Unfinished basement bedroom – Starting with embrace an eclectic shabby chic style if you’re at a loss for what to do with the site. While the style may not be suitable for a younger child, it just perfect for a teenager. Cover the floor with a large rug or carpet if it is unfinished. This will keep the floor from being cold at night and will serve to bring together space.
Cover the walls unfinished basement bedroom with a large tapestry if still sheet rock shows. For a younger kid’s room, you can replace a blanket or quilt with your child’s favorite movie characters on it. Create a wardrobe, if there is no closet to hang your baby’s clothes. Consider painting wardrobe to make it a more child-friendly color. Use an old trunk as a coffee table / storage bin for the seating area.
Inclusion high, freestanding shelves. Not only will this provide extra storage area, they will also include the unfinished walls. Set up a makeshift door if the basement opens to a set of stairs going upstairs. This can be as simple as hanging a curtain in front of the entrance to the cellar. It will close the area off, to give your child a bit more privacy. Install plenty of lighting in unfinished basement bedroom as basements tend to be dark.