Sometimes, the word ‘basement’ can be linked to quite bad senses, eh? But do remember that we precisely don’t live in a world that utilizes basement as a stuffy storage dump anymore.
So worry not, because you’ll soon find that basement bedroom, or more like, basement heaven, will definitely make you feel like you wouldn’t want to leave!
Check out these amazing basement bedroom ideas that you can definitely do; and never you worry, we do present you lots of ideas on a budget too.
These décor and design ideas we have listed up will inspire you to decorate and make your already-cozy basement bedroom, even cozier. Or even make you (who don’t have it yet) go into instant consideration of getting yourself a basement bedroom.
We’ll work together to spice things up for your bedroom design and prepare to watch your basement bedroom becoming as aesthetically cozy as possible! All you have to do is to scroll down right away, and let’s get very inspired together.
A Simply Serene Basement Bedroom
Before we get going, let’s begin with something simple firsthand.
The grey walls combined with carpeted brown floor will create a great mix, as the brown color reduced the possible-dullness which is brought by plain grey walls. The décor on the egress window seems to bring a little, but not too much, excitement to the walls.
The brown carpet radiates warmth to the bedroom, assisted by warm brown nightstand, egress window, as well as the warm-white night lamp that work together in harmony to make this room very homey.
Bye-bye to unfinished-feel grey walls and welcome the sophisticated simplicity.
Pastel for Soft-hearted Individuals
These delicate shades of pastel could surely melt these hearts by its softness. Assuredly the best-suited color idea scheme for soft-hearted individuals.
Starting up with creamy white brick-textured walls that create a beautiful touch that blends together marvelously with its tender surrounding, gives off a seemly statement. Choose your most favorable pastel color ideas to decorate the ceiling or bedding.
Don’t forget to add neutral creamy shades to integrate all the colors together. Put some decorations and don’t be afraid to use a unique-shaped décor, like the lamp mounted on the ceiling—as it adds more soul to the design.
Cool-Toned Minimalistic Basement Bedroom
Cool-toned color ideas are to die for.
Take a look at the design: the plain grey walls are aesthetically complemented by the touch of neutral-colored wall decorations and the dark-colored hanging fireplace.
Freezing is not an option anymore, as you can definitely decorate as well as warm yourself at the same time. Don’t forget about the light cool brown carpeted flooring that gives a nice touch of texture.
Accentuated by a dark cool brown nightstand and a wooden queen-sized bed, this bedroom design definitely is a dream come true for cool-toned color lovers! Say it together: this is cool.
5-Star Hotel Vibe’ Basement Bedroom Idea
Now you don’t need to book a room at a 5-Star hotel to experience such elegance and luxury.
The key to achieve such elegance is to apply warm dimmed lightings that will go well with soft light brown walls.
Blend it together by applying white bedcover and contrasting the pillowcase color. Install a built-in wardrobe to maximize the space.
Remember not to overdo the decorations: adequate number of wall painting and neutral-colored nightstand lamp will increase the elegance of the room.
Adding several seating spots with sophisticated design will complete your journey of accomplishing your own ‘5-star hotel’ basement bedroom.
Summer Breeze with Outdoor Seating Area
Stuffy basement is no more, as a basement bedroom can still get you that breeze from egress window/door. Installing a nice outdoor seating area (yes, outdoor) will make you forget that you are underground.
Don’t be afraid to play with color and patterns, especially when you paint the wall with plain colors. Light wooden flooring, warm brown window/door frame, and black wall show off a unique yet cooperative color scheme.
Outdoor seating area is definitely a perfect choice for you who wish to get fresh air, but unfortunately too lazy to climb upstairs. It’ll be worth it, pinky promise.
“You wouldn’t believe this is a budget bedroom” Design Idea
We all need some Ideas on a budget. Decorating a bedroom into a pastel minimalistic design a huge yes. Can you achieve such design with low budget? Definitely.
Light blue pastel is best combined with neutral shades such as white to give an airy feel to the room, eliminating the stuffiness. Installing warm brown laminate flooring also gives off a nice earthy-colored finish that mixed together with the bright airy pastel colors.
Don’t forget to install an egress window corresponding with the sunlight so that the basement bedroom could get an appropriate amount of lighting.
Feminine Festivity for Teens
Did you sense something? We think you just sensed a very high-spectrum teenage spirit!
Teenagers crammed with countless bedroom design ideas should be able to let their inspiration being channeled out. Although, their color ideas should be calculated carefully so that the colors could merge together beautifully.
Decorating a wall with paintings and pictures of their choosing will make the room filled with their own element.
Adding an adequate number of décor and shelves can also supplement more juvenile touch without making the room too crowded.
Don’t forget to install some white-colored furniture to eventually mesh the color up aesthetically!
