Hi all, I am doing some major renovations to my home and have decided to build a dedicated music room. As I have kids I am thinking a space to keep my instruments safe may be in my best interest. I am a home player and enjoy playing along to my albums and noodling and making the odd riff up. I have a small amp for head phones and and Peavey delta Blues 30 amp for when I want to get loud. All is well with my equipment and I don’t think I really need to add or subtract anything to have a functional fun space to jam in. My main question is regarding humidity. As this room will be in the basement, and will likely fluctuate more than the rest of the house, what precautions and measures should I have in place to ensure I am providing the protection I need to my instruments? I will be installing a new natural gas furnace at the same time, which should help regulate the temperature, but we also use a wood stove that provides a dry heat (lowering humidity). I am thinking a good place to start is with a digital hygrometer to monitor levels and see if I need to go up or down (likely up), but would like to hear your opinions. Currently I store all my high end guitars in their OHSC, but with a dedicated room it might be a nice opportunity to wall mount them. If anyone has photos to share of their own music room, I would love some inspiration.