Bowling Green Basement

Homeowners Hugh and Stacey Sims hope one of three designers can make their basement a unique space suitable for both adults and kids.

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Before, pool table area

Hugh and Stacey Sims bought a large traditional Tudor-style home in Bowling Green, Ky., three years ago.

Before, stairway
Before, entertainment area
Before, desk

While they’ve redone much of their dream home to suit their family’s needs, they are unsure what to do with their finished basement. They hope a designer can make this a unique space suitable for both adults and kids.

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