Before & After: Hello Lovely’s BASEMENT RENOVATION

This is what one-half of our walk-out BASEMENT looked like BEFORE.

Before and After: Our Basement Remodel

Before & After: Hello Lovely’s BASEMENT RENOVATION

BEFORE

In a word: gnarly. (Gnarly in a bad way, not bitchen like rad surfers we like totally love when we’re on vacation.) I can’t stand venturing down here. Just the narstiest.

The other half (which I refuse to reveal) is an unfinished space male teens hang and rehearse with their screamo band. It has only slightly less gnarl.

We aim to change this.

We’ve begun tackling the first half…800 square feet will become a sort of suite with a bath.

I’m designing, and the studly husband (we’ll call him The Norwegian) is executing. We’re a great team and love such projects. (Full disclosure: we are giddy during the process.)

Before and After: Our Basement Remodel

Workout equipment to be craigslisted. Future bedroom where enormous Belgian sideboard now resides (lower cupboards can accommodate children and of course, they have).

Can you spy The Norwegian?

Ugly. Raw. Gnarlia.

Before and After: Our Basement Remodel

View towards back of the space where bath will be.

INSPIRATION Guiding Us

Exciting news!! We are 90% sure we’re going with white painted horizontal 8″ tongue and groove pine panels for walls, maybe like this:

Not only will this save my husband a TON of mudding and taping, it will cost only $600 extra (for the 800 square feet). We think this will give the space more architectural interest and charm as well as make it more teenager friendly.

These images of London’s Anabel House never fail to get my heart racing…

above images – 1st Option

CONSTRUCTION Begins

Update No. 1: the space has been insulated and partially framed!

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bedroom #1 is huge & our 9′ sideboard may have found a home

Update No. 2: Things are looking a bit less gnarly! Framing is almost done for this 800 square foot suite to transform a nasty dungeon into a lovelier space for our sons (19 and 16) to spend time.

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Our Basement Renovation

This bathroom will serve the two bedrooms. Why pocket doors? We have learned they’re a wise way to capture maximum natural light and conserve space. Since the bath has no window, the pocket door serving bedroom #1 will frequently remain open, allowing in light from the bedroom’s window.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

The property is 1.5 acres on the edge of a preserve. When they’re not drawn like magnets to my SUV, deer, woodland creatures (even foxes!), and turkey peek into our windows. Tis a lovely view out there even now when all is bare and wheat-colored.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Progress!

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Remember the raw basement (above)?

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Skeletons of the rooms are emerging! I’m already charmed by this smaller bedroom #2. It’s an interior room with no window, but my guys actually prefer living as vampires and TV watching without the glare so it’s all good.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Bella Luna will be covered with sawdust a few more weekends.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation
My Home: Our Basement Renovation

A couple inspiring images with details which may become incorporated into the project:

This door! And I am realllly hoping we can do those tongue and groove on the walls!

Gorgeous vintage kitchen in English country house

Update No. 3: Maybe this gothic pattern in one of the bedrooms? But more importantly…

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Brocade Home

E L E C T R I C A L. Time to mark where i want outlets and light fixtures to go…don’t get me wrong. Things are still pretty dang gnarly around here.

Update No. 4: Recessed lights? CHECK.

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Update No. 5: Flooring

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

A peek at the flooring: a distressed maple wood clone. Ya, that means it’s not hardwood, but you’re sooooo not gonna go around shouting our secret and contacting the tabloids, right?

Cuz i have a nail gun, and i’m not afraid to use it.

JK.

i have no idea how to use it.

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Update No. 6: More insulation has gone everywhere.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Also, I have requested lots of dimmer switches.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Boxing in duct work is not the most fun.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

We’re thrilled at how much light streams down the stairs now that the wall has been cut. The other side will soon get knocked down too.

My Home: Our Basement Renovation

Update No. 7: Just a small portion of the pine which will cover the walls and be painted by moi. No, don’t cry for me. I luuuuuuuhhhhhhhhzzzz to paint. Gonna give these flabby upper arms a workout.

