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Brunelleschi Construction
17 Reviews
Dillon
Ideabooks2,830
Questions4
What kind of lights do you put in the ceiling?
Can you please tell me what type of flooring was used in this basement? Were getting our ceilings painted (open look) but, undecided for flooring
Exposed ceilings such as this are usually sprayed using a paint sprayer. Using a sprayer does require more paint but you will be done in no time and will have a more uniform look that you won't be able to achieve using a brush and roller.
Exposed ceiling and sealed concrete floors
Ceiling paint called Dryfall @ Sherwin Williams
painted ceiling vs. a drop ceiling.... cheaper and more open.
Exposed Painted ceiling rough loft look
how it works with poles and the ceiling treatment
Black painted ceiling in the basement.
“Sprayed Ceiling and Concrete Floors” — Lisa Kent
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks32,235
Questions31
high is the ceiling? Are the vents and ductwork covered or just painted? Cool look!
what paint color is the ceiling? did you paint the stairs the same color?
I have wires hanging from the rafters in my basement ceiling, and would like to use this idea of painting ceiling and rafters....but then there's the wires... Thx.
Can you tell me who manufactures the media cabinet? The ceiling treatment is inspired. Thanks for sharing!
any issues with sound upstairs/was anything done to deaden sound downstairs since the ceiling is exposed?
The crown molding against the ceiling
Hi, I am in the process of finishing my basement. I love your concept in this picture. I went to home depot to look at 2 x 2 kiln dried wood and its not the true 2x2 wood. The molding along the ceiling in your pictures looks larger than what i've
“tin wall” — lars009
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks14,506
Questions11
The ceiling looks fabulous! It also looks like it is difficult. How did you do it? Any tips? Thank you.
How tall is the ceiling? Thank you.
Does this ceiling treatment (no insulation) cause heating problems on the main level? Does sound travel up?
I have the same type of basement ceiling, but with insulation. I have been told that removing the insulation would increase
increase my heating bill and that sound would travel. Would like to have access to the ceiling, but don't want to put up an ugly looking metal frame with panels. Any suggestions
The ceilings were sprayed by a professional painter. The noise transmission will be greater between the floors when you removed the plaster from the ceiling. Thanks for inquiring.
“Some exposed cavity/ some closed at ceiling” — myrica4
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16 Reviews
Wood Residence
Ideabooks1,373
Questions4
Your work looks awesome. I've been hoping to remove a low drop - ceiling in my basement but I'm not sure how to plan lighting like this. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!
My basement has insulation in the ceiling...
drywalling the ceiling could be the better option for you.
I just caught the "little-used Living Room" comment. My area will be used. I might be better installing sheetrock or a drop-in ceiling.
Sorry for the slow response ... these are just can lights without the drywall ceiling. We just put
put all the electrical in and simply sprayed the housing and conduit white along with the ceiling.
Only the ceilings. The rest of it causes anxiety.
these are just can lights without the drywall ceiling. We just put
“This is a cute lounge basement. Just change the flooring ground to a different color and its perfect” — Embellishments for Home, ltd
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks3,367
Questions5
Where can we find the ceiling lights? Barn/Industrial Style?
Hi! I like the industrial look on the ceiling. What is the bracket that is holding a lot of your pipes together? It it custom? It's the piece on the top middle of the
Great ceiling idea for our basement
Paint ceiling boards and pipes all white vs ceiling tiles
Basement ceiling and half wall and painted wall
Basement ceiling exposed. Steel supports exposed.
not crazy about design, but looking at open ceiling
Why not to have white ceiling - everything shows!
“Industrial” — rawe1
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks10,573
Questions10
What is the ceiling product? It looks much sleeker than most.
Does the ceiling product come in large sections, and can it be put over heating ducts?
What material was used for the ceiling?
its aesthetic value and did not back it up with the insulation system for acoustics due the the low ceiling height and the thickness of the insulation system. Currently we are specifying an Alpro ceiling panel on another residential project .
What kind of material did you put on the ceiling?
basement - ceiling and floor tile
I like the ceiling and walls
ceiling Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (see right margin comment(
“Would be cool in an underground area (sheltered living room)” — michaelmcc7
Traditional Basement
Ideabooks3,047
Questions4
Could you please tell me what is the ceiling material? Large sheets?
Could you please tell me what is the ceiling material? Sheeting?
I would like to know about the ceiling material as well...please let us know how this was created.
Ceiling and arched stone to bridge support columns - cool ceiling
Cool (but flat) ceiling over pool table
Stone, archways, and drop ceiling look
“Ceiling” — alloyd05
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks6,464
Questions8
What is the ceiling material - looks corrugated.
Great ceiling idea! Do you happen to have a section of this ceiling that you could email? Also what did you use around the light housing so it wasn't exposed? Thanks!
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 in a basement remodel is the low ceiling, often
around the ductwork to make it easy to access during ongoing renovations upstairs. The higher parts of the ceiling are 7 feet high and covered in perforated corrugated metal panels. The new ceiling reflects light, brings in a subtle modern industrial element, adds acoustical value and enhances the horizontal
“for built-in, alternative is just to have space for tv and then underneath and next to tv have cabin” — homedecormom
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