Archways and Raised Ceilings – Features To Put Your Basement Design Over the Top

At Marvelous Basements we pride ourselves on providing our customers with the most unique basement designs. We never use cookie-cutter designs for our client’s remodeled basements. Each basement is designed to fit the customer’s home and even their personality.

There are many ways that we achieve this uniqueness. Some of the ways that we can put your basement design over the top is by adding design features like archways or raised ceilings.

These types of features are usually not at the forefront of clients’ minds when we begin the design process. Most clients are focused on things like wet bars or home theater systems. Both of those are certainly important to a quality basement design but adding something like an archway or a raised ceiling is a great way to enhance the features of a basement.

Archways are a good way to highlight a specific area in your basement. There is nothing like having guests pass under an archway if you want people to really notice a certain section of your basement design.

The same can be said about a raised ceiling. A raised ceiling is another great way to frame in a key feature in your basement. Having a raised ceiling in an area that gets a high amount of traffic, like a home theater or billiards area, can make the area seem more spacious and open.

It doesn’t stop with archways or raised ceilings though. There are many other features that Marvelous Basements can implement into your basement design to make it unique for you and your home. Stop by our portfolio area on our site to see some examples of added features we could design for your basement. From built-in shelves to glass-block walls, Marvelous Basements can do it all.

Give us a call today to see how Marvelous Basements can design the perfect basement oasis for your home.

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