Track lighting can be a remodeled basement's best buddy. It does not take up wall or floor area, is easy to install, and is amazingly flexible. Many systems, like the one displayed here, combine both spot fixtures for pendant and accent lighting or flood fixtures . Without having to alter the fittings -- Track lighting also lets you easily change the room lighting when you layout or rearrange the furnishings of the room.
Even if it's now cold concrete and also crammed with boxes of off-season duds, the lowest floor of your home probably has heaps of potential. Treat it as you would some one of the rooms aboveground, than adding on, and it could just turn into the most popular spot in the home. Here's our bottom-line advice for turning this space you'll be willing to spend time in.
Turn an unused space of your basement to some kitchenette-slash-bar to get an alternate spot to entertain guests, look Capable Group Inc website. Blogger Alex of Northstory created a welcoming vibe with pipe shelving, wooden crates, and an antique wall clock.
I love this idea because it makes use of a residual space that would otherwise be used for as a simple storage area if not for nothing at all. A bar will soon present options, it will lead to great opportunities when it comes to entertaining your friends and family.