The unfinished basement of a home owned by an active family with teenagers was transformed into a lively space for leisure, entertainment and sleepovers. The original basement had no connection to the backyard and pool. One of the first design decisions was the addition of French doors that suffuse the basement with light and provide easy access to the backyard.
A mudroom-inspired entryway provides space for storage, dressing and cleaning up before and after pool time.
Distinct areas in this basement renovation were designed for a variety of activities. A ping pong table is center stage, aligned with an inviting small kitchen at the back of the room.
A row of six custom bunk beds accessed by sliding ladders as well as a fully equipped full bathroom promises memorable sleepovers.
The living area with abundant comfort seating for gaming and watching movies takes advantage of the room’s custom entertainment center and surround sound.
Besides the entertaining area for teenagers our client also wanted a home gym. In this generous work area, temperature controls keep the area comfortable in any season.
Titus Built master craftsmen created a large stone masonry entryway to match existing exterior stone. The stones needed to be cut square while paying close attention to the colors. The whole home renovation was designed and remodeled to blend in with the existing home design as if it was always there.
Our client and his children are thrilled with their new space and plan on having a fabulous summer filled with teenage entertainment.
Click here to view the construction transformation of our basement renovation: Progress Report: Basement Remodel in Greenwich, Connecticut
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