Nothing specific about this jumps out other than it seems like a nice flexible space with lots of built-in storage. Hopefully, we can get away from needing the support beams.
Again, this was found prior to hearing we could hopefully get away from the support beams. I was imagining attractively using those to compose an entertainment center. This seems to make the most of some broken up space. The space seems like a fun take on flexible space. Still trying to decide about how I feel about this particular exposed beams look.
An example of kid space and entertainment center mixing. See previous comments from same space.
Just a nice attractive space. I like the vibrant beam colors in conjunction with the other more muted colors. This would feel different from our upstairs maybe and has the benefit of more light from full size windows. But the beams grid is nice.
More traditional, craftsman style. But nice woodwork.
This seems better than a small window and nice for emergency exit. I don't know what other options look like, but here's something for comparison.
Here's an open concept that seems to go too far. A shower next to the eating area? Good to realize there are some limits.
Double doorway makes both spaces feel larger.
I like the partial ceiling (doing a whole ceiling would feel way too dark) reclaimed wood look and integrated lighting. Nothing else from this really relates to what we'd want/need in our basement though.
Usage of furniture to partition usages of the room. Not sure there's really anything too practical to apply from this though, but we've talked of whether we'd want a piano.
Really neat convertible instaguest space.