Adolescent’s Darkened Humble Abode
Teenagers must be able to channel their opinions, including their bedroom design wishes, no?
When they wish to paint everything in dark colors, make sure to plan to both combine and contrast the dark colors with bright neutrals.
Bright neutral colors on rugs or beddings can undo the stuffy feeling and gives a nicely done contrast between the light and the dark. Don’t forget to install egress windows for proper air circulation as well as natural lighting, also to help preventing the humidity build-up.
This mature rustic-themed basement bedroom will remind you of wooden cabins, but much more modernized.
Wooden ceiling and staircase mixed with concrete floor seem to be a match made in heaven: giving a sort of unfinished yet still sophisticated feel to it.
This design combines its surrounding with warm dimmed lighting located in moderate distance between each one, which oozes cozily romantic vibes to it. Choose white beddings as an accent to the handful warmth in it.
Play it more with some rugs action to supplement more elegance to the concrete floor, undoing the plainness of the grey color.
Monochromatic Black and White—with more Fun
Black and white can never go wrong, black and white can never go boring, stating the facts makes me go rhyming.
The contrast between the two color certainly creates a good balance (just like the Yin Yang), especially when you put a little splash of color here and there without overdoing it.
Render it into modern interior design, such as installing a glass-wall bathroom to keep the design intact and not all over the place.
Adding some greens will finish up the black and white design harmoniously, keeping it fancily embellished.
At ease! This coastal-styled basement bedroom is here to remind you of the breeze of the coast and the warmth of the seaside.
A bunk-bed installment definitely saves more space to the bedroom. Space-saving along with smart, neat decorating action creates such a pleasing aesthetic vibe. The navy and pastel blue colorings give tasteful sea-themed accent to the dominating neutral colors.
Little but meaningful navy-themed decorations radiate gleeful excitement for this spaciously small bedroom. Even the geometric motif on the linen with complimenting colors are certainly the feast for the eyes.
Who’s ready to sail with us?
Exceptionally Charming Farmhouse Style
Farmhouse design can certainly bring you the longing peace of countryside. We are truly charmed.
Rustic design with the right combination of light and dark wood colors will give you an adequate amount of warmth, blended seemly by creamy beige colorings. Choosing neutral bright color ideas will keep it as airy and light as possible.
Decorating a bedroom with vintage embellishment or antiques, such as mounting vintage ceramic or porcelain plates on the wall gives a stunning, rich farmhouse-y touch—such an effortless beauty.
Remember, when you decide on farmhouse design, you are to think of country and vintage decorations.
Keeping You All Warm and Cozy
Close your eyes and imagine yourself being all warm and cozy in your finished basement bedroom. Heaven is truly located in your basement.
Tastefully done by locating the black-framed egress windows and warm lighting blended together with the walls and their surroundings, this design will straight up trap you inside and you won’t want to leave.
Aesthetic accents such as wall pictures, standing lamps, and flowers will create an even more cozy atmosphere. Investing in a comfortable king-sized bed is a good splurge for your homey getaway as well.
Remember: get all warm and cozy!
Purple Party: Mysteriously Sophisticated
Purple color belongs to mysterious individuals. Don’t worry, these dark colors will never make you feel stuffy. It will only complement and accelerate your mysterious aura with a touch of femininity.
The dark cool purple walls set off a bold statement firsthand, supplemented by dark wooden wardrobe and dark rugs. However, to soften the boldness up, add more feminine element such as floral patterns on dark purple rugs, wall paintings, and beddings.
Bright colors like white and cream will complement the dominating bold dark color.
In conclusion: you’ll feel rich and mysterious, like a high-ranked Lady. You’re welcome.
Your Bedroom under the Stairs
Thinking of furnishing a brand-new basement bedroom, but it doesn’t fulfill the requirements of a ‘proper-sized’ bedroom? Worry not, we get you covered.
You can always occupy a small spot underneath the staircase to put your bed on. Think of Harry Potter’s cupboard under the stairs, but fancier. Paint on pastel color then combine it with white furnishings—they will definitely give bright and spacious vibes.
Apply hanging lamps as lighting and decoration, install drawers under the bed to add more useful storage, and voila! You can be an 11-year-old Harry Potter with much more aesthetic.
Cave of Entertainment
No, this is not the cave of wonders in Aladdin, this one is a much better one. Presenting: the ideas of decorating your own cave of entertainment.
Having a spacious basement bedroom which are: not too vacant and not too crammed up at the same time, now can be achieved.
Begin it with considering what you want to put inside your bedroom as your means of entertainment and making sure to keep it at reasonable number.
Then, you can continue organizing them as aesthetically pleasing as possible. Get ready to be stuck there all day, all night.
