Friday, January 7, 2011

Our Basement is "Finished"

Wooo-hoooo!  We have been hard at work finishing our 1000 sq foot+ basement by ourselves.  Last December we officially kicked it off by my husband putting in four new egress windows.  Then around March we pulled the permits and officially started work.  There were cracks to seal, lots of heating ducts to move and install, cement to crack and install the bath rough-ins.  Then it was on to framing, electrical conduit to install, wrap and insulation.  Even though my husband only had evenings and Saturdays to work (and usually one week long business trip a month,) he got it ready for drywall by this past September.  After that lovely, dusty mess, we all got in the action with all the finish work of moulding, priming and painting, sealing and such.  My husband installed the carpet mid-December and it was time to move in!  Our two girls moved in downstairs in time for Christmas and the whole family is loving the new rec room.

Want to see it in it's "finished state"?  Okay, I'll show you if you just keep in mind that I have a lot of decorating yet to do. Sure wish I had a better camera to capture the colors better.  Oh well.

As you open the door to the basement this is what you see:

(No, the "no food" sign the kids made is not staying!  It was just up for our annual New Year's Eve Family Party.  We had over 100 people and needed to keep the food to one level.)

The landing half-way down:



The vintage roller coaster poster I mod-podged onto a cheap canvas and the old wood tickets sign I made earlier (details here.)

Are you asking about that Ladder about now?  That ladder leads to my husband's pet project and favorite part of the basement finishing.  It leads to a tube slide down!  Cool, huh?
That's an old bunkbed ladder that some dear friends gave us.  It sits in holes to hold it steady, but leaves it so we can remove it when moving furniture down or slide it up into the hole if we don't want small kids to use it.  We have two sets of stairs going upstairs and this set had this wonderful empty space.  We really had to search the internet for a tube slide that would fit between some tricky beams and poles.  My determined engineer husband twisted the top section and added an extension piece and made what I call "the death drop slide." It's very steep at the start, making it fast (perfect for our kids!) It does a zig-zag and comes out gently downstairs (you'll see in a minute.)


Needless to say, there was a line at the slide the whole night of our party!  And, yes, the adults can slide too and they do too!!

As you turn the corner of this landing, you can see down the next set of stairs to the actual basement.


Straight ahead it the bathroom, to the left are the two bedrooms and to your right the main room.


We decided on a board and batten style treatment to the hallways and the main room.  I felt the basement needed some architectural umpf to make it feel nice and the white visually keeps the space from being the typical dark dungeon.  We chose 4" baseboard trim and a nice, curvy chair rail.  I chose a less-traditional slat by picking something not as boxy.

If you turn to your right, this is what you see:

Here is MY favorite part of the basement, the bookshelves!  I have always wanted a library for our whole family's books.  We had a pipe that had to be soffited along this wall, so it made a perfect place for built-ins.  I pulled out a bunch of pictures of what I thought would work and my husband built it!

We found some lovely, wide crown moulding and some fluted trim at Habitat REstore (if you have a Habitat for Humanity REstore near you, you ought to check it out!  The prices are amazing!)  Since this was going to be a long wall of shelves, we divided it up into thirds and bumped out the center section to add visual interest.


Here you can see the almost-complete exit for the slide.  We still have a bit of mudding to the trim area and touch up to complete that.  We slanted the wall leading into the main room to make a nice, wide entrance to the room.  The door lends access to the slide and should someone want to remove the slide, it would be easily done and leave a nice storage closet behind.

You must notice the biggest drawback to the slide- the piles of socks! After a few rides down, the kids end up shedding their socks so they can climb up the slide, leaving me with a constant pile of socks down there! Oh well.




We threw down some furniture we had and I've since found the perfect smaller-sized sectional. I plan on slipcovering it and those red chairs with dropcloth.
I found the cabinet sitting by someone's trash on garbage day and brought her home.  I fixed her up, added some cute paper to the inside and it made the perfect media stand.  The DVD player and Wii fit beautifully inside and I don't have to look at it!  We chose this wall to place the TV on because I didn't want the TV to be the focal point of the room as you walk in.  We did add extra wiring in the bookshelf wall in case someone should ever want to mount the TV over there.


The kids also love the swing from Ikea.  We reinforced some boards between beams and marked the spot before we drywalled the ceiling.  The air hockey table was a $60 score at a garage sale a few years ago and the $10 foosball wasn't out of reach either!

I pulled together a collection of posters, maps and prints from a few places we've traveled to. My handy-dandy mat cutter made it easy to use some old frames from Goodwill and a few standard, cheap frames to frame the artwork.



