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The COVID-19 pandemic has modified many sides of every day life, together with individuals’s relationship to their properties. Rooms that when served a single objective may now do double and even triple responsibility as areas for work, play, and relaxation.
For Lindsey Mahoney of Constructing Bluebird, that room was the basement of her household’s home. “It wasn’t till quarantine final 12 months that we found its true, untapped potential,” she says.
Through the preliminary shutdown in early 2020, Lindsey cleaned up the basement, which had previously been used as storage, to create “an area for the children to run wild whereas caught at dwelling.” The makeshift playroom was a success, and Lindsey grew to become impressed to place “slightly extra focus” into the house. “I didn’t need it to really feel like a darkish, unfinished basement,” she remembers, so she and her household