Starting with an unfinished basement with a lot of girders and ductwork in awkward places, we created a space where our client could truly let down their hair and unwind with family and friends, with dedicated space for their hobbies.
A bar and snack area separate the billiard room on the left from the media room. The bar’s wood framed columns disguise steel supports.
Scrapbooking Central! Plenty of room for a large work table for group projects. Natural light pours through the sliding French doors, supplemented by recessed lighting to make a bright work area, regardless of time of day.
Highlighted in Women's Day Specials magazine.
Chrysalis award winner, judged on overall design, as well as the creative use of space and materials.
"I love the way the rooms are designed, especially all the cubbyholes and cabinets. So many people remodel a basement as one big room, but it works so much better when the space is divided, with half walls creating a feeling of open space. ”