Today we present a collection of images from a remodeled Potomac home, by Forma Design.
Several years after FORMA was commissioned to redesign their two-story 4000 square foot Potomac home, this young family came back and tasked them with bringing the 2000 square foot, unfinished, full English basement up to par with the rest of the house.
They requested all the additional functions that a family with a 10 and a 13 year old needs today to complement their modern lifestyle. A large study room for the kids accommodated computers and filing areas, homework and game table, and ample storage for toys and books.
A large family room with easily movable furniture and large screen video games is complemented with a wine cellar and bar area for the overseeing adults. The basement now features a modern guest suite with sleeping and bath areas. The main stair hall seamlessly continues to the lower floor, and the details and lighting of the main house are mirrored in the English basement, ensuring that it feels like an organic part of the main house.
We hope you enjoy our glimpse at this unique home, packed with fantastic ideas for any designer.
Second view of living room featuring white, black, and red theme. Unique features include “egg” style chair with red seating, sand-texture wall with mounted TV, and cork-topped small seats.
View of kitchen next to living room, replete with dark wood ceiling detail, walls, and shelving, plus white dining counter and modernist stools.
View from inside kitchen, overlooking dining counter with living room in background.
Staircase from main floor, opening to wide hallway with light hardwood flooring, embedded lighting in the drop ceiling, and large art piece on wall.
Study room for children, featuring track lighting over an expanse of white desks and shelving, with light hardwood flooring and bucket style seats.
Guest bedroom featuring white hung ceiling over bed, dark wood bed frame, large brown ottoman, and mirrored back wall.
Wider view of same bedroom, showcasing unique folded wood chair and upper ground-level window.
Wine cellar featuring extensive use of light natural wood matching the flooring throughout basement level.
Bathroom awash in light tones, recessed lighting, dark wood cabinets and large basin sink.
Large glass door shower in bathroom.
View of staircase from main level, replete with light natural wood tones on white paint, with small furniture set in dark wood placed in center.