Basement Party Room

Candice gets a asement primed for professional partying.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionDespite all this space in this basement, it still wasn't suitable for entertaining.
Steve bought his dream home two years ago — a spacious 1960s ranch-style house that is perfect for entertaining. He is a professional merrymaker by trade, and he also he loves hosting home soirees for his friends and family.

The problem was that the biggest room (and best spot for a bash) in his new house is a basement family room that is dark, dingy and sadly outdated.

Steve was eager to transform this room it into something cool and comfortable for his many revelers. So I put on my party hat, called in my design team and got ready to "bust a move" and transform the depressing space into a professional party place.

Everything in the room was outmoded: the aged ceiling tiles, the wood-paneled walls, the vinyl flooring and the hand-me-down (and down again) furniture.