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For a busy young family, we transformed a cluttered, unfinished 1,500 square foot basement into a multifunctional sanctuary, complete with guest suite, TV area, wet bar, pool table, and personalized work stations for the children. Additionally, we revamped their upstairs laundry room. A fresh coat of paint, a new wet bar, blinds, and a thoughtfully integrated lighting system make the expansive space feel instantly warm and inviting.

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Bethany transformed our cluttered, unfinished, 1,500-square-foot basement into our favorite place in the house! It’s fantastic. We now have an extra bedroom and bathroom, along with a comfortable TV room with a pool table, a stylish wet bar and a convenient laundry room area. There are even three separate personalized desks for each of our children so they can do their homework and craft projects. Bethany is warm, friendly and meticulous. She took the stress out of this project by paying attention to every detail. When she noticed something wasn’t done just right, she made sure the contractors corrected it. I highly recommend her.”

michelle smith

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A discreet pocket door connects the guest bedroom and bath, in addition to the main door, creating a more intimate suite vibe. Now guests can enjoy their own private retreat, while the pocket door to the bath easily slides and hides away when not needed.

A wet bar behind the TV area sets the space up for easy entertaining. Whether it’s pizza for movie night or storage for easy access to family board games, this addition is sure to be enjoyed for years to come.

A Frame TV doubles as artwork when not in use, while a bar-height table behind the cozy sectional offers additional seating (and a seamless transition to the wet bar).

Personalized workstations provide each of the family’s three children with their own special place for homework and craft projects.

Plenty of space for the pool table!

The cheerful laundry room is functional down to the last detail, with plenty of built-in storage and even a drying rail above the sink.

This couple wanted to create a family space that the kids couldn’t wait to hang out in along with a solution to the never ending window glare.

Mom wants to be in the center of all of the family happenings. With a creative built in desk solution….it did the trick.

Twin boys sharing one sink and the bumping into one another we had to come up with some creative solutions. New cabinets with a tower, two sinks and barn door makes this bathroom fabulous. 

Enjoying the outdoors but not their old decrepit deck, this family wanted to design an outdoor living area that was inviting, colorful and inviting for family and friends to hang out around the fire.

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Before & Afters


The first step is easy peasy.