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  • Peggy Harstad

    Unfinished basement laundry area spruced up and made into a bright and clean-looking room.

  • Melissa Schulte

    I like the curtain idea for kids space in an unfinished basement. Basement Laundry Room Makeover SMART & SWEET IDEAS Curtain Call: Cover up basement walls (and suggest the feeling of an above-ground room) with wall curtains stitched from outdoor fabric, in this case a dotted swiss Kravet fabric. Made of acrylic, it’s mildew- and wrinkle-resistant. A skirt sewn from ticking-stripe outdoor fabric (and suspended by wire and eye hooks) lends a farmhouse touch.

  • RC Willey

    Basement Laundry Makeover Dreamy laundry room with sensational tips!:) #LaundryRoom #Appliances #HomeDecor


    Wonderful Basement Laundry Room Ideas - Basement, Ideas, Laundry, room, Wonderful

  • Sara Holleboom
    Sara Holleboom • 2 years ago

    We did this in our workout room and love the way it looks! We are planning to do it in the rest of the basement, too.

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Clever idea with the ladder for drying or in entry for coats if big enough entry...

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Nice nook. Un rinconcito sirve como espacio de lectura para los pequeños.