I like the lay out. Would have it so I could exchange and store elliptical and total gym. I imagine mirror next to closet doors, so equipment in this room would be reversed. I like the towel, cleaner, and water storage beneath a wall mounted tv
I love my new house, but there are still a lot of blank empty walls that I need to do something with. Around the time that we moved in, I found boxes of 12 x 12 mirrors for $7. Each box had 6 mirrors, that’s just over a $1 each! I bought 4 boxes. I had … … Continue reading →
A great safety solution for floors; Foam hardwood flooring: For a play area for the kids without having to lose the affect of the existing hardwood flooring already installed. Simply put it on top of the existing floors, and when the kids are bigger, remove it. Also used as an option to cover floor areas for Seniors at risk of falling. Match your existing hardwood. Get safety without compromising the look of your home. #safetyflooring
So you have decided to turn your musty junk-filled basement into a warm liveable space. Or maybe you are already using the basement but want to style it up a notch. Basement design ideas are limitless. Whether you want a cool chic look or a more dramatic themed basement, the choices are endless. But before you decide on the style you want for your basement, here are a few things to consider.
Sensory: Use soft foam tiles for a sensory room/area floor! The faux-wood can be more calming than loud colors and is also more "adult-looking" for a sensory room teens and adults will be using. http://www.foamtiles.com/tiles/38-soft-wood-tiles.html