190 Standard Basement Design Photos

Arnal Photography
5 Reviews
Muskoka Cottage
Ideabooks21,928
Questions22
Based on a standard door height of approximately 6'6", these ceilings look to be 9'. The "beams" of the coffered ceiling would reduce that by about 6", but the rest of the ceiling would be at 9'.
than a standard room. Hope this helps.
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 — contrary to what you might expect.
“comfort” — louise624
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Strand Home
Ideabooks7,780
Questions5
with standard fixture parts, down light fixtures embedded into the bottom of the surfboard, and the whole assembly hung from a stem and canopy through which the wiring is fed. Because you don't see the top of the board, the wiring was just run on top.Any clever electrician with access to a wood shop
with standard fixture parts, with downlight fixtures embedded into the bottom of the surfboard. The whole assembly is hung from a stem and canopy that the wiring feeds through. Because you don't see the top of the board, the wiring was just run on top."
“Salle de loisirs” — Anne Marie
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Gameroom
Ideabooks17,416
Questions7
eliminate the standard 4" diameter round black canopies from Tom Dixon. Tech Lighting is the company that offers these discrete mounts. The Tom Dixon's work great over this pool table - good light on the table and they look awesome. Thanks again - dSPACE Studio
to the standards of the rooms upstairs. This doesn't need to be the case. But the challenge of creating an inviting and beautiful space is greater in the basement, where the systems and infrastructure of your house need to be concealed tastefully. A finished basement definitely adds value to your home
“Cove lighting” — jgornowich
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
13 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
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explains.A standard can light went in after the ceiling paint job. Then a piece of painted 3/4-inch plywood was cut to fit between the joists to form a square with a hole cut out for can light housing. The can light has a wall-wash trim ring to reflect light onto adjacent concrete walls.
“painted ceiling” — brocious
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Cortona Game Room
Ideabooks14,233
Questions19
height of a standard door (about 7 feet). Many homes with existing basements have ceiling heights lower than this and may have areas where ductwork hanging below the joists makes the ceiling even lower. Digging down a few feet means removing dirt and concrete, making new concrete footings below the existing
“Couch” — scole31
Ashton Woods Atlanta
8 Reviews
Ashton Woods Atlanta Basements
Ideabooks8,077
Questions7
them a standard bin size.
“Stone wall?” — kimmonaghan
Dream House Studios
5 Reviews
Dream House Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks51,483
Questions27
considered "standard". However most folks are unaware of two important facts. 1. Most slate pool tables are available in smaller sizes, such as seven foot and even six foot. 2. Standard size cue sticks are normally 57-58 inches in length, but most people are unaware that shorter cues are available for sale
table is a standard 4'x8' and the rule of thumb is to make sure that you have 4' on all sides of the pool table available for clearance.
“More basic style game room” — garettin
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
13 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks6,889
Questions12
used a standard brick moulding along the ceiling, 1x4 for the door moulding and 5-1/4" "colonial" floor moulding. Thanks again for the great inspiration!!
Lights are standard cans with black
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