Update No. 8: Bathroom materials. What we’re thinking for the floor in the bath (above): polished Venetino marble in a basketweave pattern.

We’re also going with a Kohler Memoirs sink. The mirror above will be a coat of arms Venetian style we already own. And the shower will be marble in a subway pattern.

Update No. 9: So proud of my husband’s work…this man is an attorney by day!

Update No. 10: F R E N C H   D O O R S !!!!!

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Bonjour! So happy these were added to the design. They lead to what will be our college son’s room, and though he really wanted a secret bookcase entry, these allow light from the bedroom window to spill into this sitting room/studio/dance floor.

Despite golf-friendly weather, my husband has been hard at work on our half-basement re-do.

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Very pleased he opted to steal square footage from the big bedroom in order to eliminate a “claustrophobic hallway” effect next to the stairs. Instead, the space feels connected to the sitting area.

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This is looking toward the shower in the bathroom.
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Update No. 11: I hesitate to share the built-in corner cupboard at this juncture since it’s not a certainty yet…but this was one of my recycle ideas.

This monstrous corner cabinet we’ve had for years will be incorporated into the bath’s design in lieu of a tiny boring linen closet. Fingers crossed it will look like a charming built-in when the dust settles.

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Update No. 12: The little bedroom is so dang cute, I can’t even tell you. My in-laws did a whole bunch of work down here.

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Update No. 13: My husband’s buddies have begun helping him with the drywalled ceiling. It’s more of a challenge getting the sheets of drywall up than in other basements we’ve finished because when we built the house we had them dig 6″ deeper to get higher (8’6″) ceilings.

It’s coming together, and my husband agrees the space is calling out for a dance floor so…SHAZAM!

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Disco ball is on its way. You may remember it’s been on my list for some time. Oh yes, there will be shaking of groove things and money makers when this gnarly project wraps.

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far end of the studio – door leads to 2nd bedroom

Update No. 14: Hello Lovely’s man is a L.O.V.E.L.Y.  S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R. Believe it! Smell the pine. Gaze at the French doors. Sit your booty down on a new window seat.

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French doors lead to a spacious bedroom

That man has worked so hard on carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and more on the weekends!

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The wood panels feel very rustic and natural

He’s mine, all mine.

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Inside the bedroom, the walls begin to take shape

Update No. 15: The shower begins to emerge.

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Cement board almost ready to tile

Nice and roomy 5′ x 6′ shower with body sprays. Stone will be installed in a simple pattern.

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Mortar is mixed in the tub above for the LABOR INTENSIVE task of raising the level of the floor for the shower drain. Also, the bathroom floor will be heated!

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Window seat our Bella is sure to adore
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Detail of pine panels
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The other half of the basement we will tackle someday

Update No. 16: We are an ordinary couple…not fabulous but muddling through, clinging to each other, laughing, finding beauty where we can, and spending time together in a former dungeon known as the basement…because of a creative interest we share.

It may not appear close, but this is actually what the home stretch looks like!

Update No. 17: We’ve almost got the flooring complete. And when I say ‘we’ I do mean my husband. Painting is about all I can be trusted with.

this is an area of the studio where the piano will be located

A few months prior, we had this:

the space worked for skateboarding & storage

I painted most of the walls white but decided to let some of the wood walls breathe without any treatment at all.

So no paint on the walls of our college son’s new room–he cannot wait to visit home and check it out.

I’m leaving the closet walls ‘sauna like’ for fun. I can always change my mind.

The bathroom has since been painted, but this gives you an idea of where it is headed and how the venatino marble mosaic floor looks (the shower is the same stone in basic squares–I wanted very very simple and low cost).

Not sure if this is pre-grout or not cuz we opted for a grey grout. I sealed everything a couple of times.

I couldn’t believe how many options there were for body spray installation. In the end, my husband and sons just decided on what made sense to them (they are all the same height).

Door on right is pocket door.

Even my childhood piano which I have played (badly) for as long as my memory goes back got an update–layers of paint then a soap treatment finish.

800 square feet almost finished, and just 800 more on the other side to finish.

