4 Cool Ways to Transform the Basement into Something Better

Is your basement a room full of cobwebs, dust, and things you don’t need anymore? Every square foot of your home is an investment so might as well make the most of it. No matter how much space your garage has, there is something you could do to make good use of it. Check out these ideas so you can get inspired!

Game or Sports Room

stained concrete basementThe family will surely have a blast playing their favorite games and mini sports in a well-designed basement. If you have enough space, a billiards table is a great centerpiece. Now, you will have a place for all your board games, your gaming consoles, and that arcade machine you just had restored. It is important to make the room sound-proof to keep cheers and howling from reaching the neighbors.

Kids Recreational Room

stained concrete When kids play, the whole house often looks like a storm has just passed through it. One great way to keep the mess isolated is by creating a dedicated room for playtime. The basement is a perfect spot to create a themed recreational space for children. You can incorporate their favorite colors and cartoon characters on the walls to make it more interesting. As for the floor, you can choose to cover it with a carpet so that bumps and bruises are kept to a minimum.

Private Gym

stained concreteExercise equipment often takes up so much space that people who own them just keep them folded in one spot, unused and neglected. When you turn the basement into a private gym, you can set-up the equipment for good so you can easily work-out when you need to. A basement gym gives you the privacy you need to focus on your routines. Set-up a full mirror on one wall so you could track your progress, Also, install a decorative concrete coating, such as epoxy flooring, on the floor to keep it protected from weight, impact, and high traffic.

Jamming Area

stained concreteDo you love music? Are you in a band? Then the basement is the perfect place to create a music room or jamming area. All you have to do is soundproof the walls and set up the sound system for private gigs or rehearsals.

There is so much you can do with an empty basement. Just make sure that it is structurally sound and safe enough for whichever purpose you wish to use it for.

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