Basement Transformation

Many home buyers purchase houses with unfinished basements with the intention of adding a spare bedroom, office, or man cave, but are intimidated by the dark space and accumulation of junk. While basements add square footage and storage potential to homes, many times the space falls more towards a nightmare: a dumping ground for holiday decorations, half-full paint cans, outgrown toys and other debris that doesn’t have a place elsewhere in the home.

Lucky for the well-intentioned, who dream of a sanctuary beneath their main living space, basement remodeling is a huge trend right now, and thus there is a lot of great inspiration.

As an example, this unfinished basement was transformed into a light and airy sewing room with the assistance of Stacie Nowak from Closet Factory and the Finished Basement Company.

Stacie was tasked with creating a space where the homeowner could complete a plethora of crafts, without having to struggle to find the right materials.
Shelves and wide drawers hold everything from fabric to idea books, moveable tables with a built-in area for the sewing machine allow for plenty of work space, and well-appointed storage spaces allow easy access to the washer/dryer and ironing board without disturbing the clean lines of the cabinets.
Corkboard covered in a fun black and white fabric and floral designs in the concrete floor (created by the Finished Basement Company) add touches of whimsy to this beautiful and functional sewing room.
No longer is this space the dark, cluttered nightmare but a creative haven, and the perfect escape for any crafty person.


closet factory

8480 Upland Drive, Suite 200, Centennial, CO  80112
(303)690.6901 /(800)366.2567 

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