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725 Down Basement Design Photos
Up and down into main areas
I like the step down in the basement
step down...step down area...the step down...stairs going down...step-down space
I like the look of this when u walk down to the basement
To cool down a room's color: Look for a bulb with a temperature close to 4,000 Kelvin. Standard fluorescents will generally cool down a room, but check the numbers. • To most accurately replicate natural daylight: Midday sunlight is around 5,000 to 6,000 Kelvin, but keep in mind that this is very cool
To cool down a room's color: Look for a bulb with a temperature close to 4,000 Kelvin. Standard fluorescents will generally cool down a room, but check the numbers.To most accurately replicate natural daylight: Midday sunlight is around 5,000 to 6,000 Kelvin, but keep in mind that this is very cool light
frame fold down table to maximize the small space, while a leather sofa and exposed brick bring masculinity, warmth, and design to the room.
fold down table
VM Concept Interior Design Studio
Memorabilia Sports Bar
hosed down, that’s probably impractical for most of us. Easily washed down, mopped surfaces will do the trick. Vinyl tile, linoleum and even hardwood are better options than carpet. One of my favorite flooring materials is cork as it’s easy to keep clean and the tiles are easily replaced if damaged
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
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. Actually, it leads to the mechanical room, bulk bar storage and a large refrigerator
Private Residence - West Vancouver
washes down with a little going out. Love them.
going down. This will make the kids more comfortable downstairs.
lights down stairway
lights down the steps
going down steps
Synergy Design & Construction
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
something down under it to protect it from water? We now have new laminate but want to make sure we take the correct precautions in case we ever have a water issue again. Our basement is very dry, just a one time issue. Did you put down radiant heat? And, what type of pad did you use?
wiped down. And that old standby from the '70s, naugahyde (made from real naugas of course).