Eye Candy: 10 Basement Bedrooms You'd Actually Want Sleep In!

By: Lexy.b.ward Mar 20, 2013

 10 Sleep-worthy Basement Bedrooms

Gone are the days when basements were dark, musty, and sometimes feared. They've become a place where you can turn for comfort and relaxation. You no longer have to have a dark bedroom without any windows. Here are ten basement bedrooms that got it right. Read on to find rooms that you'll be begging to sleep in.   

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Photo: Chris Loves Julia

Believe it or not, this basement room was previously stuck in the 80's with walls covered in splattered black and white paint! Now, it has become a home office/guest room that welcomes all who need rest after a hard day's work. View the complete transformation on Chris Loves Julia

Designed by Barbara Purdy, this basement was built with a suspended bed to help it hide if you don't want to look at it until bedtime. Though, how could you not?!? I'm ready to nap for days surrounded by the gorgeously painted wood panelling. See more photos of this room on House & Home.

We've got some more love of wood panelling going on above. This nautical bedroom makeover by Tatertots & Jello is bright and airy. It doesn't even feel like a basement! 

To keep the basement from feeling too cluttered, decorate with modern accessories. Choosing pieces with clean lines helps to keep the space feeling open. This basement was created for the Lutz family on Extreme Makeover Home Edition. View more photos on ABC.com

This basement beauty seems larger than it is thanks to the neutral paint and sleek furniture choices. Read more about this bedroom makeover by Home Renovations.

Did we mention that we love wood panelling? Paired with billowy accents on the ceiling and pops of yellow decor, this basement is fun and fresh. Read about this basement reno by Melissa of I Still Love You.

This basement bedroom seems like a charming and updated hiding place. The wood trim and soft carpet add to the cozy factor. Read more about this renovation on Our Humble Abode.

This basement apartment was decorated by Tiffany, an Apartment Therapy reader. She makes great use of space while keeping things simple and white. View more on Apartment Therapy or on Tiffany's Flickr stream

This bedroom was spotted on Callie Grayson. The bed under the basement stairs is one I would gladly lay in for hours. The wood accents keep things modern and neutral. 

Bunk beds don't just have to be for kids, you know. This basement is nice and open and offers two secluded sleeping spots. The color scheme is warm and inviting and brightens up this used-to-be-dull basement!

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