This project involves the complete transformation of the basement of a residence in Brentwood, Tennessee into a beautiful guest-friendly space by David Rosenkranz Custom Homes. The entire interiors scheme was completed by Eric Ross Interiors to create a luxe-modern aesthetic throughout. The brand new space serves to not only entertain overnight guests but make it feel so warm and welcoming that they will never want to leave. Comprised of 2,500 square feet of living space, which includes a spacious entry foyer which transitions into a dining area. “The dining room’s main focal point are two red pendant lights, intended to accent the clients treasured print “Mark McGwire” by LeRoy Neiman,” states the designers.
Entertainment spaces are abound in this stylish basement re-design. This includes a pool room that comes complete with a game table and media lounge area. This space showcases a wall-mounted fireplace, which can also be viewed from the basement bar area. Directly off the media lounge is a fully stocked bar with a pub table, which offers guests a place to enjoy a round of drinks after viewing a sports game or shooting pool. To top it off, this basement also offers a workout area and a craft station, this is for the homeowner and their pre-teen daughter to exercise or work on projects together.
What We Love: The transformation of this basement into a stylish and usable living quarters with entertainment spaces is a treat for the eyes. There are so many homes with basements that are used as storage areas when they can be transformed into something very useful and livable like this basement. The designers did an amazing job of brightening up this space and making it into a fantastic space for their overnight guests… and who would want to leave?
Readers, what are your thoughts on this basement transformation, do you you like what the design team has done? Let us know why or why not in the comments below!
The guest quarters features an elegantly designed full guest suite, including en-suite bathroom and a laundry room. Notice how the mosaic tile in the bathroom has been repeated in the bedroom chandelier, light fixtures and mirror.
Photos: Pro Media Tours
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