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Basement Bar Design
Last week we looked at some seriously enviable wine cellars, but where do you keep the rest of your bar bottles? The options are truly endless. You can have a dedicated bar table or cart for your booze, incorporate it into a set of bookshelves, or you use a console table. You can even hide it in a cabinet, although some of those liquor bottles and cocktail glasses are so pretty, we can't imagine you'd want them kept out of sight. Here are 12 ideas for how you can store and display your home bar.
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So you have decided to turn your musty junk-filled basement into a warm liveable space. Or maybe you are already using the basement but want to style it up a notch. Basement design ideas are limitless. Whether you want a cool chic look or a more dramatic themed basement, the choices are endless. But before you decide on the style you want for your basement, here are a few things to consider.
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An unfinished basement, with its concrete floor and exposed joists, may seem dreary and cold. But in reality it is an enormous blank canvas just waiting for your inspired ideas and artistic vision. The fact is, you don't really need niceties like drywall and recessed lighting to create an inviting space. Before you begin, do what you need to do to make sure the space is dry and clean. Fix any water issues and apply waterproofing if necessary. Unfinished concrete flooring will produce fine d...