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Basement Budget Ideas Basement spaces should never be overlooked and should never be left idle for that simple purpose, but instead, the space can be transformed, when remodeled, into a myriad of living space possibilities, such as a media room, an extra living room, wine cellar, wet bar, gym room, office, playroom, bachelor’s den, laundry room, and guest room. Maybe because fully renovating a basement may cost much, what with the installation of frames, flooring, drywall, electrical connections, as well as new decors; however, there are ways to avoid spending much through the following ideas. If you just leave your basement ceiling exposed, with the ceiling joists open, this will cut down on your renovation expenses, since all you need to do is paint the exposed ceiling with a bold, black color to create an illusion of depth, making the ceiling like it’s receding and becomes less noticeable, and the added advantage, aside from the cost cutting, is that the electrical wiring does not cut into the drywall. Since you are on a limited budget for remodeling your basement, therefore, the quickest and least expensive way to freshen up a room is by painting the wall; however, there are alternative options where you can limit the painting into some wall areas and other areas can be installed with a low-cost alternative wall material, such as oriented strand board, which can be structured in many design ideas on the walls. Oriented strand boards are typically used for sub-floors or as sheathing materials in construction, and using it as a wall d?cor creates a less expensive way to cover your basement concrete walls.
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If your basement has a walk-out space, allow the natural lights from outside to come in, however, a great way to provide the illusion of light to the rest of the basement, as well as making the basement look spacious, is by painting everything white, including the exposed ceilings.
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Putting up a focal point in the basement area, like adding a bar or a space for a TV flat screen or a foundation column converted into a book shelf, can help make the basement space look warm, comfortable and lively with the surrounding furnishings around the focal point, such as rugs, soft furniture, soft lights, which helps in creating a homey feel. If your basement is your laundry room area, a little effort can be done to convert a damp-looking, dark space into a bright, clean, and organized space utility area by simply painting the whole space with bright colors and installing counter-tops and shelves as spaces for folding dry clothes and keeping the detergents, softeners in-place, respectively. What you saved on leaving the basement ceilings opened and painting the walls, can be used to construct useful cabinets for storage spaces, such as dry goods, linens or out-of-season clothing.