The Finished Basement

Turn Unused Space Into Lower Level Luxury

by Laurie Camp

Even if it’s currently just cold, gray concrete crammed with boxes of holiday decorations, the lowest floor of your home has a lot of potential. And, since you already own the space, why not take advantage of this untapped area? If you design it right, it will easily become the most popular spot in the house — for a lot less cash than adding on. According to the latest Cost Vs. Value Report, the average basement remodel has a 70.3 percent payback, which makes it among the smartest remodeling projects.
One of our Bradford and Kent clients decided to take their basement from seldom used to simply spectacular, as you can see above and below. As you descend the stairs the wrought iron staircase balusters, multi-level ceiling, hardwood floors and trim work give this basement a sumptuous feel. Although this basement has an open and airy feel, it is sectioned into areas that each of them can enjoy – a bar and wine cellar, family room, media center, kids play zone, workout room and bath.basement remodeling naperville

 

The bar and wine cellar are perfect for entertaining. High top tables offer a great place for snacking and catching up.basement remodeling hinsdalebasement remodeling wheaton
A workout room with an adjacent bath, is a convenient and economical for this busy family of four.

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This play area gives the homeowners’ two young children a place to play, exercise and learn.basement remodeling downers grove
The possibilities are limitless for basements. Let us show you what we can design for you.

 

 

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