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A little update on the Basement!

A little update on the Basement!

Before and After, My Home
Here is the BEFORE :
See that hole in the ceiling we patched?  That hole was the cause of my bead board ceiling.  To try and match textures on a ceiling is a hard task to do, so I used it as a bargaining tool to get my bead board ceiling.  In my husbands words, “I love the bead board ceiling, but I don’t think I would ever do it again.”  I guess we can never move!

I am getting so excited as we get closer to completing the basement!  The painting is DONE!!  I painted the bead board ceiling and crown molding with the a white flat ceiling paint.  The walls are painted with Pebbles by Pratt and Lambert in a eggshell.  The bottom bead board I sprayed with Benjamin Moore’s White Dove in a satin to help with clean up from little hands.  
Now I need to find my light fixtures, I am dragging my feet as I don’t know what I want.  Don’t mind all my husbands wires for his surround sound, I just need to find a way to conceal them now aka a big piece of furniture to slide into the nook.  We are waiting on carpet and then the fun or decorating begins!
Happy Weekend Everyone
Brooke

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4 Comments

  1. Therena Taylor
    June 21, 2013 at 11:52 pm
    Reply

    Um…Gorgeous! Can I come live in your basement?! Haha

  2. Cassie @ Primitive & Proper
    June 22, 2013 at 12:51 am
    Reply

    what a difference! it looks amazing!

  3. Victoria's Vintage Designs
    June 22, 2013 at 10:48 am
    Reply

    WOW ~ this looks awesome!! So fresh, I can see why you're excited.. love the bead board. Have a great weekend!

  4. Cynthia
    July 14, 2013 at 4:51 am
    Reply

    I'm curious what kind of bead board you used. Was it something from Home Depot or Lowe's or a lumber yard. I know true bead board can be quite thick and heavy. I know because I had some removed from my 1922 house. Sorry, hard to – bathroom had to be gutted. But, there's bead board back now.

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