At-Home Fitness Equipment That Can (Almost) Pass as Decor

New year, new fitness goals? One of the easiest ways to accomplish your healthy resolutions is to invest in a few at-home items that can help you crush your goals in between (or during) binge-watching episodes of The Mandalorian. But if you're in the market for some at-home fitness equipment that isn't a total eyesore — and somehow fits into your whole midcentury-meets-boho living room vibes — look no further.

Whether you're revamping your space with gym-ready treadmills and bikes or want a few small items that can be tucked away, here are 11 incredibly stylish items to help you crush both your fitness and decor goals.

echelon reflect mirror
credit: Echelon Fit

If you're in the market for a new floor mirror and fitness regimen, look no further. This sleek mirror actually holds dozens of fitness classes, personal trainers, and motivational tracking capabilities to help you reach your fitness goals — and, when turned off, looks great as an entryway mirror.

tangram factory smart rope
credit: Amazon

Jump roping is one of the best full-body workouts out there, but we love it for another reason — it can be wrapped up and slipped in a secret compartment. Luckily, this sleek matte red one still looks cool if it's left out.

equipt stay golden ubarre
credit: Equipt

Bet you thought that was just some kind of avant-garde decoration, didn't you? When not attracting compliments, this on-the-go tool can be used to do pilates and barre exercises anywhere in the house.

backslash fit smart yoga mat
credit: Amazon

Technically, any and all yoga mats can be rolled up and discreetly tucked away. But, what if we said this one would roll up automatically without you needing to lift a finger at all?

vivora luno sitting ball chair
credit: Amazon

This neat little exercise ball can be used to help with posture, stretching, or core exercises. But the best part is that it's covered with a (washable) faux leather that makes it look like a regular old Moroccan floor pouf to the untrained eye.

lululemon double foam roller
credit: Lululemon

If you're hoping to work on your flexibility and stretching in 2020, this double foam roller is your ticket. Use the outer roller on the arms and legs and the interior grooved roller on your back to relieve tension. Then, leave it wherever you please and just wait for the compliments to roll in.

mobot big bertha foam roller
credit: Goop

Or if you'd rather be able to hide it completely, this foam roller doubles as a water bottle so you can stay hydrated and stretched out at the same time.

treadly ultra-thin compact treadmill
credit: The Grommet

An at-home treadmill is perfect for getting those extra steps in or getting back into a fitness routine. But this one's even better because it folds down to almost flat so you can slip it underneath a bed or sofa.

equipt ubalance barre
credit: Equipt

Now we're getting into the splurge department. If you're serious about barre class — $2,000 worth of seriousness — this sleek gold barre is perfect for perfecting your ballerina squats and pliés.

ciclotte exercise bike
credit: Duplex Design

It doesn't get much chicer than this. Believe it or not, this high-design item is actually an exercise bike — so you can stay fit while keeping your place stylish.

Last, but certainly not least, is this stunning coffee table made out of hand weights. Relatively impractical? Sure. Stunningly cool? Absolutely.


Katie Maguire

Katie Maguire

Katie is the Commerce Editor at Hunker. She has previously been on staff at Shape Magazine, Well+Good, and PureWow, and has spent her life perfecting the art of online shopping.