You've waited long enough! The basement reveal post is here! We started this the last week in August and the bulk of the work was completed end of October if I remember correctly... maybe beginning of November. There are still things we need to finish as you will see, but it's livable and usable right now. So let's take a tour!
This is me opening the basement door to go down. I love the molding. I couldn't get the light right so it looks dark, but it's really not.
This is the space on the way to the kitchen where the door leads to the back deck.
There is the door.
Let's open up mom's bedroom door shall we!
She also has a fun octagonal ceiling with molding. We put some rope light up there for a nice effect.
Her chaise lounge reading/tv nook.
Her extra large windows with her nature view.
Her walk in closet complete with shelving, a chandelier and a washer/dryer.
Her chandelier which is perfect for the space.
She has a door in her room to access the bathroom where she is a gorgeous walk-in shower.
The pebble stones make a great touch on the ground.
She requested a bench and she got her bench!
A nice little commode area with the half wall next to the shower. I love the floor tiles also.
Max was relaxing on the nice fluffy bath mat.
The vanity and mirror area.
That is the door to her room. On the opposite wall is the door to the craft room/bedroom.
I guess I should have moved these pics earlier, but I took them last so let's make our way back out to the main room and over to the last section. We have our little nook by the back door and then we move on into the kitchen space. Those barstools were ones that our neighbor had by the curb to throw out. The cushions were moldy and I thought we could fix them up. Well they sat in our basement and when we started renovations we had to get rid of them.
You can see what I mean by we had to make some things fit. We have a little blank space back there that we are going to put our wine fridge in once we have time to fix it up and tuck it back in there. We also were able to switch our upstairs microwave/oven with this one. Theirs was convection and really nice. It honestly looked like they never cooked in it... I mean it fit like a glove. They must have used the same builder or manufacturer.
Wall paint color- Porter Paints Stonehenge Greige
Ceiling color- Porter Paint Moth Gray
Trim Color- Porter Paint Linen Ruffle
Wood Floor- Build Direct: Jasper Engineered Hardwood- Harbors Hickory Multi Width Collection
Area Rug- Home Decorators Shimmering Area Rug
Mom's bathroom vanity- Lowes
Chandelier for her closet- I think she got it on wayfair? I'll check on that
White Drum Shade Crystal Chandelier Pendant light for craft room- From amazon