Many people consider an empty basement to be a chance to create a gaming room…the ideal location to relax, unwind, and have fun. If that is your objective, you must first pick what kind of gaming room you want. It may be as basic as a billiard table, or it might incorporate old arcade gaming equipment if space allows. There is also the option of outfitting your basement with cutting-edge game systems. Following this decision, we will prepare designs for the general design of the basement.
Specialty items: Custom wine cellars, wainscoting, and crown molding, bespoke built-ins, custom ceilings, and fireplaces are examples of specialty products.
Game rooms: Basement gaming areas include old-fashioned arcade games, foosball, ping pong tables, and pool tables.
Additional rooms: Home offices, art areas, and children’s playrooms.
Bedrooms: Separate bedrooms for adolescents, an in-law suite, and an out-of-town visitor.
TV areas: The basement may be used as a high-end theater or TV entertainment room.
Bathrooms: These might range from simple to luxurious spa-like steam rooms and showers with heated flooring.
Workout rooms: They may include rubber flooring, wall-to-wall mirrors, and strong lighting.