How To Kit Out Your Basement In The Best Way

The novelty of having an extra room to fill with whatever you like never gets old. Once you’ve got all the important stuff sorted out like bedrooms, bathrooms and perhaps the study, when there is an additional spare room it can be hard to decide what to do with it.


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If you’ve decided that your chill out room is going to be in the basement then you’ve made a great choice! You just need to sort out what you’re going to do with it now.

You have all sorts of options and before you start kitting it out, you’ll need to decide exactly what you’re aiming for first. If you’re a little unsure and in need of some inspiration then you’re in the right place…

  1. Walk in wardrobe

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To be honest, what woman doesn’t want a walk in wardrobe? You know what they say – a woman can never have too many clothes and so if that’s the case, you’re going to need a little extra storage to accommodate all the wonderful outfits. You can make your very own walk in wardrobe with a simple grasp on DIY. Before you know it you could have rails and rails available for clothing and a simple yet effective stand for all those beautiful shoes you own.

  1. Relaxation room

If you find that you’re regularly far too stressed out to function then it might be time to invest in a relaxation room. You can make it as basic or luxurious as you want. If you’re looking to splurge on some top spa equipment for your home but you’re a total noob when it comes to knowing what’s best, it’s always good to do your research before. Making sure the room is dark is also a great idea and especially easy to achieve if you’re in the basement Get some gorgeous smelling scented candles and some incense sticks and you’ll be good to go. You’ll be feeling better and more relaxed quicker than you can say “spa weekend.

  1. Become a gym bunny

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If you can’t think of anything worse than leaving the warmth of your own home to attend the gym during the winter then having a place to work out at home is just what you need! You can gradually add more and more equipment depending on what your budget is and what you’re looking to achieve. If you find it gets a little too hot then consider installing an air conditioning unit

  1. Chillout room

If you’re looking for a place that you can grab some peace and quiet in whilst catching up with your favourite TV shows then the basement is the obvious front runner for that. Fill it with cosy furniture and blankets, cushions and a good quality heater to get the best snug factor you can. Larger than life bean bags are also another perfect way to add comfort to any room and the great thing about them is that you can stack them high on top of each other to clear space for others things when needed.

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