Combination engineered hardwood and ceramic tile flooring is a key feature of the transformed, existing main recreation space. Other features include a floor to ceiling stone accent wall, a large timber light fixture, and seating beneath the stairway.
Wet bar finishes include espresso cabinetry with Quartzite countertops, timber ceiling beams, wood columns and a natural stone veneer wall and backsplash. Clear glass shelving above puck lights highlight notable pieces of the client’s liquor collection. Also incorporated are a pantry, undercounter lighting, ice maker, fridge, wine cooler, dishwasher and microwave.
The layout of the addition encompasses a gym, office and flex room. Gym finishes include rubber flooring and a bright accent wall for motivation during workouts. The office has outside access and stained concrete flooring with radiant heating. Pocket doors open to the flex room with custom built-ins including a Murphy bed that transitions the space from poker to guest room.
Back in the original basement, a theater room was constructed from the former mechanical room and staircase. Padded theater doors stand out in the main recreation space, and raised seating and a tray ceiling inside make for an unbeatable viewing experience.
Former storage space is now a full bathroom with ceramic flooring, a tile shower, cabinetry in Maple Onyx finish and cultured marble countertop. The former bathroom is now a mechanical space.