Ready to turn their empty, unfinished basement into a haven for grandkids and guests, these homeowners invited us into their space to make a welcoming transformation!Basement Remodel Goals:1) To create an open and durable rec room that could be used for grandkids during holidays and family gatherings2) To add an additional bathroom to make life easier for guests and visiting relatives
- We started from scratch. Other than the rough-in of plumbing pipes from when the home was built, the basement of this 1980s Bloomington home hadn’t been touched. In about two months time we turned this unfinished space into the practical, durable room the homeowners were hoping for!
- The 3/4 bath includes a sterling shower stall with a fiberglass Alumax shower door, Delta faucets, a Gerber toilet, Broan Bath fan, and Midcontinent brand oak vanity with a cultured marble countertop.
- The rec room is the heart of the project, featuring open play space and luxury vinyl flooring that looks remarkably like wood. The advantage being that it won’t be subject to any problems with moisture that a real wood floor might have, especially in a basement setting. The floor is durable and striking, and the wood tone brings warmth and coziness to an otherwise wide open space. Recessed can lights were used to light the rec room, and a closet was built in for games and storage.
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