Behind the Scenes: Guest Suite Converted to Golf Simulator

A “behind the scenes” look at the golf simulator Laura Casey Interiors has recently completed.

Our clients wanted to have a space at home for a golf simulator but did not have space on the interior.
However we suggested using part of their covered patio and enclosing the area connected to their guest suite and they were open to it.

BEFORE PHOTObefore space golf simulator


With the use of construction drawings, they were able to understand overall distances and how the room conversion would work.


CAD drawing golf simulator

After the construction was completed, we worked with the About Golf team to select the ideal simulator.




3D rendering

We needed to consider adding soft spaces to the sides.

Therefore, carpet was installed prior to the simulator being set up along the walls and the ceiling of the room, .

Gold Simulator

Ergonomically, we had to consider the back swing, and had to make sure the user had ample room to play.

Elevation Drawing


Progress photo

In order to achieve this, we bumped out the guest suite wall.


golf simulator construction


Golf Simulator- Laura Casey Interiors

Golf Simulator

As a result, the final product is something that their family of six and friends can enjoy, and

I love that my client was open to transforming a typically unoccupied space into something they would actually use.

 In conclusion, good design is not just beautiful, its functional too.



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