An ugly duckling basement gets a main-floor-worthy makeover

  • Article by: Connie Nelson , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 21, 2009 - 8:03 AM

An ugly duckling basement gets a main-floor-worthy makeover

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majerleJan. 21, 09 2:45 PM

I'd like to know how much all this cost.

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antigopherJan. 21, 09 2:56 PM

Projects become far more affordable when you're able/willing to do most of your own legwork.

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vetkidd1Jan. 22, 09 6:15 AM

before pic. also looked like a place where kids or teens hung out, and you know damn well they are not aloud to play in that room, you don't see drums ,you don't see toys anymore , must have kicked the kids out too

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hzap1972Jan. 23, 0912:39 PM

The kids weren't kicked out. If you read the entire article (perhaps you missed page 2) there is space (not pictured) behind the sofa for kids and drums. So, jammin' on the drums ALOUD is ALLOWED!!

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liskowskiJan. 23, 09 1:02 PM

The cost of working with a designer is determined by the client's budget. You don't have to be wealthy to work with a designer. I know from experience that AT MINIMUM, a floor plan needs to be created so that the cost can be controlled during construction. And P.S: Good-looking interiors can still be designed to take a beating from teenagers. It's a matter of choosing the right materials.

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