Quite often you have nearly as much square footage in your basement as you do in an above-ground floor. That means you have a lot of possibilities when finishing a basement. One of them is adding a small kitchenette. It doesn't need to be as spacious and decked out as your main kitchen. However, a basement kitchenette can facilitate entertaining or just lounging in your new basement rooms.
It's highly unlikely you'll do as much food preparation in your basement kitchen as you do in your main one.
By changing the type of flooring in your home, you can transform an old house to a modern, minimalist style or make a boxy loft more charming and cozy. Below are five aspects of flooring you need to consider that will drastically change the look and feel of your home.
Type of Wood
There are several types of wood used for hardwood flooring in the United States. Common types include Red Oak, White Oak, Cherry, Maple, Birch and Pine.