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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Basement Makeover: Completed Plank Wall and New Decor


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I hope everyone is having a great week!  I'm stopping in real quick to share an update on our basement makeover.  Last I left off I had almost finished the plank wall.  Well, I'm happy to say the wall is now complete!


A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com
I nailed, caulked and painted the last few boards yesterday and didn't even let the paint dry before I was adding new decor to the space.
I mentioned in Monday's post that I bought these stools and I couldn't be happier with them.   They're extremely sturdy, adjustable and I love that they have clear plastic covers on the feet to protect the floor.
A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com
They're actually too high for the table, but I have a plan to solve that problem.  Let's just hope it works!
A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com
The clock was moved from our entryway down to basement, where it was originally meant to be.
A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com
I just recently scored the large letter "A" from HomeGoods and love how it ties in the wood tones from the stools.  I also moved the kids storage ottoman (it's used to store dress up clothes) back to the basement since I have a very cool DIY bench project planned for the mudroom.

A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com


I still have a few more ideas planned for this space, but you'll have to wait to see the rest at the final reveal!



A gorgeous new plank wall brightens and totally transforms a previously, boring basement. - Littleouseoffour.com
Now it's time to start focusing on the tile backsplash, removing the carpet and getting the walls painted.

If you're playing catch up, here's a breakdown of the progress so far!

- Plank Wall Installation and Progress
Mosaic Subway Tile Backsplash
- Vinyl Plank Floor Progress

*linking up to Thrifty D├ęcor Chick.



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4 comments:

  1. It all looks so nice now...I can't imagine you needing to do anything else like removing carpet or paint! I like your accessories too.

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  2. I love how your basement turned out. Thanks for sharing at The Creative Circle!

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  3. The Basement now has a industrial feel and the light color gives it a cozy feeling
    Maria

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  4. Amazing,post about Interior Designer and best information ,thanks for sheering wallpaper purchase online

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