So -- you have to start somewhere. Where are you going to put your studio in your home ?
I chose the 5 ft. x 7 ft. area in a corner of my living room where my old console piano and a small cabinet had been located previously. The space needed to accommodate my new digital piano and piano bench, a work table to hold my sound gear and computer, and a rolling office chair. I planned on using the direct AUX L+R Outputs from the digital piano, so I didn't need to worry about mic'ing (placing microphones) around the piano. There is, however, ample space in the living room next to that 5 ft. x 7 ft. area rug in the photo, should I need to mic a vocalist or acoustic guitar. Additionally, the acoustics in the living room are good - a bright spacious ambient with very little reverberation. The space would not require any sound treatments for recording with microphones. It is also a very quiet and noise-free space -- at least most of the time.
Since this is the living room in my family's home, there was a desire that the studio equipment be aesthetically pleasing. Fortunately, the Yamaha CLP-685 piano has an elegant, modern look in matte black finish. Accordingly, a simple modern black brushed-metal work table and black mesh-back chair were needed to complement the piano as part of our living room decor. Here's the "look" we achieved - not bad !