BTW. DIY  is highly overrated. We used to go to movies. And cook on the weekends.

AFTER

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It took much longer than expected, but except for some closet organizers in the larger bedroom, the basement renovation project is complete!

We’re calling this space ‘the studio’ for now. There is always lots of music making happening.

Smaller bedroom with painted pine panels.

This is the little bedroom.

Radiant floor heating is pretty awesome!

We went with honed carrera marble throughout (mosaic for the bathroom floor, 12×12 marble tiles for the shower walls) to keep things from becoming a slippery mess.

The built-in corner cabinet in the bathroom has a history. It’s actually a monstrous computer armoire the kids used for years. It became obsolete and was just the right size to use for storage instead of the expected linen closet in the new space.

Painting the cabinet inside and out took FORever, and we included an outlet inside so you can charge your phone or plug in a hair dryer and keep all clutter out of sight.

No one will ever feel claustrophobic in the huge shower. Remember the before?

BEFORE. When we built 6 yrs ago, we had this area plumbed for a bathroom.

Two pocket doors lead to each bedroom.

We don’t want things to feel decorated. Our son Luke’s favorite color is lime green, so we started with curtain panels (color is called citrus) by Annie Selke of Pine Cone Hill.

The pattern is ‘scramble’ and was spotted in an incredible beach house featured in House Beautiful a few years ago.

We have since moved a 9-foot long antique Belgian sideboard and a king-sized bed in hereso it no longer feels as roomy as these photos suggest!

The wood on the walls was kept natural in this big bedroom, so it has a very cozy lovely feel.

We’ve come a long way, baby. Here’s the bedrooms, bath, and studio before:

We had the builder dig 6″ deeper to get higher ceilings.

Instead of seeing the ductwork as an obstacle, my husband did a fabulous job using it as an opportunity to create architectural interest.

During

Things were certainly a dusty mess down here for 9 months. Dust also found a way to penetrate the upstairs rooms.

My favorite shot along the renovation path: the 16-yea-old helping Dad with the flooring.

As far as decor, we like unfussy spaces that don’t feel contrived. We’re trying out furniture/decor we already own and living with it to see what works and what we need to make/buy.

The space has become functional and comfortable! Can you believe we are such insane frugal stubborn DIYers, we didn’t hire anyone for any part of this project???

SO HAPPY WE’RE DONE!

Peace to you right where you are.

michele

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45 Comments

  1. November 19, 2011 / 8:43 pm

    Wow- amazing! What a transformation!! Great job. 🙂

  2. November 19, 2011 / 9:52 pm

    fantastic! I am so impressed! Love how you reused the computer armoire and hung art on the side!

  3. November 19, 2011 / 9:57 pm

    All I can say is – Hello Lovely! I am very inmpressed! Looks like you brought in a whole team of expensive professionals!

    This will add value to your house, my friend! 5 stars!

    Love to you,

    Mon

    P.S Love the floors and the bathroom looks amazing!

  4. November 19, 2011 / 10:58 pm

    Ohhhho my goodness, it's wonderful! So spacious and calming with the beautiful natural wood, and the wonderful whites. I love the white piano… I can't believe the difference, and you did it all yourselves! how cool. I love how you reused the armoire in the bathroom, and the tile is heavenly… Ummm, is this going to be 16 year old heaven? Because it is quite a perfect place for him to hang out…

    Cindy

  5. November 20, 2011 / 12:20 am

    Your family has created a beautiful and totally functional space! The walls are just gorgeous and the bathroom looks so simply pretty.

  6. November 20, 2011 / 12:44 am

    It looks great, love it all and whatba great photo! I would have it on a wall somewhere!
    Debbie

  7. November 20, 2011 / 12:45 am

    Wowwwwww…..! That "studio" is just amaaaazing!!!! Cozy, welcoming, and yet light and airy! A job well done!!!! 🙂

    xoxo laurie

  8. November 20, 2011 / 1:25 am

    You did such a beautiful job. My congratulations to the whole family.
    Best…Victoria

  9. November 20, 2011 / 2:04 am

    This now an amazing room – I am sure you'll fill it beautifully with wonderful furniture – love the piano – we have a lot of music in our home too! I just love that!
    Hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving,
    Kathy

  10. November 20, 2011 / 2:10 am

    i think the laminate flooring was the easiest part of the project! this was our first experience with it. i think it looks a little 'plastic-y' in the photos, but in person, it's great. BUT if we did it again, we would probably go lighter since every crumb shows!

