Storing wine correctly will increase its longevity, but there should be more design considerations when planning a wine cellar than practicality. Get design ideas that will improve functionality and aesthetics for your basement wine cellar, including materials, lighting, shelving, and layout.
Bamboo flooring is an eco-friendly wood flooring option that offers a unique look, durability, accepts stain like hardwood, and presents a modern look. Installation costs for bamboo flooring range between $1,500-$15,000 with a national average of $6,000, which calculates to $5-$15 per square foot, including labor and materials. The benefits of using bamboo flooring are many, including ease of installation, durability, it's low maintenance, and it's moisture, mold, and mildew resistant. Learn about the benefits of bamboo flooring and factors that could impact the project cost.
The water closet - a small, closed room containing a toilet that is part of the bathroom - has been reintroduced in modern-day bathroom design. The benefits of a water closet are additional privacy when multiple people are using the bathroom and improved hygiene as having a toilet in an enclosed space prevents particles from spreading when the toilet is flushed. Learn more about the water closet and why it is popular in modern bathroom designs.
There are 3 types of solid surface countertops - acrylic-based, polyester-based, and acrylic/polyester-based, each having unique attributes. There are many benefits to using solid surface countertops - they are nonporous, easy to clean, easy to repair, can appear seamless, and can look like granite or marble but cost less and require less maintenance. Learn about options for solid surface countertops and the benefits of each.
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A small basement needn’t be relegated to a storage-only space - a basement with a limited floor area can function as extra living space, a home office, a playroom, or fulfill other needs. And, even if the resulting space isn’t particularly large, a good design can make it a pleasurable place in which to spend time. Learn more ideas for converting a small, unfinished basement into a usable living area.
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