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Basement Flip

November 20, 2020

Sarah Randall

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We're so glad you're here! We've been transforming spaces together for the past five years and slowly renovating our own 1950's home. Join us as we create a home we love!

Hi, we're Jake and Sarah

Here are all the links and DIY instructions from our Colorado basement flip.


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geometric rug
white bookcase
yellow pouf
cotton basket
yellow chair
pendant shade
pendant cord
gold tripod lamp
white ceramic pots
macrame plant hanger
faux plant
file drawers
table lamp
futon sofa
small basket set
faux succulents in wood
faux plant
metal pendant (spray painted with Rustoleum vintage gold)

plants: monstera on ground & pothos in plant hangers



Faux Beams

12’ 2×6 common board cut to size
stain is Varathane Early American
3.5” screws into the studs
wood filler at seams
left screws exposed


2×3 common board cut to size
outer pieces 28”
inner pieces 20 3/8”
back support piece 73.5”
tabletop is IKEA spare desktop

normally I’d build with pocket holes, but this time we used regular screws and went straight through the top of the boards to build the leg “boxes”

stain is Varathane Early American


make sure to purchase square dowel that can fit inside cup hooks
secure cup hooks in drywall anchors in the ceiling spaced 3’ apart
staple fabric to square dowels with staple gun
rotate down to hide staples and secure to cup hooks
we added little velcro circles to attach panels of fabric vertically


We had so much fun doing this basement flip. Basements can easily become disorganized and a place where all people’s extra junk goes. When they’re organized and bright, it is such a game changer. I’m so glad we could help make this transformation!


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