Is a drop down ceiling a problem you wish to fix in your home? With a limited budget, I was able to revamp my basement ceiling with beadboard and it changed the look of everything!
Hello Remodelaholics! It’s Tamara from Provident Home Design here to share another DIY with you! Last time on Remodelaholic, I shared a tutorial for creating this Built-in Media Wall Unit .
Today I’m sharing another money-saving, DIY that helped turn my basement from Blah into Beautiful.
7 Steps for Installing a Beadboard Ceiling in a Basement
Step One: Demo the old ceiling if necessary
Step Two: Install electrical wires if additional light is needed or wanted
Step Three: Measure your space and purchase supplies
Step Four: Determine the height of the new ceiling and install supports
Step Five: Cut out holes for lights and obstacles in the beadboard
Step 6: Attach beadboard to supports
Step Seven: Trim gaps, fill holes, and paint
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