Among the many reads during the Chateau Shereé versus Moore Manor showdown, one of the most memorable may have been the shade that Kenya Moore decided to throw at Shereé Whitfield's unfinished basement during her housewarming party. But Shereé doesn't hear it because she's more than fine taking her time to customize the lower level of her palatial Atlanta mansion.
"You know people buy brand new homes, they buy older homes where the basement's not finished, not completed — but I am working on the basement," The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom told The Daily Dish, adding that when it's all done it's going to have something for everyone. "The basement has a theater. It has a gym. It has a sauna. It has a game room, a family area."
Shereé has also since put the finishing touches on her kitchen — including installing the appliances, which were also MIA during the party that aired during the Season 9 finale. "So the thing with the appliances is that when you order appliances, high-end appliances, they can come for custom. It's called panel-ready. So my kitchen was custom-built, so my guy, he made panels for my appliances. So the appliances were all ordered with panels, which is why you see the white so that it looks like seamless cabinetry," she said. "So having them in there just pulled everything together. I mean it looks, not to brag or anything, but I really love my kitchen. So I definitely needed it there. And now I have it and it just pulled everything together."
With summer right around the bend and the Chateau more or less done, Shereé has a few other exciting endeavors in the horizon. "I'm also excited for definitely continuing my book tour [for Wives, Fiancées, and Side-Chicks of Hotlanta]. [I've] been meeting a lot of really great people. Of course, Real Housewives fans and just fans period. So I've been getting a lot of love with that. Also [busy as] momager [to] Kairo. He's here in New York. He's meeting with a couple agencies and designers today, which I'm really excited about that and he started a t-shirt line, inspirational tees. And just being in the house, finishing my basement, and just enjoying life and just relaxing. I don't feel like I've relaxed in five years. It was just work, work, work, work, work. Now I'm at my own pace."
Take a deeper look inside her home, below.