Qualified Remodeler Magazine

DEC 2018

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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which was maybe half-finished and the other half un- finished, and see what would be possible to expand the finishes and create some entertainment spaces, some game areas and then also have an exercise room as well. ey also wanted to have a bathroom with a shower that the kids could come in [and] out of the pool and rinse off before they head upstairs and walk across wood floors. "We came in very early in the process in terms of the design and worked with the homeowners throughout the whole process from start to finish of construction," he continues. "is was a newer home [so] there were higher ceilings and, on one side of the house, was a walk-out and a modest amount of natural daylight that filters in. ere was an existing door that leads to the backyard and short distance to the pool, so that was a natural pathway to utilize for the bathroom and cubbies for the towels and whatnot." A goal for the space overall was a less "basement-y" feel, so partitions were eliminated to create a more open space as well as allow daylight farther in from windows near the walk-out area. e project maintains the basement space's existing footprint but taps into square footage that was previously unfinished. While openness was a driver, the clients sought defined areas for games, an adult social and TV space, and a bar area. Additionally, a pre- existing exercise room was enlarged but kept as a separate enclosed space. e basement's pre-existing bathroom MASTER DESIGN AWARDS 2018 BASEMENT GOLD COMPANY INFORMATION Krieger + Associates Architects Inc. Philadelphia, Pa. kriegerarchitects.com Orion Builders/Remodelers Ardmore, Pa. | oriongc.com PROJECT INFORMATION Project name: The Perfect Gathering Place/Perricelli Residence Project location: Chestnut Hill, Pa. Square footage: 1,900 PRODUCT INFORMATION Flooring: Graf Brothers tongue-and-groove engineered white oak Fireplace: Travis Industries 4415 direct vent double- sided gas fireplace, provided by Salters Fireplace Accent tile: Joanne Hudson Waterfall tile: Walker Zanger Stone-look tile: Anatolia silver ash travertine split face Bathroom tile: Carrera marble Paint: Benjamin Moore Cabinetry: Custom shop- finished cabinets by Village Handcrafted Cabinetry Recessed lighting: Lightolier Low-voltage, linear cove lighting: Con-tech Wine cellar: ½-in. frameless glass enclosure Wine room hardware: Brushed stainless steel ladder pull hardware by C.R. Lawrence Wine room racks: Wine Enthusiast Bar sink: Franke Plumbing fixtures, faucets, bathroom accessories: Supplied by Ferguson BEFORE BEFORE Photos: Jeffrey Totaro QualifiedRemodeler.com QR December 2018 15

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