I found this huge clock for a measley $5 at a garage sale and the old door pediment was also in someone's trash (yup, no self-respect!)


Here's a close-up of the moulding treatment we chose.


This is looking into our storage room just past the swing (which is nice because if a long-legged kid is swinging, we open the door to the storage room and the door doesn't get kicked to bits.)  We still kept a good sized store room for all our "stuff" and space to work on projects. We're still working on making it neater and adding another shelf.


Alright, this is heading back towards the stairs and the rooms.


This is heading into the bathroom:



The bath vanity we found at "Cabinets to Go", a wonderful resource.  They are known for their assemble-yourself kitchen cabinets.  They cost TONS less and are actually made quite well (we helped a family member redo their whole kitchen with these cabinets and we very impressed. The drawers even had dove-tail joints.)  They have a great selection of bath vanities of all sizes and these not only come assembled, but they include the marble top in the price.  This one had been returned for some slight marring to the paint so they gave it to us for almost half price!  Honestly, you can barely notice it that I haven't even touched it up yet!

We chose to lay the typical square 12" tiles off-set from each other instead of square to add more interest.  We really like how it turned out.



The walls in here are painted more of a greenish-blue, a sort of sea-glass color.  I found the mirrors on clearance at Lowe's for only $9 each!


An old bookshelf we had fits this little space perfectly and works well as a linen shelf.  The doorway leads into the shower and toilet.


The shower was tiled in a fairly neutral color, so we added a little interest by adding a stripe of smaller, contrasting tiles.
Across from the shower  we squeezed in the toilet (maybe you don't need to see it, but here it is anyway.)

Now, we'll head into the first of the bedrooms.  My oldest wanted an asian feel to the room. This was her inspiration picture that we were going for:

And here's ours so far.  We need some more accessories and such, but it's off to a good start:


I made the upholstered headboard with nailhead trim (I'll try to do a tutorial on it later) and made the bedspread.  We already had the artwork by VanGogh and just repainted a second-hand frame.




I found a very long $2 frame at a garage sale, cut a piece of thin plywood for the backing.  After painting it, I screwed on a kitchen drawer pull and hung a Japanese Obi we had from our stay in Tokyo.  It makes a fun art piece, yet does something much more practical; it hides the ugly electrical box that had to stay situated in the bedroom.  It's on hooks for quick removal should we need access to the circuits.


Some wonderfully talented friends came over and painted these branches for us in a nice metallic paint.

On either side of the closet we placed some old Chinese screen panels:

 We're on the lookout for a fun desk for her room, but it's coming along.

Next door is our other daughter's room.  She's been warned that she's the first to get kicked out when guests visit since we put a queen size bed in.

The headboard was found at a garage sale for $20, repainted the famous "Heirloom White" (we left off the footbard so it wouldn't close in the room as much.)  It's positioned in a bow in the foundation since this room sits right under the den in the front of the house, which has a bow window.

We already had these mini chandeliers from the girls' old rooms.  They have very dim bulbs so they can be used as reading lights.  They're connected together and put on a button switch attached low on the bed frame for easy on and off.  This very old, delightfully rough frame was found for a $1 and the bird print in the center was found at Goodwill.

On either side of the bed are these great old window frames I found on Craigslist.  We painted them gray and distressed them a bit.  We're patiently waiting for some free mirror on craigslist or Habitat REStore to turn them into mirrors.  It'll help reflect more light into the room.


To the right of the bed is a sleeping beauty print we had in their old room.  The frame is a fun antique find for $5.

We're moving in a slant-front desk and need to make some curtains, as well as look out for a few other accessories.

  All the doors still need their topcoat of white and a few touch-ups here and there, but it's pretty much done.  We chose really plush carpet and a thick pad to make it fun to relax on (we've already had two sleepovers down there!)  It'll be fun to accessorize, arrange the shelves more pleasingly and get to those slipcovers.  It was a big project but taught our whole family the power of doing things yourself and the satisfaction that comes with it.

Paint Colors used:
Main Blue: Behr River Rock
Bathroom: Behr Nurture
Shabby Chic room: Behr Cottage White
Asian Bedroom: Valspar Dolphin Cove
Trim/ceiling/moulding: Behr Decorator White


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98 comments:

  1. The slide is such a cool thing for kids! I bet your kids' friends all want to come over to your house!:)

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  2. OH M GEEEE

    Amazing and beautiful and oh I love love everything. My kids would be sooo jealous of that space.

    Especially love the bookcases and the PEDIMENT forsure!!

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  3. That basement is amazing! I especially like the slide and the swing. I'm keeping the swing thing in mind if I ever build my dream house that has a real basement.

