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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.

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
After, pool table area
After, stairway
After, entertainment area
After, 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.

After meeting with the designers, the Sims choose Beth Wilee Jones because her design utilizes the entire space and her proposal of gaming areas are bound to be a hit with the kids.

Wilee Jones uses a combination of textures to bring an earthy feel to the basement and she maximizes seating with leather chairs and ottomans and the large fireplace hearth. The game area has a custom pool table, ping-pong table and 54-inch game table. A multifunctional space is created in this basement, which both the adults and the kids can enjoy for years to come.

Makeover Information

fireplace facade – Centurion Stone
custom entertainment center, kitchen cabinets, kitchen countertops, scrapbooking /computer center, support column panels - Cates Cabinets & Woodworking
brick wall (King Williams) - Thin Brick by Owensboro
firebox - All Seasons Gas Grill & Fireside Shop
stair parts and molding - Harden Millwork and Molding
pool table (Olhausen/Remington 8’) - Kentucky Billiard, Inc.
leather chairs (Lane #15191), leather ottoman (Eddie Bauer Home – "Bainbridge" #15391), table (Ashley Table D477), game chairs ( Fairfield 1000-35, fabric 4805) , desk chairs (Fairfield 1005-35, Kravet fabric 24274-630), pub chairs ( Charleston Forge C725), pub table (Canadel 23A/63A/M with base #9043) - Ford’s Furniture
game table light - Millenium Lighting
pool table light - Murray Feiss Lighting
sconces - Lowe's
ping pong table - Sears
sectional sofa (Sherill/MotionCraft "406"), coffee table (American Heritage), sofa table (Magunssen #36311) – Betty and Tom’s Country Charm
lamps (Uttermost: #27212 "Explorer", Uttermost: #27084 "Xander", Uttermost: #27704 "Soleil"), console table (Hooker #871-85-122), round end table (Hooker #617-50-416) – Thornton Furniture
tapestry (Old World Crest #TAP107-A7) – Tuscany Interiors
large screen TV (60" Ultravision LCD #60V500) – Hitachi
flat screen TV (LCD 1700) – Panasonic
paint (walls: "Davenport Tan", wainscoting: "Twilight Dreams") – Benjamin Moore

Resources(Hide)

    • Custom faux stonework from Centurion Stone
    • Custom woodwork from Cates Cabinets & Woodworking
    • Bricks from Thin Brick by Owensboro
    • Firebox from All Seasons Gas Grill & Fireside Shop
    • Woodwork from Harden Millwork and Molding
    • Billiard supplies from Kentucky Billiard
    • Lighting from Murray Feiss
    • Lighting from Millennium Lighting
    • Lighting from Lowe's
    • Ping pong table from Sears
    • Televisions from Panasonic
    • Televisions from Hitachi
    • Tapestry from Tuscany Interiors
    • Beth Wilee Jones, ASID
      Designer, The Interior Collection
      Phone: 615-824-9564
      E-mail: bjonesdesign@comcast.net
      Website: www.bjonesdesign.com
    • Baylor Anne Bone, Allied ASID
      Designer, Baylor Bone Interiors
      202 North Anderson Lane, Suite 105
      Hendersonville,TN 37075
      Phone: 615-822-3199
      Fax: 615-822-2289
      E-mail: info@baylorboneinteriors.com
      Website: www.baylorboneinteriors.com
    • Tamara Brumley
      Designer, Artifacts Interiors
      Phone: 270-202-7274
    • Betty J. Dils, Allied ASID
      Designer, Nest Featherings, LLC
      PO Box 70008
      Bowling Green, KY 42102-7000
      Phone: 270-342-6797
      Fax: 270-846-3080
      E-mail: fengtional@aol.com
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