This spacious basement renovation features a garage door that links together indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing for easy transition between the pool table area and covered patio. The adjacent great room provides additional space for relaxing and entertaining.
This spacious basement was renovated to include a wet bar with industrial pendant lighting and a stainless steel countertop. The nearby staircase features a stone covered accent wall and hardwood steps.
This spacious basement renovation included the addition of a great room, complete with a brown L-shaped sofa and striped chaise lounge. The exposed beam ceiling completes the look of the space, while a nearby garage door offers natural light and adds an industrial look to a pool table area.
This spacious basement great room features an exposed red brick wall that acts as a focal point for the room's otherwise traditional decor. A natural wood entertainment center is positioned in front of the all, while a matching coffee table sits at the center of the sitting area.
This spacious basement great room features traditional furniture, include a brown suede sofa and neutral striped armchair and ottoman. The exposed beam filing completes the look of the space, while the nearby fitness room and bar provide additional areas for entertainment.
The light hardwood flooring brightens this traditional living room with neutral sectional. A circular patterned ottoman and striped patterned rug add shape to the room while orange throw pillows provide a pop of color. The dark wooden entertainment contrasts against the neutral color scheme of the room. A modern fireplace is set in a brick section of the wall to complete the room.
Designer Jillian Harris had the closet torn out and installed a decorative headboard to turn the unorganized basement into a relaxing master suite complete with calming accent lights and a new hardwood floor, as seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, Too.
After: The former rec room is barely recognizable in its new incarnation thanks to HGTV's Income Property. For the entire basement makeover, the homeowner opted for a $50,000 renovation plan that could potentially net an additional $1,300 per month in rent income.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this new basement living area features a flagstone fireplace with gas logs and flat-screen TV mounted and framed above the mantel. An exposed-wood archway, comfortable seating and casual but sturdy furnishings all help give the space a welcoming and informal feel designed to suggest the atmosphere of an English pub.
Designer Justine Sterling renovated a low ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial with a primary focus to create a small arts and crafts studio. The basement space could solve some of family’s increasing need for a place to store shoes and coats by creating a mudroom niche, a small laundry area and even an upgrade to the teeny powder room.
As seen on Rev Run's Renovation, this bathroom was updated with a floating vanity and a sleek integrated sink. A narrow mosaic tile border brings out the earth tones in the room, while an x-base stool keeps the look modern.
The designers' goal with this home's renovation? Create a family-friendly and stylish space for a young family. Using white walls as a base, layers of color and texture were added to create a room that's warm and comfortable and not at all precious.