  11. November 20, 2011 / 3:52 am

    Beautiful space! Great pictures. I also love the one with !!!BILL!!! and your son. That is taking DIY to new heights!! The armoire in the bathroom is perfect! Love love love it all.

  12. November 20, 2011 / 1:49 pm

    Michele the space is fabulous! Who cares how long it took since you got it done with your family all by yourselves, great job. It really is lovely and I love your new bath.

    I don't call the husband mister man because of some blog rule it's actually what I call him 90% of the time…lol.

  13. November 20, 2011 / 2:28 pm

    Well done!!!…Fabulous…xo, Mariaelena

  14. November 20, 2011 / 5:31 pm

    Oh oh oh WOW!! Bill is rather fantastically handy, isn't he? What a fantastic job you did and it just goes to show what you can accomplish with blood, sweat and tears!!

    I know when you do work like this yourselves, it takes so much longer and it is so much more time-consuming then you ever realise… but the pride in seeing the finished product is so worth it (even if it doesn't seem it while you are in the midst of it).

    I can't believe how much valuable and beautiful space you gained (it's VERY Scandi – yum yum) but the pièce de résistance is most definitely that bathroom.

    So gorgeous – the tiles you chose and that reconditioned corner cabinet – inspired. So gorgeous, I love it ALL!

    I'm rambling now so I'll shuddup but really really FABULOUS job. I love it!

    Huge hugs lovely xxx

  15. November 20, 2011 / 6:28 pm

    Oh my word, I love it! The walls are amazing. That bathroom is to-die-for. And tell your son that he has excellent taste in favorite colors; I love the curtains!

  16. November 20, 2011 / 6:29 pm

    Oh wow girl is is GORGEOUS!!! I think I would have to stay in that warm bathroom! I love everything about it!!!! You are my inspiration if and when we decide to refinish our basement.

    Thanks for the sweet words and I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

    Hugs and love!!!
    xoxoxo

  17. November 20, 2011 / 8:05 pm

    Thanks for your informative picture story. We are regenerate our attic and the "battle" scars are showing. Thanks for your inspiration.

  18. November 20, 2011 / 8:17 pm

    Just amazing!

    Enjoy,

    CBO

  19. November 20, 2011 / 9:08 pm

    I love it! It all looks incredible and kudos for tackling it all yourselves! We're the same way with out projects! We've gutted our bathroom to get a tub in for our little girl, and my other half and my father are tackling it all themselves! 🙂

    I hope you don't mind if I include your beautiful basement in my Friday Favourites post?

  20. November 21, 2011 / 12:11 am

    Oh WOW!!!

    What I'd give for my basement to be finished. Just can't talk hubby into forking out the moo-lah. 🙁 For now I'll look at the cement walls like yours in the before pictures.

    You guys have done a fabulous job!!

  21. November 21, 2011 / 12:58 pm

    good gracious! that is fantastic. those walls are to die for. great job!

  22. November 21, 2011 / 3:08 pm

    This has come out so well Michele. I love the colors tones in your house.

    And yeah, no more hiding names. I'm through with that too.

    Love the shot.

  23. November 21, 2011 / 4:44 pm

    WOW!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! It looks so beautiful – it doesn't look like a basement at all! I love the wood and the color tones you used… and that bathroom is beautiful! I can't believe you never hired any help! I think it makes this space that much more special! A job well done!

    lol,
    Desiree

  24. November 21, 2011 / 7:24 pm

    complimenti!
    Il legno naturale alle pareti è fantastico!
    nunzia

    cosedilino.blogspot.com

  25. November 22, 2011 / 3:24 pm

    Interesting, I just sent you an email before seeing this and I said how much you're inspiring me to finish one part of my basement. It's a huge part and we want to transform it into a media/theater room. But we'll have to do everything and we have no idea how. Can I call you and your husband over? 🙂 But seriously, we're probably going to do this next spring or summer, because of you! Seeing this is really inspiring and I can't believe you guys did it by yourselves! Congratulations…. don't you feel proud when you go there and take a look? I would!

