Basement – 2004
This family decided to convert their simple partially finished basement to a place that they can call gaming and hang out space for kids, yet nice enough to entertain larger group and adult friends as well.
Football is a big part of this family and having group of larger crowds for game night and Sunday’s football game is was on top of their list.
Our design staff laid out few options for the couple and they all agreed to open up a big partition of unfinished area and convert the dragged looking basement to a “Dave & Buster “of their own.
With a large bar taking over the end wall, lot of cabinets, bar stools, sink, dishwasher, two beverage center fridges got the space packed. Ledgestone back wall, pendent lights and glass cabinets gave a special theme to this bar space.
It was pretty challenging to bring plumbing, drain here by the way of busting concrete slab. Lot of duct chases were relocated, bearing wall opened up, a double French door with full glass was installed to let more light into space.
Surround with embedded sound system, recess lights and multi big screen tv’s has given the fuzz ball table, pool table and backgammon area all a sport bar feel.
The entire basement equipped with heated floor and porcelain wood look tile given a seamless connection for its entirety.
The other end of the basement own its private guest’s bedroom, full bathroom and a Gym space.
The staircase opened up, furnished with wood floor and wrought iron rail has opened up the view as you enter this basement.
Attention to details, such as crown molding, paneling, wainscoting, special painting, exotic counter and lots of other amenities have made this basement project one to remember.