50 building a circular deck Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks8,097
Questions9
What type of fasteners did you use? I mean, were they drywall screws... deck-screws...? And what length? Did you also use liquid nails to reinforce? What type of drill-bit did you use? How do I cut the material? Tin-snips? A circular saw fitted with a metal blade? And the trim... what exactly did you use
“Bar stand” — Yoona Chung
Maxey Hayse Design Studios, Inc
Franklin Lakes Residence
Ideabooks6,649
Questions8
May I ask what materials you used to build this beautiful divider wall
Travertine tile with exotic stone around fireplace is very cool. Entry adds drama and builds anticipation of something special.
Circular entrance...arch below decks
“arc” — Ahmed Abdelaal
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Seward Park II
Ideabooks894
Questions2
Unfortunately this was a whole house new build, so we cannot break it down to a renovation cost.
wonder if we could build an entrance like this?
Doors that open up to a patio or deck.
outdoor deck fencing
“Upstairs bedroom balcony options” — nduuani
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
Ideabooks1,370
Questions2
In general would you say building extensions out of concrete is cheap?
I do like the look of the raw and/or polished concrete. Is this also cheap/cost effective when building or does it work out to the same cost as brick and other materials?
If we created a walkout - with a deck over, but a covered patio UNDER.
Exposed conc walls and metal deck
“Exposed concrete” — ringhram
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
8 Reviews
Industrial Chic Basement
Ideabooks3,539
Questions3
circular top pub table
instead of building "bar"
“Barstools” — kharajames
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Lower Level Family Room
Ideabooks46,900
Questions33
I am looking to build a similar fireplace but two stories tall. Do you see any problems in trying to construct this?
circular stacked stone fireplace
“undergroundfloor” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
Ideabooks1,487
Questions2
the photography, so I do not have exact information for you. I have more than a passing interest in mid-century and I believe they followed 1950s building techniques for authenticity. It would most likely be vinyl tiles and not sheet vinyl. There are no grout lines, indicating it is not ceramic tiles
“Love the coke efect” — lindarookstool1953
Advance Cabinetry
12 Reviews
Custom Cabinetry
Ideabooks5,534
Questions4
I want to build a bar with L brackets but my builder says granite is too heavy. What did you use?
circular bar - poker area
“Corbels” — loija
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