First impressions are everything and hollow core bi-folding doors are not the feeling I was after for the first impression upon entering my home. Removing the closet doors and building a
custom bench complete with drawers, baskets, and hooks for a beautiful, comfortable and functional space was the perfect solution. Visit my blog for more details on this and many other home projects! http://wovenhome.blogspot.com/2012/07/entry-...
After the earlier purchase of a Fulford home in Belleville, IL, these clients contacted
Fulford Home Remodeling to expand their home using the unfinished space in their basement. The client's ideas and dreams were brought to life with Fulford's initial 3D virtual design that included room for the new pool table, a ¾ bathroom, kids play area, custom kitchen-sized bar, and a theater room complete with a surround sound system, component niches, a coffered ceiling, and an arched opening. Custom bar amenities included "rustic-alder" cabinets, granite countertops, bar-height seating for four, full kitchen appliances, glass-display cabinet doors, and a stem glass holder above the stainless steel sink. Other basement features included multiple lighting options, "Alterna" tile floors, an aluminum open-baluster stair system, and round colonial columns to cover existing support posts. A great design, attention to detail, and final finishes ensured that this lower level will be enjoyed by many friends and family for years to come.
Commented on Jul 19, 2012
That is so pretty, I miss having a basement, I hope they don't have to worry about getting