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Lower Level LivingPrinceton Design Collaborative
love the hold thing ,, how do it all of it ?
this is a stunning design!!!! Love all the textual details & creative use of material.
The columns are a combination of 4" metal loli columns and some false columns out of 4" PVC pipe. They are all spray painted with Rust-Oleum Hammered paint . The color is Silver
bench and side bar all in small space
All feature lower level tv/bar/living area
bands running throughout the design, a unique corrugated metal ceiling and clever lighting tricks. Custom furniture and careful attention to detail make all the pieces feel like a cohesive and comfortable whole, with inspiration gleaned from midcentury modern and atomic age style. One of the greatest challenges
reflects light, brings in a subtle modern industrial element, adds acoustical value and enhances the horizontal banding theme that works through the room, all the way down to the striped rug. This attention to horizontal lines gives the illusion of higher ceilings.
Memorabilia Sports BarVM Concept Interior Design Studio
Place for all your hats. The stools.
5. A place for all that food. Let’s face it, what’s a football game without tons of food to nosh on? And it has to be finger food: pizza, wings, nachos and so on. No knives and forks to get in the way of cheering, fist bumps and high fives. The ideal place for all that food is a countertop
whimsical, casual space is perfect for mixing it up. This fun sports bar seems meant for a little playful mixing and matching. The bar stools are all the same size, but the different upholstery makes them extra cool.
Muskoka CottageArnal Photography
On the lower level sits a family room complete with it's own kitchenette, full bath, bedroom and walkout to a large patio overlooking the lake. All photos by Arnal Photography
All walls are painted same color. Differences in light make huge change. Suggest painting sample on multiple walls.
different under different circumstances: The day progresses and the natural light in the room changes, seasons change, a couple candles at night or all recessed lighting on full blast changes the appearance. It is worth the expense to paint samples on multiple walls before you commit to a color. The
to affect color through lighting:To warm up a room's color: Look for a bulb with a temperature close to 2,700 Kelvin. Halogens are a good choice, but all types of bulbs are available in warmer ratings.To cool down a room's color: Look for a bulb with a temperature close to 4,000 Kelvin. Standard fluorescents
Riverside Basement RenovationDaniel M Martin, Architect LLC
touches of favorite album covers displayed on wall shelves, a multicolored Buzz mascott from Georgia Tech and a unique grid of canvases with colors of all colleges attended by family members painted by the family. Photos are by the architect.
These pieces were actually done by the family. Each one represents the school colors of all the colleges the family members have attended. The patterns are of their own choosing. I thought it was fantastic.
"My clients are very creative, and they love to do projects," Martin says. They created the artwork on the wall using the school colors of all the schools where immediate family members have earned degrees. The blank rectangle is holding a place for one of their sons while he picks a grad school. The
Basement RenovationPeregrine Design Build
I like all the open space
1. All bases covered. Install open shelving along all the walls of your basement for organized storage. Display household items, games and toys as decor.
Duncan Avenue Basement RenovationRyan Duebber Architect, LLC
Take a look at the other comments on other pictures and you will get all your answers. Thanks for comments.
7. To conceal a mess. It can be tough to hide all the ductwork in a basement ceiling. Covering it with drywall can rob you of precious headroom (not to mention money). An inexpensive solution is to paint
7. To conceal a messIt can be tough to hide all the ductwork in a basement ceiling. Covering it with plasterboard can rob you of precious headroom (not to mention money). An inexpensive solution is
The Overlook at Heritage HillsCelebrity Communities
also like the ceiling wood beams, like the carpet and then built in TV console. Also LOVE the double doors to the media room, but would need to be all wood (no glass) to keep light out, and would be nice to put a bar at the back of the media room as you walk in, with couches/chairs in front looking
I love this room. How much would it cost to build this as an addition? How much to add all the furnishings?
Hi there ...what size is the whole room that I am looking at..the cinema , the pool table area and the bar area please....its all fab !!!! And i have a building crew starting to dig out a basement next week. thanks, Mary, London
How big is the media room area? Does 20'9 x 12' include all the way up to the bar seats facing the projector?
Openness; includes media room, bar & pool room all in one. Love it!
Everything, all in one room for entertainment! Boom! Bam! Pow!
the wall-mounted TV gives it a sports-bar vibe), a small bathroom and a pool table that can occupy guests during half-time. This open-plan room ticks all the boxes on our dream football set-up wish list; how about yours?
Private ResidenceStudio 1200
Chair with Sled Base | All Modern
Basement DenGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
super-darkness of the walls and ceiling in this tiny room makes them recede and the bright fittings pop out at you. IMO - Either go all the way or don't do it at all.
@Conoco you're coming across as stalking or spamming with all your comments on each comment or question...just saying.
Wrapped canvas art: http://www.dolbychadwickgallery.com/painters_html/meyer_html/meyer_all.html Framed art: http://www.ellenmarkoff.com/
Den-ocracy. Change is always good. Turn the office adjacent to the living room into a den that everyone in the house can equally enjoy. Design justice for all!
John Willis Custom HomesJohn Willis Homes
Love everything, stealing the furniture idea for my basemen, now all I need is the color of the back wall? Thank you, looks very welcoming
A viewing room doesn't have to have special architecture. A big screen and lots of comfortable seating are really all you need (oh, and blackout shades).
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