8 100% cotton material Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
It appears that you used can lighting installed between the joists. What material did you use to screen the cans (i.e. the square elements that are painted brown that spans between the joists)? Nice job!
What type of material is the wall behind the television?
Typically basements range in cost from $25/sf up to $100/sf. I would rather not share specific costs per owner request. It depends on a lot of factors. The costly items that increase square foot cost are the
Sorry I don't have the specification information on the black paint color used for the ceiling. The stair tread and riser material is a rubber product made by Roppe.
“Movie/game room” — Anuja Sharma
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
know I keep coming back to flooding, but it will happen, so plan ahead. If you don't have a system in place to deal with the water, choose a flooring material that can handle getting wet, such as the tile shown in this basement. If you don't have a floor drain, get one installed. It's best to get a drain
“Love the chair pattern and colors” — arode
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
What is the ceiling material - looks corrugated.
What flooring material did you use?
this is a stunning design!!!! Love all the textual details & creative use of material.
These are great for furniture in high-traffic areas, because of how durable they are,” she says.The best and worst fabric choices. Jones says, “Avoid 100 percent linen if you have an active family and don’t like wrinkles. Beyond that, whatever fabric you are interested in, check its details; all fabrics
“Chair from the upstairs placement?” — Tara Verburg
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Kitchen Encounters
15 Reviews
Basement Bar
I can pick almost 100 things I DON"T like about this dumpster fire of a kitchen...the lighting overkill alone is ridiculous and ugly. The whole thing looks like it's straight
Different materials for bar
cabinets, materials
“Funky cool” — robinc231
18 Reviews
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
48-inch-wide secret door that can be pushed open with the touch of one finger. "This door leads down a long and dark cave-like hallway, taking you down 100 feet below the ground surface, where the owners enjoy wine and cheese as they watch leprechauns dancing as they count their pots of gold," Lindgren jokes
“I like the idea of it being in an unusual place” — foutyplan
Daniel M Martin, Architect LLC
5 Reviews
Riverside Basement Renovation
The design features stained concrete floors, feature walls and bar fronts of reclaimed pallets and reused painted boards, bar tops and kneewall of 100 yr old reclaimed pine piers cut into 2" planks and stripped existing steel columns. Decor includes industrial style furniture from Restoration Hardware
barnwood or rustic material on bar
“Poured floor” — rachelbenenati
4 Reviews
A Wine Connoisseur’s Idea of a Basement Entertainment Room
A wet bar/entertainment area was built using Cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Counter tops were made with a special composite material designed for bar glassware - softer to the touch than granite. Photos by on-demand productions
Do you mean that dropped glassware is less likely to break? What is the material?
is available elsewhere. PaperStone is a Certified (FSC, Smartwood, Rainforest Alliance) post-consumer, recycled paper architectural surface material made with 100% petroleum-free, phenolic resins. Water is the predominant solvent.[1] It is primarily used in applications for level surfaces, including table
A wet bar/entertainment area was built using Cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Counter tops were made with a special composite material designed for bar glassware - softer to the touch than granite. Unused space below the stairway was turned into a secure wine storage room, and another
“kitchen basement” — cmbyam
CBWS New Homes & Land
New Construction
Yes 100% sure because I sell it in the Philly market.
Colors and materials
“Stone bar” — Kerry Byrne
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