    Have a great day, my dear Michele.

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  26. November 22, 2011 / 3:24 pm

    Interesting, I just sent you an email before seeing this and I said how much you're inspiring me to finish one part of my basement. It's a huge part and we want to transform it into a media/theater room. But we'll have to do everything and we have no idea how. Can I call you and your husband over? 🙂 But seriously, we're probably going to do this next spring or summer, because of you! Seeing this is really inspiring and I can't believe you guys did it by yourselves! Congratulations…. don't you feel proud when you go there and take a look? I would!

    Have a great day, my dear Michele.

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  27. November 22, 2011 / 3:24 pm

    Interesting, I just sent you an email before seeing this and I said how much you're inspiring me to finish one part of my basement. It's a huge part and we want to transform it into a media/theater room. But we'll have to do everything and we have no idea how. Can I call you and your husband over? 🙂 But seriously, we're probably going to do this next spring or summer, because of you! Seeing this is really inspiring and I can't believe you guys did it by yourselves! Congratulations…. don't you feel proud when you go there and take a look? I would!

    Have a great day, my dear Michele.

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  28. November 22, 2011 / 5:01 pm

    Wow! You and your hubby did a fabulous job with the basement renovation! The bathroom looks stunning, love the tile floors and the built-in cabinet!

    The wall planks is my favorite as well. Very inspiring, thanks for sharing!

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  29. November 23, 2011 / 11:10 am

    It looks AMAZING, my lovely!! Love love love everything about it – what an amazing space you've created – and all by yourselves too!! A huge pat on the back for you all! The tile in the bathroom is fabulous, and I love that you gave new life to an old cupboard. A stunning job, sweet lady.

    (Sorry I'm late commenting on this, as Christmas gets closer, the hours in the day seem to shrink! Too much to do, too little time.)

    Love,
    Meera xx

  30. November 23, 2011 / 1:43 pm

    LOVE how it turned
    out, Michele! And you
    are right, so precious to
    see Bill's hands working
    next to your son's : )

    Sending you HAPPY
    Thanksgiving wishes
    from the Amtrak train
    heading to D.C. from
    NYC!

    xx Suzanne

  31. November 24, 2011 / 2:50 pm

    LOVE IT!
    Turned out so light and bright and airy. I cannot believe that space is your lower level, Michele!
    The bathroom is dreamy.
    Love the woods and paneling and mirrored French doors off the music room. You did an amazing job — all of you!

    Happy Thanksgiving with your four today. Love to you,
    xoxox
    Alison

  32. November 24, 2011 / 4:36 pm

    Dear Michele,

    Thinking of you today. I am thankful for you. You are simply the best.

    Love to you and yours.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Mon

  33. November 25, 2011 / 1:05 am

    Wow…Michele, it looks fabulous. You must be thrilled with the results. Hope you have a wonderful and RELAXING Thanksgiving!!

  34. December 4, 2011 / 9:30 pm

    Oh please…oh please…I want that space in my basement…Santa are you listening?????

  35. December 5, 2011 / 1:07 am

    Very pretty! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

  36. April 14, 2012 / 2:25 am

    Your basement looks amazing. Where did you find the fantastic mirror hanging in the bathroom?? I am so glad I found your blog and will enjoy reading the rest of it.

    Love your name too ~

    Sincerely,
    Michele

  37. May 6, 2012 / 2:38 am

    It looks marvelous! You should be proud of what you have accomplished and I'm sure you will enjoy it for many years!

  38. May 9, 2012 / 6:48 pm

    How pretty! Now comes the really fun part – DECORATING! By the way, I love the reuse of the computer armoire. I've repurposed things like that all over my tiny cottage.

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday again.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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