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  4. I'm still here and sent the link to my husband. He doesn't care a thing about decorating but I thought maybe this room would spark some interest! Ha!

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  5. What a great basement. We are working on plan for ours so I loved all your ideas. That slide is very fun and creative. Pretty colors too.
    Amy
    www.11magnolialane.com

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  6. Wow!! You have done a wonderful job and the slide is super cool.

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  7. Your basement is amazing! I love it and seem to not be the first one who's sending the link to my husband! I'm also going to save some pictures as inspiration for when we get around to finishing our basement. I will give you credit! Wonderful job--you and your husband make a great team!

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  8. oh my heck Erin!!! You guys did an amazing job and I can't wait till we can see it :)

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  9. wonderfully done. looks amazing!

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  10. Brilliant! Your basement is so well thought out and finished.

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  11. OH MY!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEE it!! You are AMAZING!! I love the slide...can an adult ride on it??? :) I love the color choices, the bathroom, the furniture, all of it!

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  12. Wow, it doesn't even look like a basement! It's so nice and bright and that slide looks like so much fun!

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  13. You have a beautiful home! I'm so impressed with all of your great deals. Nice job!

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  14. Beautiful...simply beautiful!!

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  15. WOW what a talented family! So cool that you all can do all this work yourselves! I have the same blue/green shabby chic bedspread as you. Found it at TJ Maxx.
    Can't wait for the tutorial on the headboard, I absolutely love nailhead trim and need to make a headboard but have always been so daunted.
    GREAT JOB, it's gorgeous!

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  16. Erin, your basement turned out fantastic! I love the wall color and the board and batten. The built in bookshelves are amazing! I'm so glad I came across your blog. I'm a new follower

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  17. That is an AH-mazing basement. I might envy it quite a lot. I LOVE the slide!!!

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  18. Your basement is stunning! We haven't done much to ours yet - it seems like a bit of a dumping ground for stuff we don't want upstairs. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. I'm speechless! That is one of most awesome basements I've ever seen. The slide is great! Basements aren't very common around here in Texas so I'm a bit jealous to be honest :)

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  20. It is gorgeous! Absolutely gorgeous! I have a friend who has a slide down to her basement and it is such a fun idea! I love how yours if framed out with molding.

    Now I just need to dig myself a basement!!

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  21. It's fabulous!

    Love the light bright feeling and the wall of shelves too! :)

    stopping by from Show and Tell

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  22. AMAZING. I now have basement envy ;) Ours is primarily a man cave with a few feminine touches! Love everything about yours & I can just imagine the hard work that went into this. You guys did GREAT & sure did work your booties off!

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  23. Wow! What a wonderful, inviting space for your whole family. You did a fantastic job!! New follower here. :)

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  24. AMAZING!! I love your basement! My favorite is the built in bookshelf. Great job!

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  25. so great! Our basement isn't finished and I have a horrible time even trying to envision walls and rooms. Also I think your basement must be HUGE! is it a ranch basement? Anyway - absolutely gorgeous! Good job!

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  26. So awesome. What an accomplishment!

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  27. WOW!!!!! Bright, gorgeous, productive, fun, you've captured everything to everyone's hearts content. Those bookshelves sure had me swooning!

    I've featured you in SNS #64's sidebar this weekend. :)

    Donna
    http://funkyjunkinteriors.blogspot.com/

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  28. Wow! Thanks everyone for all your kind projects. I has truly been a rewarding job for the whole family. We all learned a lot in the process and are really enjoying spending time down there. It is really fun to have more space for this crew.

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  29. Good for you and your family, what an amazing job! I am your newest follower and glad I found you. We are tackling a basement reno soon. This has given me lots to think about! xoxo

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  30. Oh my word! I love it!! We just bought a new home and I want to do a wall of bookshelves! Now I have a pic to show the hubby:-)

    Also I LOVE the branches in the bedroom and planned on doing something similar....

    I can't paint a stick but come see how I cheat and can paint ANYTHING!! I painted an Old World Map in my entry way:-)

    http://girlinair.blogspot.com/2010/12/i-painted-world.html

    Im following your wonderful blog

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  31. Amazing! I love the slide and the swing! I also really like your bookshelves. You picked the perfect colors/trim for a basement. It looks as light as a main level room. Thanks for sharing your sources and completed project!

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  32. The tube slide makes me so happy. Your kids are SO lucky!

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  33. Wow, is right! You've done an amazing job! Resourceful, thrifty, imaginative, clever, whimsical, practical.....I'm very impressed!

    Plus, I love Behr paint, Susanne.

