As our families grow, it soon becomes apparent that the house you bought 15 years ago is no longer big enough. The problem is that you may really like where you are living or can’t afford all the stress and costs associated with moving home. This is why people are looking for ways to make their homes more usable. Some people convert their lofts or build an extension, whilst others convert their basements. Some people aren’t keen on using their basement for a room because they are underground and often get very little if any, natural daylight.
However, there are some rooms that can work exceptionally well in a basement. Here are some ideas for you:
1. Music or Theatre Room:
These sorts of rooms are becoming more and more popular. Music and TV systems are becoming cheaper and more sophisticated so people are looking to create dedicated rooms. If you plan on going ahead you’ll probably want to have acoustic lining installed onto the ceiling and walls. Because the majority of basements don’t get much light, this makes them the ideal space for home cinemas.
2. Games Room:
This is a room which the whole family