An option instead of drywall or drop ceiling--- paint it all with an Airless Sprayer in white to make it uniform but blend in and bright.

An option instead of drywall or drop ceiling--- paint basement laundry room with an Airless Sprayer in white to make it uniform but blend in and bright.

How to finish the basement by adding dry wall over cement blocks/walls.

How to Finish a Basement Wall

How to Finish a Foundation Wall - We show two good ways to insulate and finish a basement or concrete wall. A wall saves space and a wall is easier to assemble and insulate. Both will create that snug extra room you need. By the DIY experts of T

Basement Stair - removing part of the wall and replacing it with spindles and handrail makes the basement feel more like a lower level than a basement.

Just an idea of how to use a supporting wall and still open a stairwell section. Basement Stair - removing part of the wall and replacing it with spindles and handrail makes the basement feel more like a lower level than a basement.

Basement Stair - removing part of the wall and replacing it with spindles and handrail makes the basement feel more like a lower level than a basement.

Just an idea of how to use a supporting wall and still open a stairwell section. Basement Stair - removing part of the wall and replacing it with spindles and handrail makes the basement feel more like a lower level than a basement.

BASIC IDEA OF OVERALL LOOK: basement need lots of lighting, and lighter color choices brighten the rooms

Want to open up the wall on the bottom of the basement stairs like this! BASIC IDEA OF OVERALL LOOK: basement need lots of lighting, and lighter color choices brighten the rooms

Utilize the space under the stairs. | 49 Clever Storage Solutions For Living With Kids

i would love this book nook under the stairs in the basement.Cozy nook under the stairs - love this! Or maybe create something similar in the family room?

Convert your dryer vent air into heat for your home. Great way to keep the basement warm during laundry time.

Recycle your dryer heat to help heat your home - A Thrifty Mom - Recipes, Crafts, DIY and


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