Find Space Underground

Today, many homeowners need more living space – especially given the recent global shifts where social distancing persists and working/studying from home has become a norm. Families and couples are seeking room for office work, school time, play time, and family activities.

Where can you find more space in your home? Some push outward and build an addition, or some do as the Zen masters advise, and look inward.
If your home has a basement, this could be your ideal inward space. Even if your basement currently houses mementos, seasonal items, and other stored goods on cold concrete flooring, there’s no reason this space can’t be cleared to build a cozy family room, media room, auxiliary bedroom, or den.

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Basement Remodeling | Home Renovation | Cornerstone Remodeling

Choose a Basement that suits your needs

Finishing a basement can add livable space and value to a home. Basements are also multifunctional, and provide room for entertaining, relaxing, and family time. Often, remodeling an entire basement can entail a large investment, and Cornerstone offers options to finish the space in phases. 

Throughout the process, clients work closely with an in-house designer to ensure project  alignment, and the basement renovation goals are met in cohesive and beautiful ways!


  • Framing, drywall, and materials required to conceal structural
    columns (as needed)
  • Paint, flooring, trim, and any other accent materials
    (shiplap, board & batten, etc.)
  • Creating unfinished spaces for future projects, such as bathrooms
    or work rooms
  • Providing unfinished storage space and easing accessibility to utility areas, while developing a useable and open floor plan

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Adding a bedroom and bathroom to a basement can increase the value of a home. While many clients desire these spaces for guest use, often they’re needed for relatives or family members for extended periods of time. These spaces can also be used for theatre rooms, dedicated playrooms, or home offices.

No matter the goals, clients work closely with an in-house designer to create areas that are functional and stylish!


  • All items included in the basic remodel
  • Fully finished full bath with tile floor and shower or tub surround, vanity, and fixtures
  • Fully finished bedroom with closet and egress to the outside, along with alterations to any windows as necessary

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The addition of a kitchenette or bar is a great way to add another level of entertaining space to a home. In this type of basement renovation, a variety of details can be applied in customized ways. For some, it may include the simple addition of a sink and small refrigerator, and for others, it may encompass the creation of a full bar with wine storage, seating for guests, and additional appliances.

Clients work with an in-house designer to build a space that will be a showstopper – no matter how they’re using it!


  • Everything included in the previous option
  • Kitchenette with sink, refrigerator, and beverage center; plus additional storage and bar seating
  • Tile backsplash, quartz countertop, and fixtures
    (faucet, pendant lights, etc.)
  • Optional floating shelves, stained to coordinate flooring or cabinets

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Custom built-in are a beautiful way to house books, magazines, and other items clients want to showcase or hide from guests (and/or family). They blend in with a remodeled basement, can be used as a focal point, or serve as an entertainment center.

Another element of this full basement renovation is the finished storage area, which can be helpful for seasonal items and clothes. As always, no matter the scope or size of the project, clients work directly with an in-house designer to turn a dream basement into a reality!


  • Framing, drywall, and materials needed to conceal structural columns (as needed)
  • Custom built-ins made from cabinets or built from rough materials, and finished as necessary
  • Stained wood or natural stone countertops
  • Sconces, in-cabinet lighting, and any other accents (paint, shiplap, etc.)
  • Finished storage area with shelving, flooring, etc.

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