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  34. Really lovely. I wish you and your family many fun times there.

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  35. Oh I HAVE to share! I just forwarded your slide photos to my sweetie with the email title of "Total Awesomeness"

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  36. I cannot wait to see it in person!!! This is unbelievable!!!

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  37. The slide is SO cool! I love your built-in shelves. The whole thing looks absolutely gorgeous!

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  38. Holy moly!!! You guys did all of this? Are you serious? That is amazing. It all looks beautiful and what a wonderful way to get more gorgeous square footage. I can't show it to Indy or he'll never give up until he has a slide in the house. :) Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Absolutely beautiful! I love the bookshelves. That would be my favorite part, too :) The swing and slide is perfect for keeping the kids happy! I adore it all!

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  40. Wow! This is AWESOME! Great job! And the slide and swing are so fun. :)

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  41. This is so beautifully done! The resources are wonderful, the swing and slide, how cool to grow up and remember the fun you had as kids and what COOL parents they have!
    I love the breakup on the bookshelves, not a boring straight line.
    Both you and hubby should give each other a huge pat on the back for a great job well done!

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  42. Your basement is fabulous... I'd never leave it! Your decorating is beautiful and I can't believe how BIG your basement space is! Great job!

    Susan www.myhomeroad.blogspot.com

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  43. Great job on the basement. It reminds me of ours (yours is much bigger!) we have a swing and a ladder swing in ours but NOT a cool slide! How fun! Good job!

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  44. The slide is the coolest thing ever. Great job. Love the Board & Batten, it looks great.

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  45. This is incredible beautiful. Just the inspiration I needed. Well done!!!

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  46. I simply LOVE the colours you chose. So soothing. We are in the process of finishing our basement, so thanks for the inspiration!

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  47. I showed my husband this, and now HE wants a slide! Hahaha! Such a fun and cool idea. And you made it look so fabulous with the gorgeous molding. I'm your newest follower!

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  48. This completely blows me away. Amazing!

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  49. Oh my, I love love LOVE your basement! Such a great job!

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  50. Youa are the coolest parents ever. If we ever get a basement I'll be exploring the options to see if we can build a slide. Amazing!! P.S. I'm telling all my friends about your slide over at my blog and linking back to ya. :)

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  51. WOW - I am bookmarking this as we are starting our own basement project in about a year! you are amazing!

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  52. WOW! I just found your blog via OhDeeDoh, what a fantastic basement. The slide is great, and I love it all: the bookshelves, the paint, the airy feeling - job well done! I just subscribed so I can keep up with your crafts too!

    Regina
    www.chalkinmypocket.com

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  53. oh my goodness! I'm in my 20's & that slide is bliss! haha I want one for myself!! xoxo

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  54. ERIN!!!!!!! I L-O-V-E IT! I seriously miss you and all your talent. Am so wishing I could see it in person. Can we please live close again in another phase of life? I didn't even learn to reupholster from you :(
    ps... i saw you were featured on tatertots & jello! Way to go crafty mama!

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  55. that looks like a great family place,what fun for your kids. it's always better to have them at your house and know what their up to! it's beautiful!

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  56. Your lower level (definitely not like any basement I have ever seen) is absolutely incredible. The slide and the swing are fabulous and so unique. I love, love, love the bookshelves too. Wow!

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  57. We are in the process of designing our next home and this has given me an image of the ideas in my head. This is so amazing! I, too, am sending this link to my Dear Heart so he can get to work on those plans!! thanks for sharing, and what an amazing job you did!

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  58. Popping in from TT&J ...

    Amazing! And that slide ... Wil-ey Coyote. Super Genius.

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  59. Wow. That slide is the coolest thing ever. Our house really needs a slide. We don't have a basement though which could be problematic. The remodel is fantastic. Lovin' those bookshelves!

    P.S. Visiting from TT& J...

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  60. Hi, Erin...popping by again to let you know I featured this post today on my Weekend Bloggy Reading. It was a fantastic post! :)

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  61. Wow! The slide is amazing. I am dying to steal that idea, but I can't figure out how to make it work in my tri-level house. The room is gorgeous as well.

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  62. Just awesome! What can I add that hasn't already been said. Love it, love it. Just found your blog through a friend so of course, now I'm your newest follower and would be delighted to have you follow me back.
    Tammmy @ www.beatricebanks.blogspot.com

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  63. Fantastic - each photo a new inspiration!!!

