Wanting to preserve a little family history while also adding another splash of their personality, this family requested that OHi rehabilitate a door from their old garage into a sliding door for their basement gym. Our carpenters excitedly took on the special project and cleaned up the door (only a little bit, though, because the family wanted to preserve the character, including any knicks and ings it may have already had). They then painted it black, attached it to tracks, and ensured the opening to the gym was large enough to accommodate the door. This helped further the personalization that can be found throughout the space, whether on the sports memorabilia wall or the must-play golf simulator.
Before: The basement was left unfinished. There were no divisions between the rooms. The flooring was cement. Every support beam was exposed.
After: Drywall covers the wall and ceiling. Soffits enclose any exposed pipes. Window treatments cover the egress windows. A gorgeous wood-look LVT is installed on the floors. There are clear doorways delineating new rooms. The under-stairway space has been supported and transformed into a beverage center.
Before: The basement was dug extra deep when these homeowners custom-built their home. The unfinished space showed an exposed ceiling along with cement floors. A makeshift basketball court originally filled the space.
After: drywall is added, and the ceiling is installed with a few soffits to hide pipes. Canned lighting helps brighten up the space. Faux grass flooring is installed to mimic a golf course. The gold simulator is installed. Intricate molding lines the walls surrounding the outlet.
Playroom & Sitting Area Flooring: Adura Max Kona Beach LVT
Gym Flooring: Stacked
Beverage Center Cabinetry: Sorrento Maple in Distant Grey
Beverage Center Hardware: Top Knobs in Honey Bronze
Beverage Center Wine Cooler: Azur
Bathroom Cabinetry: Sorrento in Clear Alder
Bathroom Hardware: Atlas in a black finish
Bathroom Floor: Essentials White Vena Matte
Plumbing & Toilet: Kohler