Buck Buckley’s Total Basement Finishing uses all mold, mildew and moisture resistant materials. Have our company’s basement finishers finish or remodel your basement for the last time by doing it right the first time!
We love this looks and are doing the same! We are getting ready to do our lighting now. What size recessed lights did you use and did you use a trim on the can lights or just the can? I’m having trouble finding LED recessing lighting kit that does not have a white trim. The old bathroom had a taupe colored vanity, bold striped curtain, crystal old-fashioned cabinet hardware, and lack of matching accessories. The walls lacked decoration.
Engineered wood consists of layered plywood that looks like hardwood but is thinner, more durable and water-resistant. Advantages include the ability to expand and contract with changes in moisture and temperature. The fact that it comes pre-finished is a benefit for many homeowners. This was some great information. My question is more a starting completely from scratch type of thing. I currently own a 3000 sq ft brick home in Kentucky and would LOVE to have a basement again.
Whether it is a basement bedroom, family room, rec room, wet bar, or home theater, Your basement finishing contractors in Lansing have the expertise and skill to design and create your dreams. We even have architects or structural engineers that we work with if you would like to expand your existing home with additional basement footage or depth. Came back to look at the starfish that you acquired in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Nice to know that we both have things in our homes from that scenic town with the history of Greek sponge divers. This time giving it a beautiful vote + sharing.
Just like the EverLast panel, our paintable wall panel contains the same added benefits of SilverGlo® insulation and radiant barrier as standard features. The seamless paintable wall system will satisfy the most creative homeowner… all while keeping your basement a safe, comfortable and dry environment! wow, so helpful great ideas. nice, simple and beautifully presented post. thanks for sharing, flourish!