This was the typical unfinished basement – cluttered, disorganized and rarely used. When the kids and most of their things were out of the house, the homeowners wanted to transform the basement into liveable rooms. The project began by removing all of the junk, even some of the walls, and then starting over.
Fun and light were the main emphasis. Rope lighting set into the trey ceilings, recessed lights and open windows brightened the basement. A functional window bench offers a comfortable seat near the exterior entrance and the slate foyer guides guests to the full bathroom. The billiard room is equipped with a custom built, granite-topped wet bar that also serves the front room. There’s even storage! For unused or seasonal clothes, the closet under the stairs was lined in cedar.
As seen in TRENDS Magazine