Mudding has definitely been the hardest thing about doing the basement.
With so many nooks and crannies - it was very time consuming to do the area properly.
See what I mean? This is the area under the stairs and will be the coolest treadmill space. Sooo many nooks and crannies in there.
My new sewing room area. I plan on making my own custom table space to house my 3 sewing machines.
A better picture of the furnace room (where the door is). I can't believe how quieter the furnace is now.
I love the pocket doors. It nearly cost me my marriage - but they are beautiful and now even Burke likes them. My new photography studio lies behind those doors.
I lined the windows with some 1/4 inch plywood. Lowes ripped the pieces for me and I cut them to length to fit the windows. These windows will end up holding my spring garden - making use of the deep wells.
The other egress window. Still needs lots of work.
So these pictures show the drywall all mudded and sanded. We ran out of primer and there is still a couple rough areas that need sanding. The great thing about the drywall primer is that you can sand it down.
I went through 6 five gallon buckets and it look me nearly 2 months to complete. If I was to ever do the much square footage - I would invest in some professional tools.
The finishing coat of paint is next and the floor is already downstairs getting acclimated to the new environment. I really excited to move forward. Stay tuned for new blog posts of the custom areas in my new "lair".