With three young boys approaching the tween years, Jason and Tina made the decision to finish their unfinished lower level of their 2001-built traditional two story home. They wanted an entertainment space that was cozy enough for them to enjoy as a family but also flexible enough for the adults and children of the family to entertain friends both now and well into the future as their needs change.
The finished basement provides the perfect space to unwind and socialize for all ages. Track lighting, lighting underneath the cabinets and lighting on the stair railings ensures the space is well-lit at all times and can be dulled while watching a movie. The dark cabinets and white quartz countertops create vivid contrast to add visual interest. Splashes of navy blue against one wall and echoed in the high top seating area. Guests can lounge near the TV or play game of ping pong, with plenty of open space to have a conversation.
The true star of the basement is the walk-up bar. The spacious countertops and extra seating make it easy to serve food to a large group of guests. The absolutely stunning, textured wall adds visual interest while adding a classy flair to the area. The sink and dishwasher make cleaning up a breeze.
The finished basement also features a guest bedroom with nearby bath. A bright coral stripe on the bedroom wall brightens up the space. The bathroom cabinets echo the look of the cabinets in the basement bar, creating symmetry. The large shower gives plenty of room to bathe while still not overcrowding the bathroom.
The new laundry area is functional, without lacking in style. The vinyl flooring sports bold, deco pattern and a chandelier hangs over the washer and drier, making the space feel luxurious. Ample shelving provides room for storage.
New Spaces was excited to create a place for Jason, Tiny and their entire family to gather now and into the future. This new space will offer flexibility and functionality for years to come.