Unlocking a Montreal Basement’s Potential
For this project, the clients wanted to spruce up their basement and make it more functional. They knew how they wanted to reorganize the space and were able to come up with specific plans. This led to the creation of an open concept layout with a living room, a sewing corner, and a bathroom featuring a washer and dryer.
The original basement was very dark and unappealing; the floor plan did not allow the space to be fully utilized. To fix this, our Verified Contractor removed a wall and added two French doors to create a beautiful living room. They also removed a closet to add square footage to the bathroom, which features a laundry room and an big glass shower.
A corner just for you
Small corners are tricky to deal with: they can make it really difficult to utilize all the space in your home. One way to reclaim small and awkward spaces is to build nooks to encourage creative endeavours. This family did just that – they transformed a forgotten area into a lovely sewing corner! Basements give you the perfect opportunity to build dedicated spaces for your hobbies.
A classic bathroom with a unique vanity
This classic bathroom features white walls, dark gray ceramic tiles, and subtle pot lights. To add a personal touch, the family repurposed an antique vanity, pairing it with a modern rounded vessel sink and a chrome faucet. This gorgeous clash of old and new truly showcases what’s possible when you give old furniture a new life!
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