Wainscot remodeling.

Wainscoting in the basement – the finale

DIY Wainscot and walnut flooring.

Wainscot and walnut flooring.FINALLY…. ALL DONE!!!! If you want to start at the beginning, go here. This project is spread out over 18 blog posts.

Basement wainscoting and walnut flooring.
Basement wainscoting and walnut flooring.

This is an area of the basement that was not shown before. The door just to the left almost out of site is the basement bathroom and the door to the right leads to a spare bedroom.

DIY wainscot and walnut flooring.
Wainscot and walnut flooring.
Basement spare bedroom.
Basement spare bedroom.

There was a large bulkhead in this room that caused a few headaches along the way. The large door to the right is access to the furnace and air exchanger. If I had my time back I would have trimmed out the closet bifold doors to match a bit better.

Spare basement room.
Spare basement room.

And the laundry room too… this room will get storage in the future. For now, the walls, floor and ceiling are done. And the line is up for winter clothes drying. We bought a dryer but don’t use it. We feature a detail how-to for doing your own frosted glass and lettering here.

Frosted glass laundry room door.
Frosted glass laundry room door.

Inside the new laundry room.

Laundry room remodel.
Laundry room remodel.

Even the under stairs got some attention for storage of paints and renovation materials.

DIY Under the stairs storage.
Under the stairs storage.

That’s all 🙂

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A Newfoundland born Canadian with a life long interest in woodworking, baking and anything else that peaks my curiosity.

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