By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 20:23:14 PM.
Adding lamps and overhead lighting will help keep your loved one(s) from bumping into coffee tables and other objects in the darkly lit rooms. Make sure that the power to the various forms of lighting are easy to access. Having a lighting switch close to each room’s entry is essential.
How do you want the room to function? If you’re a regular reader of Freshome, you know we say this all the time, but it bears repeating: function comes first in interior design. Always. The reason is because – no matter how much your rooms look like they belong in the pages of a magazine – if they don’t work the way you need them to, you won’t be happy.
You know the one. If your basement looks anything like this, you are missing out on valuable real estate within your home. Transform your basement into a new rec room that your whole family can enjoy.
If you do have a wall that opens up to the outdoors, new large windows can really let in natural light, making the space look and feel much larger. Remember, your color choices should mesh with and complement your furniture and decor. With each piece playing off the rest, your new rec room will provide endless hours of entertainment, while creating value out of an area that was once wasted space. So take advantage of that extra square footage and transform your basement to a room your family will love.
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