Basements & Attics

  • BASEMENT FAMILY RETREAT

    A typical storage basement was transformed into a multi-purpose family retreat by laying out a new floor plan to create several spaces: play-space for kids guest bedroom 3/4 bathroom office workout space storage room   The main room was finished by painting the existing ceiling boards white, framing in bookcases, preserving the original wood support […]

  • A BASEMENT THAT BOLDLY GOES…

    A homeowner is always looking to explore for additional space, especially in a smaller house. This young family was looking for more family space and an in-home office. The basement in the newer house had been finished by the previous homeowner but lacked light and storage to accomplish their goal. The result was a space […]

  • Rustic Basement

    It’s always nice to be able to reclaim space in an unfinished basement. This project allowed the homeowner to extend his entertainment area to include a pool table room. The wonderful view of nature from the outside is reflected in the rustic feel of the custom wood paneling and wainscoting The accent wall was hand […]

  • Finished Basement Creates Family Fun Space

    This typical unfinished basement was calling out to be finished. The family was interested in a casual entertaining space and the teenager in the family was also looking for a space to hang out with friends. The large space was divided to create a utility room, 2 storage closets (1 under stairs), and a powder […]

  • Rec Room from Wrecked Room

    A finished basement can created a welcome family retreat and any smaller home. This home had a dark basement that didn’t welcome any members of the family, including little ones. Drywall, carpet, new windows and new doors/trim transformed this unused space into a fun family recreational space. The original glass block windows were enlarged to […]

  • Finished basement for Family Retreat

    A typical storage basement for this 1950’s home needed to be turned into more living space for the family. A guest bedroom was also requested prompting the addition of an egress window and closet The Basement was divided into seperate spaces including a reading nook The lower ceiling was painted black to keep as much […]

  • Brightening a Basement for Additional Space

    Many basements were remodeled in the past by installing dark paneling and dropped ceilings. This may have made them usable but not very enjoyable to be in. The main floor and 2nd floor of this home were typically divided for the 1920’s and a large open space was requested for an additional casual entertaining area. […]

  • Inviting Family Area from Unfinished Basement

    Hard to believe this fun project started as an unfinished storage basement? It was transformed into a family room, powder room, workout gym, and dining area for family and friends. We still had space left over for storage and utilities. The homeowner helped by re-purposing the piece of furniture that became the vanity in the […]

  • Creating Additional Family Space

    A typical unfinished 1950’s cement floor basement showed all the utilities and was only used for storage. The average ranch home of that era didn’t have a large living space on the main floor. These new owners could see the potential of additional living space for their small family in the basement. By dividing the […]