Keeping it Classy and Traditional
Ah, so you’re a big fan of traditional-styled furniture. Take a look at the bed, desk, and chair—don’t they look beautiful?
Paint bright white color to radiate innocent vibes, but allure it more with adding wallpaper to accentuate more texture. Don’t forget to install an egress window for a great circulation.
Add neutral colors such as black, white, and light brown to keep the modest. Moreover, installing warm white lighting will finish it up in an aesthetic manner.
Decorating a bedroom into traditional style is a wonderful fit for those who love minimalistic yet vintage touch.
Pop of Color as an Anti-Dullness
Another way to maximize small spaces in an effective way is to build a bunk-bed.
Decorating a bunk bed could also be a really fun activity to do, such as deciding the color ideas. Not only your basement bedroom would have a much better space-optimization, but also could you achieve such an interesting design for your bedroom.
If you decide to play with colors, having a corresponding color scheme like neon orange with pastel orange will be a festive pop of color. Make sure to tone it down with some neutrals such as white or beige on the furnishings.
Minimalistic modern Scandinavian theme is what we wish for in the wishing well.
The definite combination of modern interior design and furniture with such warm wood tones—as seen on the built-in wardrobe and shelves—mimic the sunny and bright feel to the bedroom.
It’s perfect for basement bedrooms that (in some cases) don’t cooperate too well with natural lighting.
Having a touch of bright colors here and there adds more soul and ‘bravery’ in it, accentuating the longing of airy feels in the bedroom.
Gracefully Elegant Brown Bedroom
Brown is the color of the refined personality and that shows well. Don’t ever think of having an all-brown bedroom is a lame idea, because it is not. Take a look and get inspired.
Plain brown wall will feel much richer when you combine it with textures of motifs that scream elegance, for instance, the brownish floral print cloth on wall decorations.
The addition of warm-lighting hanging lamp in a simple shape binds together the comfort of the bedroom, combined with plain white beddings.
Feeling gracious yet? We already felt that the first time we came across this earthy design.
Open Closet Concept in Basement Bedroom
This open-closet concept is befitting with those who want to achieve a nicely organized closet with small-sized basement bedroom. The closet somehow works as wall decorations as well, provided that it has to be neatly managed.
The open-closet concept also works as great touch of complement for the partially unfinished feel of the bedroom—the plain white walls don’t seem to be quite unembellished. Rather, this bedroom has a messy yet cozily comfortable aura.
We’re so up for this fashionable-sense of a bedroom; now, are you?
Window Seating Area: Get Ready for Much Refreshment
We’ve told you before that a basement doesn’t equal stuffy and dinky. This is the proof: a proper-sized egress window could be installed in your basement bedroom, along with a nice seating area just by the window.
Have it decorated with corresponding color scheme, add a little bit of warmth through the window frame, tuck some plushy cushion, install wall-mounted lamps as decoration and good reading lights.
Your pastime reading is going to be much more enjoyable, and we are here for it.
Staircases for your Decorating Pleasure
Once you fall into the world of decorating, seems like there’s now way to stop, eh? We’ve got a great news: owning a basement bedroom means that you have a full-on staircase that you can design and decorate as how you want it to be!
Decorating a staircase is best done by doing it correspondingly with the ongoing theme. For instance: remember that coastal comfort zone? If you ever decide to design your room with that style, you can always decorate your staircase in a coastal vibe as well!
See that rope standing in as the banister replacement? Isn’t that brilliant?
Sliding Doors as Means of Space-optimization
Never you worry about having a small basement bedroom space. There are a lot of means to help you with maximizing the potential of small-spaced room: one of which is installing sliding doors.
Not only sliding doors are purposefully useful, but also can they complement the whole look of your bedroom. Take a peek at this sliding door guarding the bedroom.
Its cool-toned color somehow works well—without overdoing it—with the warm colors surrounding it. The accent on the door emanates a pretty mysterious feel, almost as if it is a door leading to a secret passageway.
Minimalistic Seating Area
Small spot under your basement staircase can be utilized as not only a sleeping area, but also as an aesthetically-pleasing seating area.
In order to decorate it as beautiful as possible, you can always paint the wall with plain neutral colors; no texture. That way, you are provided with much more freedom and possibility to furnish it as how you want it.
For instance, you can always decorate it in a minimalistic design, with the touch of color provided by the cushions.
Trust me, you won’t want to lift your body as soon as you lie down there.
Right. We’ve reached the end of our much-pleasing basement bedroom design eye-refreshment, and we’ve provided you with a treat—no, many treats.
We certainly have many more ideas to share with you, but we’ll let you and your now-inspired creative mind to wander around to discover even more treasures. One important warning from us: stop drooling and start decorating.
Have a merry decorating time!