|Project by Manitario||posted 609 days ago||1631 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
It’s been a long process doing all the trim work in the basement. Getting to a point where the drywall was up and the walls were painted was relatively quick, then the real work began. After much debate, I decided on using tongue and groove pine for the ceiling; the original plan was for a suspended ceiling but it would have taken up too much head room. Did end up with a short section of susp. ceiling in the hallway after you come down the stairs, just because the amount of low hanging pipes and ducting would have made it difficult to use the pine. Overall I learnt a lot doing the basement. I’m not too keen on doing it again in the near future though! Ironically, no sooner had I finished the basement then I sold the house and moved due to work, so someone else will get to enjoy it.