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20+ Example Ideas How To Decorate a Basement Bedroom

20+ Example Ideas How To Decorate a Basement Bedroom

If you have a basement in your home, this is luxury! You can turn this additional space into almost anything: a game room, a bar, a kids' playroom, a home office or even an additional bedroom. It can be used for guests or when you just want a peaceful and quiet retreat. All you need is proper planning and smart decor and storage solutions, don't hesitate - darkness and dampness may be taken away!

Insulate Well To Make The Bedroom Cozy

Insulate the basement bedroom properly otherwise you won't be able to sleep there during cold months. Since most basements only sport bare concrete walls, opt for top-notch insulation, even if it costs a tad bit extra. Adding a few wooden panels is a good idea, as wood is a wonderful insulator and will keep your room snug and cozy even during the dreariest winters. Good insulation also keeps the noise in the basement bedroom down to a minimum.

Choose Your Bedroom Style Beforehand

Pick your bedroom style beforehand and start decorating according to it. In this case if it's industrial you may not need to hide pipes, or if it is rustic, go for cozy cabin style. In most cases a serene and lovely basement bedroom that looks clean and complete is the best idea.

Pick Light And Warm Shades

Painting the basement bedroom is all about ensuring that those sleeping there feel as secure and relaxed as they do when sleeping in one of the other bedrooms in the house. Try keeping the backdrop as neutral as possible and add an accent wall in warm hues to drive away any dreariness. Since most basements have little natural light, it is also a good idea to paint the entire room in a shade like golden yellow or cream for an inviting, warm appeal. Don't forget that light colors visually enlarge any space and dark shades - on the contrary.

Add Several Layers Of Lighting

To drive away the darkness combine several layers of lighting but don't be excessive as it's a bedroom where you mostly need some calm light. Choose bedside sconces and use a few snazzy pendants to save on precious space.

Visually Expand The Space

Most of basements are rather small, so to feel comfy there you have to apply something to visually expand the space. Light colors will be of help, vertical stripes or simple chevron patterns look trendy and posh. Mirrors also are a fun way to not only usher in an open appeal, but also to spread light in a more even manner. Keep the room uncluttered to make it look more spacious.

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Basement Bedroom
Basement Bedroom Decor
white farmhouse basement bedroom-
ceiling LED lights-
neutral and soft-colored basement bedroom-
neutral shades and a mirror to enlarge the space-
modern bedroom design works well in a basement-
Morocco-style could add a touch of necessary coziness to a basement master bedroom-
coziness is also very important in a basement-
vintage-inspired bedroom with curtains for privacy-
neutral and green basement bedroom-
all-white is a great solution for a basement to get additional light-
pendant lights-
white basement bedroom with a drapery-
insulate your basement bedroom well-
vertical wooden planks enlarge the space-
wall-mounted lights-
nightstand lamps for a basement bedroom-
every hole should be insulated-
LED light curtains-
thoughtful furniture works well if your basement isn't that big-