BASEMENT – MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

A basement multipurpose room is specially constructed to meet the needs and interests of the residents, and typically includes a combination of gym, family room, bar, and other amenities. Whether your basement is a small room or takes up an entire floor of your home, there are plenty of options when it comes to using the space effectively.


We are fortunate enough to transform the basement in one of our project into something that better suits the client’s needs and their way of life. Because it is frequently an unfinished room, the basement can be a more difficult space to redesign. Regardless of how gloomy and foreboding your area is, we have a few design ideas we used in our project that will help you turn your basement into a space you would enjoy spending time in.




GYM













The basement is an excellent location for your workout area because it is large enough to accommodate all forms of floor exercises as well as training equipment and storage. In an ideal situation, a home gym would have plenty natural light and ventilation. Creating a positive environment for oneself has an impact on your energy levels as well as your ability to focus during your workout.














It is critical to choose a material that is both durable and safe for your gym flooring. Your flooring should be able to withstand huge weights falling and large equipment pieces while still being non-slip for your safety. In the main workout areas and under the equipment, this usually looks like a cement floor or good hardwood with rubber matting over the top.



One of the key advantages of a home gym over a public gym is that you have complete control over cleanliness. Consider everything from ease of sanitization to air filtering systems and ventilation when building your area.




FAMILY ROOM


For a family room that works for both adults and children, an open layout that leaves tons of walking room for everyone all around is key.













Neutral colors have the effect of making a room feel larger. White, taupe, and grey are examples of neutral hues that can help a room feel more open. You can use these colors for your basement paint as well as furniture with a similar color scheme. Use bright colored throw cushions to provide energy and a dash of color.




BAR


With a basement bar, you can get the party started and entertain your friends and family. Begin with a cabinet, additional bottle storage, a space for glassware, and a sink. Add a magnificent wood bar with a hard surface countertop and trendy bar stools to complete the look.

You may have the illumination and ambiance you want with a nice statement pendant light over the bar area with task lighting.














GAME ROOM


Most people envision a game room with a pool table when they think of a basement room. The basement is an excellent location for this, with plenty of space for a pool table. Stack 'em up and have fun with the games!













SPA ROOM


After a long day at work, coming home to a peaceful in-home basement spa would be ideal for some serious relaxation.












Opt for lighter, earthy tones for painted walls. Pale green, cream, and buff are ideal for creating a light but peaceful mood in the room. The value of having a calming and uplifting color cannot be emphasized. Your tile, stone, and accessories will be focus points, but the importance of having a soothing and uplifting color cannot be exaggerated.


When it comes to using a spa, light is crucial. You want the lights in your spa to be dimmed when you're relaxing. The installation of dimming lights is a simple solution.

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