Jamie’s Basement

Another terrifying basement room gets a glam redo courtesy of makeover maven Jamie. I don’t understand why the previous owners of this home only finished half of the basement. I mean, there’s that wood-paneled wall with a fireplace, and then … bare studs and open beams everywhere else. And do I spy a shuffleboard court on the industrial green floor? Hmmm
 But the after is beautiful, with a ceiling and everything! Sadly no room for shuffleboard, but I bet that doesn’t bother Jamie one bit.


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  1. Wow! That’s a seriously great re-do!

  2. Seriously?! I think you put the wrong after picture, because that does not even look possible. AMAZING!

  3. HOLY COW! that is good.

  4. That is a serious change. And a beautiful one, at that.

  5. What a shocker that was… GORGEOUS… Jamie must be delighted with the change.

  6. An amazing transformation!

    Kat :)

  7. What a wonderful redo. I love it. It’s amazing what finishing a space can do, and this one is amazing. Hugs, Marty

  8. I don’t believe it!

    Wow – it is beautiful!!!

  9. Holy Cow –is right!
    Just stunning. Have to go show the hubs..get him motivated..hehehe

  10. Love the size of the space!! It’s huge. The furniture they chose is great too! THe project turned out fantastic!

  11. That is one amazing basement bedroom. Nice clean lines, yet warm and inviting.

  12. Gorgeous!!! Do you by chance know, or can you find out where she got the bedroom set? I am in love with that bed!

  13. Thanks for the nice comments guys! The before pic isn’t exactly what it looked like before. I was so in a hurry to get the wood paneling down that I forgot to take a true before pic. Just imagine wood paneling from head to toe. Yuck. We had quite the laugh when we pulled the carpet up and found a shuffle board. ahha.

    Enjoy the Journey– I got the bedroom set from RC Willey. (RCWILLEY.COM)It’s called the Progressive Bedroom set. Love it!

  14. Hey…I had that exact same shuffleboard court on the floor of my 1954 ranch house basement. Those tiles are asbestos…so the game has got to go UNDER SOME CARPET, not torn out!

    The reno is fab.

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