Try these Dreamy Basement Design Ideas

Trista - July 26, 2020
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Sometimes your study area doesn’t have any electronics, including a computer. Shutterstock.

Create a Study Area

Do you need a separate space from your office that houses all your books, hobbies, or just a place where you can work on specific tasks, such as writing? Maybe your children handle their homework better when they have a designated space away from distractions, but it seems there is a television in nearly every room. You might also dream about becoming a best-selling author, but you don’t have a space to write your book. 

Make your basement a study area where people can work, complete their school work, or go back to school, or do anything else. Set up a bunch of bookcases so you can house all of the books and create a mini-library. Get your minds going every day by learning something new. 

Sources:

“72 Really Cool Modern Basement Ideas.” Bryan Sebring, Sebring Design. February 2020. 

“25+ Astonishing Unfinished Basement Ideas that You Should To Apply.” SHW Home Decor. 

“20 DIY Finished Basement Ideas to Create a New Living Space in Your Home.” Tierney Mcafee, Country Living. February 2020.

“9 Finished Basement Design Ideas.” Ashley Knierim, The Spruce. May 2020. 

“30 Suprisingly Stylish Basement Remodel Ideas.” Lucia Tonelli, Elle Decor. June 2019. 

 

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