These unfinished basement playroom ideas are the perfect solution for those who need more space for their little ones to run and play. They are great for anyone on a budget that doesn’t have the time and money for a full basement remodel but wants something more. Read on for ideas for unfinished basements and to see how and what we did to create our basement playroom.
This past winter, my husband and I have worked super hard to create a great DIY unfinished basement playroom for our little girls to play in. Covid has prevented us from going anywhere and we live in cold and snowy Wisconsin. So we decided we needed a great indoor space for our girls to run and play.
Early in the season, my two-year-old started to get a bit stir crazy. All of the toys in our upstairs playroom were great but there wasn’t nearly enough room for her to run around and burn off her energy. The temperature dropped to below 0 and the weather got snowy. While we still would go out for our daily walks when and if it was warm enough, she just needed a place to ride bikes, jump, and run.
While in the future we are planning on finishing our basement, it isn’t currently in the budget. So, we decided to spend just a bit of money and pull together our resources and create the perfect unfinished basement play area for our little girls to play. Here is what we did to create this playroom and our tips on how to go about doing this.
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