Stunning Tips for Basement Bedroom IdeasFrozen Designs :
You have bedroom in a below ground basement? And you wanted it to feel like a rise. You can do the step below :
Create Coziness with Color
Painting is the simple way to infuse a basement bedroom with brilliant character. Chocolate-brown walls bundle this walkout basement as well as inviting warmth. A sisal rug and light brown ceiling mirror each other in tone and hue, and the white crown molding and baseboard add crisp accents.
This rich, dark scheme is successful because French doors admit plenty of natural light. In a basement with only an egress window, you might want to include sconces or additional table lamps to keep the room from feeling too dark.
Plan Ahead for Headroom
This guest bedroom, located in the walkout basement of a new house, has a spacious look thanks to 10-foot-high poured-concrete basement walls.
The cost of digging a foundation to accommodate a 9- or 10-foot ceiling is nominal. Even if you don’t finish the basement, future owners will appreciate the extra headroom. While you’re at it, install French doors or egress windows instead of the standard basement windows.
Create Cottage Style in a Walkout Basement
Located in a walk-out basement, this lower-level bedroom lines up three twin beds to accommodate overnight guests at a lakeside cottage. The patio satisfies egress requirements and makes the bedroom bright with natural light.
Three mismatched iron beds painted white set the stage for cottage style. Soft yellow walls and a pale blue ceiling echoed the antique quilts that dress the beds. A ceiling fan promotes air circulation for comfort.