Indigo Bunting Project
Use the slider bar to see a before and after transformation of this basement finish.
This beautiful Lake Elmo home built in 2001 had all that was necessary for a young, growing family except a finished basement.
This project literally started from a blank slate and began with framing, insulating and drywalling the space which included a family room, bathroom, and 2 bedrooms.
No space was untouched and included electrical, HVAC, lighting, trim & doors, flooring, painting, plumbing, and tiling.
New Koch Cabinets were installed in both the wet bar and in the fireplace area. The cabinetry in the bar was painted charcoal blue. The cabinetry by the fireplace was a maple wood with a pecan stain. Impact Quartz countertops in Ravinia brought in a classic white design with subtle yet defined grey veins. A gorgeous glazed porcelain tile by Emser tile brought in a refined concrete linear texture to the fireplace surround. A 54” linear ProBuilder gas fireplace added the perfect amount of ambiance to this now cozy space.
In the new full bathroom, a fun Hexagon porcelain tile from MSI was used in the shower. In the bar, the hex shape was repeated with the inclusion of an Ascendant 3” hex. The entire space was finished off with a plush carpet from DreamWeaver to usher in warmth and comfort.