Basement remodel with a western vibe
A basement remodel with a western vibe and a rustic saloon style that is perfect for entertaining or just relaxing with family and friends.
A basement remodel with a western vibe can be a fun and unique project to undertake. Here are some ideas to achieve that look like this renovation recently completed in New Market Maryland.
Flooring: For the flooring, consider using wood or wood-look flooring in a warm, natural tone. If you want to add some extra western flair, you could also opt for a rustic tile that mimics the look of a saloon.
Walls: A western-themed basement would not be complete without painted shiplap on the walls. You can opt for a lighter wood color or go darker for a more rustic look. If you want to add some texture, consider using stone or brick veneer on one or more walls.
Trims: The entire bar is wrapped with old barn wood highlighting the earthy grays and browns that gives you the feel and touch of an old saloon.
Cabinetry: This basement features Brighton Stained Maple Cabinetry in an Anchor Gray stained finish with full overlay Shaker style doors with integral soft close hinges. A nice touch with gold colored hardware for that old western gold rush fever.
Countertops: The Quartz Carbo Brushed Viatera countertops provides a polished natural stone finish that looks durable and tough like the wild west.
Lighting: Lighting is key to setting the mood in any space, and a western-themed basement is no exception. Consider using copper or metallic looking light fixtures or natural materials like burlap or leather.
Furniture: To complete the western look, you’ll want to choose furniture that is both functional and rustic. Leather couches or chairs with nail-head trim are a classic choice, as are wood coffee and end tables. Consider adding a cowhide rug for an extra touch of western charm.
Decor: No western-themed basement would be complete without some decor to tie the space together. Hang some vintage western art on the walls, and display some old cowboy hats or boots on a shelf. You could also consider adding some vintage-style signs, like those found on old saloons or general stores.
With these ideas in mind, you can create a cozy and inviting western-themed basement that will be a great space for entertaining or just relaxing with family and friends.