Finishing your previously unused basement gives you additional space in your home and so much more. It offers you a rare opportunity to exploit your creative side through the design process. And ultimately, you will transform a dark, uninviting space into a room that adds value and comfort to your home, making it an integral part of your family’s daily life.
Consider installing pullout laundry hampers under the counter. Designate one hamper for colors, one for whites and one for delicates. Include a wall-mounted drying rack for hanging up delicates during inclement weather. Multi-activity space such as this are a terrific way to make the most out of a basement. Parents can watch kids at play while working out in the home gym.
We’ve created several design tools and estimators to make it easy for you to visualize a new Armstrong ceiling in your basement and get an estimate for the amount of ceiling tiles, planks, or panels you’ll need. From start to finish, our goal is to meet and exceed your expectations without cutting corners. This means your project will be delivered on time and within your budget. Hope you have enjoyed this article and find it useful. This article does not suggest in anyway that if you do everything in this article your house will sell, it is for informational purposes only.
I cannot tell you enough how thrilled we are with our family room. Everyone we dealt with was EXCEPTIONAL and the work is beautiful. Homeowners likely to see the best return on their investment are those who make the newly finished basement attractive and functional, rather than highly personalized. Hello Lisa – Aaaaahhh…. the luxurious 11,000 sq. foot finished basement. I’d have a bowling ally, trampoline and one of those velcro walls where you where that suit and then bounce yourself to the wall… awesome! We also made a pot and pan holder out of a window when we first moved in here and had no place for our pans.
Thanks jstnadvntr, I also have another hub that gives more tips to decorate, organize, and declutter your home the Redneck way. If you are needing additional ideas to be obnoxious and to annoy your neighbor, let me know. My sis Pie has some interesting tips she uses. Thanks again! Outdoor pipes, of course, are much more susceptible to freezing than are indoor pipes. Don’t forget the outdoor faucets, either. To protect your outdoor faucets, use a Styrofoam faucet cover or hood especially made for this purpose. Leaving the water dripping will also help.