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Top Basement decors

Hina Arshad
3 years ago

It is more common these days for our homes to have basements. Nowadays, basements are more than just a place to park the car or put away unused items, they are planned as an area where the members of the family unwind and entertain friends. A basement can be converted to playroom, game room, media room, home bar, storage space or family room. Adding extra space also ups the overall resale value; 82fec5affea3bc8735ed928f9279ca07--narrow-basement-ideas-basement-designsit will appeal to more buyers and lead to a higher market price in a competitive market.

What room should I turn my basement or cellar into?

Every family has different needs, interests and hobbies, so start by understanding how you spend your time and then build ideas around it. If you host parties very often a home bar or wine cellar would be a good investment. If you’re looking for a kid-friendly hangout, use a massive family and media room combo basement design. You can also give the man in your family the ultimate escape with a game room and home gym. Ultimately your basement design will depend on your need, space and budget.

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Seating with built-in storage maximizes function with both storage and seating while maintaining a clean look.

      Windows, pendant lights, and white walls create bright space for craft area basement. Whether your basement is a small room or takes up an entire floor of your home, there are plenty of options when it comes to using the space effectively. Maximizing efficiency also means getting the most out of the room, which could mean creating functional storage for seldom-used decorations or adding a usable family room. These basement decorating ideas offer ways for expanding how you and your family live and use the space.7a216bea07fe3ee1_2108-w500-h400-b0-p0--


First, think about what you need from the room. Would you like to put up out-of-town visitors in a comfortable guest room, kick back with friends, or create the ultimate kids play room? Whatever your wants and needs, there are many decorating ideas to help you make it happen.

The basement, however, can often be a more challenging space to remodel because it’s often an unfinished room. Regardless of how dark and foreboding your space may be, we’ve got a handful of basement decorating ideas that will help you create a room that you will look forward to spending time in.


Once you’ve figured out your budget and how you intend to use the space, determine a floor plan that will help you execute it. If you want to create a guest room, then you probably also want to add a bathroom and will need to plan accordingly. If your space is large, you can divide it into several rooms that serve different needs, whatever they may be. If it’s small, you can still use it for multiple functions with proper planning. contemporary-basement

If your basement is on the smaller side, keep the area open by avoiding adding walls. Define different spaces or zones by using color and decor so your basement can serve multiple purposes well. For example, one half of your basement can become an adult relaxation area if anchored by a comfortable sectional, a large area rug, and lighting with dimmer switches. d23aa7b3443fb2214bebae45052bde62--basement-colors-basement-designs                                                                                    Basement windows are often smaller than elsewhere in the house because the space is either partially or totally underground. Lighting will not only make the room feel bigger, but the bright light will make up for the lack of windows. Recessed lighting saves room though you may not have the ceiling space (or budget) to accommodate it. Instead, use wall sconces, table lamps, and floor lamps. To reflect light, hang mirrors strategically in the room.

Though your basement may also have a higher purpose, it often ends up serving as a general storage area. Incorporate shelves and cabinets and make sure storage units go from the floor to the ceiling to ensure you’re getting the most out of your space. Buy furniture that does double-duty, such as ottomans with a hidden compartment or side tables with drawers. Devote one end of your basement to general storage by hiding that area with a floor-to-ceiling wall covering in the same color as the surrounding walls.