10 assets Basement Design Photos

Riach Architects
3 Reviews
Trinity Hall
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and big pieces of kit, such as a snooker table, is a treat for a family. This room is biased towards older kids, but a tots’ basement is also a great asset, providing a dedicated area for messy play away from the rest of the house. This mural, commissioned by the owners and featuring all the family members
“open space, cool wall, floor” — charityblue
Asset Property Photography & Media
4 Reviews
Tarragindi Brisbane Downstairs Reno - Luke Murray Builder
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Asset Property Photography & Media
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
18 Reviews
Bright Family Basement
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house, and ductwork that heats and cools it. Sometimes you have to just work with it. "We decided to hide the column in plain sight and make it an asset," Zaeske says. "Not only does the column help define the TV area from the rest of the space, but it is a wonderful platform for the client's favorite
“Color” — rrt3
Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
Pushing the Envelope
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Upgraded utilities are an asset, since the newer furnaces and air conditioners are more efficient and cost effective. Often, they also last longer than their deceased relatives.
“cool system!” — Julia Reshetko
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
traditional waterfront home
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table, bar, home gym and poker area. The structural columns define the two areas but defines the different zones. We chose to make the columns an asset, so we boxed them out and installed sconces.
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
traditional waterfront home
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in a traditional pattern, and marries into the adjacent coffered ceiling. There are always problems when plannning a space. Make the problems an asset.
“Bar face” — Steve Szubrych
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
traditional farmhouse for today
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painted blue to keep it light. Beyond is the bar area, which had a 7'0" high ceiling. This area was a deteriment for the homeowner and we made it an asset. Over the billard area is a double light chandelier, reminiscent of an antique English light fixutre with metal nickel shades
“tv over the bar” — tj09
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
traditional farmhouse for today
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as the coffered ceiling, it feels less like a basement and more like a planned area. This area was a detriment for the homeowner and we made it an asset.
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