The basement is no longer space for storage. Instead, many home owners want to take advantage of this valuable space below the ground, and transform it into a hobby, office, home bar or spa. However, in the old buildings, basements generally are mostly wet, plaster peeling, the walls are wet, have a musty odor and mold is not rare. In order to create here living or working space, you must consult with professionals. To remodel the basement was successful, home owners should first think about the future use.
Renovated basement can add significant value to your home if you decide to turn it into a home office, bedroom, family room, or even a basement apartment. Although there are basement apartments that have partial windows, many have no access to natural light. With a little effort and a careful decoration, dark basement can become quite comfortable living space. The first task in decorating this area, for most people will be to highlight it well. For that reason, you need a number of different light sources, and in addition to ceiling lamps, you can set table and floor lamps, with multiple bulbs. The general rule is that the warm colors will make the room comfortable and pleasant. See some inspirational examples and maybe you will find idea ho
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