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5 Inspired Dance Studio Design Ideas

Dance Studio Design Ideas

If you have a defined vision of how you want your dance studio to look, that will make the task of decorating a lot easier. However, many new studio owners may have a lot of competing ideas or no clear path when it comes to interior design. One of the best ways to get inspiration for your dance studio’s design is to browse sites like Pinterest to see what other schools are doing. There are many creative individuals who are happy to share their ideas for others to use. Here are five inspired dance studio design concepts that you may want to incorporate into your new or existing dance studio.

1. Gallery Walls

One of the hottest interior dance studio design trends right now is the collage or gallery wall. This unique decor style can be used in just about any space, from a bedroom to a foyer or even a dance studio! If you have a blank wall in your studio space that you’re not sure how to decorate, a gallery wall will really showcase your personality while adding interest and dimension to the room.

What can you display in the collage? Anything you want! Some framed inspirational quotes may be a good place to start. If you have any ribbons or plaques from dance competitions, throw those into the mix as well. You can also include less conventional items like clocks, wooden initials or chalkboards.

2. Glittery Glamor

If your studio caters mostly to females, you may want to give the rooms a magical feel. What better way to do that than with everyone’s favorite crafting supply?

When you paint the walls of your studio, mix a packet of paint crystals into each gallon. You can pick up this inexpensive product at most home improvement stores, and they usually come in your choice of silver and gold. Then you just paint as usual, but your walls will be instantly glam with their sparkly sheen.

3. Strikingly Mod

A glittery pink wall may be good for your preschool ballerinas, but it’s not the best way to make your studio appealing to male dancers. If you’re trying to attract more boys to your school, make sure the design is “unisex,” so to speak. You can achieve an aesthetic that’s appealing to both boys and girls with a modern-inspired look.

Choose a few bold and vibrant colors, such as electric blue and lemon yellow, to paint the walls with. Make your signage, chairs and tables simple and in a plain color like black or white. The stark contrast will look elegant and sophisticated without being overly feminine.

4. Eclectic Decor

When you are torn between a few great dance studio design ideas, you don’t necessarily have to just pick one. Eclectic decor is especially popular with homeowners, but you can incorporate the premise into your studio. Gather up your favorite decorations and see which unlikely pairings look good together. Sometimes mixing a few sleek modern pieces with more rustic, unfinished elements creates a perfect balance that wouldn’t be possible if you just stuck to one theme.

5. Trophy Displays

If you’ve been teaching dance for a number of years, you’ll likely amassed an impressive collection of trophies. You could simply line them up on shelves for students to see, or you can get creative and think outside the box with your displays.

One fun option – if you have a little bit of money for a renovation – is to install recessed cavities where trophies can be arranged. This will keep them from taking up too much space and create a professional look for your studio. You could also install a narrow shelf around the top of your walls for prominent, yet out-of-the-way storage.

Trey is the Chief Operations Officer of TicketBiscuit, the parent company of TutuTix