Unfinished basements are fine for storage, but you can extend your living space with a basement remodel. Find ideas, inspiration and tips for turning your basement into a stylish, functional extension of your home.
Your unused basement may be the perfect place to add a home office, guest bedroom or home theater. See how it's done.11 Multifunctional Spaces
Designer Bryan Sebring transformed a basement into an amazing retreat complete with wine-tasting area, workout space and theater room.
Michelle Workman re-invented her Lafayette, Calif., home's game room as a chic design studio with a budget of $4,000 and a timeline of three weeks.
Say goodbye to a damp basement and hello to a dry and protected space with these simple tips for sealing basement walls and floors.
Make your finished basement warm and inviting by installing floor insulation.
When a window becomes a hinderance to a basement rather than a welcome source of light, it may be time to consider its replacement.
Add a bar to your finished basement with these design ideas.
A finished basement not only adds extra square footage to enjoy, it boosts the resale value.
An interior or exterior French drain might be the extra step your basement requires in order to prevent water damage. The solution may be a simple, do-it-yourself project or entail the opinion of an experienced contractor.
A concrete basement floor doesn't have to be boring. Add simple basement floor paint and achieve a fresh look with an extra layer of durability.
Carpet can be a difficult flooring choice for basements given its natural ability to absorb water. But with the right guidance it is possible to have a comfy basement floor.
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