    Tine

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  64. Hi Erin, just found you over at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia..(love her).. I'm enjoying your blog and just became a follower. I plan on visiting often. Love your basement..such style...I recently started a blog of my own and would so appreciate it if you'd take a peek..trying to spread the word...
    thanks, Mariaelena
    www.cottagelivingfrombeachtoburbs.blogspot.com

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  65. Congratulations on the amazing job done here! Great place for the family to hang around and keep the children out of the way on bad weather days. I so wish we had garbage days down here in Argentina. Loooove the bookcase and I'm pretty sure my nephews would start looking around my appartment to see where I could fit a slide in were I to show them these pictures. I'll be back with more time to browse the rest of your blog. http://dondehogar.blogspot.com/

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  66. Hello,

    I jumped over from My Uncommon Slice of Surburbia. The basement is so beautiful and wonderful for children. A true inspiration. Love the slide and the swing. How great is that?
    Thank you for sharing. I am a new follower.
    Claudia

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  67. I love the way you did the ceilings - how tall are they in the lower spots? We're challenged with a relatively low ceiling but hope to add interest/height by varying it a bit.

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  68. Love, love, love your basement remodel! The slide is just too cool. My husband wants to put a slide from our deck to our courtyard. I linked to this post from my facebook page!
    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=193417554022023&id=112478808817274#!/

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  69. I love the color of your main room in the basement-thinking of doing this color in ours. Can you give me the color name/ brand? The blue is beautiful!

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  72. What are the dimensions of the space that your slide is in and where did you find your slide? We are building a basement and have a space for a slide and have been told it won't work and it's too expensive. So we were excited when we saw your blog:)

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  73. Wow!! Your basement is a dream! I LOVE the wall of bookshelves and the board and batten that really makes the space feel like a real part of the house (not a dungeon as you say!) What a lovely space to use with your family - your kids must be thrilled!!

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  74. what is that nook in the stairs really called? we have similar but huge nook in stairs and I just don't know how to use it or decorate it?

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  75. Beautiful basement! Just wondering how your husband did the board and batten style wall treatment for the basement? We were originally thinking of doing some bead boarding, but then I saw your basement and really liked what you guys did. Could you please tell me all the supplies you need for this wall treatment? Thank you SO much!

    M

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  76. Love it!! We are looking into putting a slide into a bedroom we have downstairs. Right now the only way to enter that room is by walking outside around the deck. I'd love to know what slide ended up working for y'all. The ones I see all have an entrance that has to go on a playset. Any help would be awesome! Thanks. :-)

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  77. Thank you for sharing this post. I like your basement design. Now its a great place for friends and relative to come and enjoy their weekend.

    Virginia general contractors

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  78. I pinned so much from your home! I love what you've done and thank you so much for sharing. If you haven't been told already you can spray paint glass with a mirror spray paint. I've used it several times. It is great if you are looking for reflection and more light because it gives it an antique mirror kind of finish.

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  79. This looks really good. It looks like you put a lot of work into this basement finishing. I would love to finish my basement this year. Hopefully I'll be able to do it in the summer. I think that is when I'll have more time to work on it.

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  80. This is a great article and your basement looks great. There are so many unique styles you can use and they always look good. My wife and I just had one built that leads down to our basement. It really went with the floor plan and saved us a lot of space. We researched Spiral Stair on the web to find the best options and designs.

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  81. This is some awesome looking basement finishing right here. Who did you get to do it for you?

    http://www.ahrontime.com/remodeling/

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  82. The slide is my favorite part, my kids would love that. It's been a while since we moved in and haven't even touched the basement but I'm really excited to get going on it!
    http://www.ahrontime.com/remodeling/

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  83. Great basement finishing work...!!!

    Really a nice post and great basement finishing work....!!!


    Thanks for sharing bro and keep it up...!!!

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  84. Really a nice post..!!
    And yes your basement is finished with great basement finishing work...!!

    Keep maintaining it...!!!

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  85. Erin, like you, my favorite part is the giant bookshelf--wow, it looks like a library! I've heard of companies, like Google, that have added slides to their buildings, but I've never seen one in a residential home. Your kids probably love having sliding down to the basement! I hope that I can have a finished basement that is as stylish and fun as yours is.

    Edith | http://www.renovationsgroupinc.com/lower-levels/

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  86. Woww Beautiful post. I like your blog.

    Thanks! for sharing amazing post.
    Bathroom contractor in Baltimore

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  87. You did a better job on that basement than most professional could do! Very well done! Congratulations on finishing the basement! It looks refreshing and relaxing!

    Will Jenkins | http://deyoungbrothers.com/services.htm

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  92. Amazingly done. Loved the slide & Swing.

    If you are looking for remodeling then you can find companies that can do as amazing work as this with Basement remodeling in Baltimore.

    Thanks!

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