700 concealed kitchen storage Basement Design Photos

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Jenifer St. Residence
Ideabooks25,137
Questions8
left side of moms kitchen area
Love love love laundry storage room
note support for desktop/counter, make thicker and into a pull out like a thin spice drawer from a kitchen for office supplies
Love the storage under the stairs
under stair storage and nerdy desk area
love the under the stair storage
way the family would use each zone in the space. This mom's command central has loads of storage — overhead, on the desktop and underneath the stairs — including flat files, room for wrapping supplies, and storage for adult and kid craft supplies. Well-placed lighting, electrical outlets and a fabric-covered
Mix storage to meet your needsThis space has been fitted with a series of chunky drawers, cubby holes and wide, slim drawers that answer the needs of the owner. Work out what you want to use your storage for, then have it designed accordingly. It might be
“Under stair storage” — charonclute
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Basement Bar and LEGO room
Ideabooks8,558
Questions4
A custom built room for LEGO storage also provides a backdrop for a Media Room and a nearby bar http://jwphoto.com/
In a comment thread below the designer (architect? builder?) said: "the storage is a mixture of IKEA (the uppers) and Sterilite drawers (the lower storage). We designed custom shelves and racks to hold them all" So that would mean Trofast bins with a custom system
The storage bins are indeed IKEA Trofast bins with custom shelves made to work with them. The things that look like speakers actually are speakers! There's
Lego storage on the left. Love the subway tile
This basement not only serves as a bar, but as a storage room for LEGO pieces. Talk about organized!
I love the work space and the storage organization.
“Bar top” — cairnssj
JALIN Design, LLC
18 Reviews
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
Ideabooks14,006
Questions8
I need to cut a glass tile for the wall for my kitchen but I need to know how to cut it in half
Behind the kitchen should have a big store room. Bigger store room tidy the kitchen looks.
Level: With one finger push, the bar area conceals a 48" secret door which leads to the mechanical room, bulk bar storage and a large refrigerator and freezer.
like the idea of a secret door behind a bar or kitchen( Used for storage?
Secret door to storage lock so can lock up alcohol
Another great detail: The bar and kitchen area conceals a 48-inch-wide secret door that can be pushed open with the touch of one finger. "This door leads down a long and dark cave-like hallway, taking you down 100 feet below the ground surface, where the owners enjoy wine and cheese as they watch leprechauns
“floor” — williamjackson2
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
Beckwith
Ideabooks42,852
Questions14
I love this. I am planning on doing something similar in front of a storage room.
the fake storage wall on the door
concealed mechanical room
Awesome hidden storage room
hidden storage similar
hidden door to storage/mechanics
Great Wall of storage
Door to storage room
Great storage disguise
Shelf hiding storage
Display space and hidden storage
Door with storage shelving.....
Hidden storage area...Door to storage...Secret storage...hidden storage
“Hidden storage area” — charonclute
Teri Interiors
2 Reviews
Eclectic Spaces
Ideabooks6,845
Questions1
My client wanted a multi use area with storage. The moving bookshelf doors hide a large cedar closet. The color change on the ceiling is to prevent large amounts of reflection to impact the theater. Photos taken by John Smith
Interesting space with huge amounts of storage, which is always handy. Do you know what kind of hardware was on the pivoting bookshelves that conceal the cedar closet? Thanks
bookshelves with a secret door to storage???
Hidden storage, floor to ceiling built in shelves
Storage behind lovely library or maybe a secret reading room!
“hidden bookshelf hinge contact” — wangdoom
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks9,756
Questions6
put this in basement kitchen, have laundry below useable counter space on top for kitchen/or laundry
add storage under windows in gym
Basement storage white cabinets
storage under window
storage around high window
smart storage...basement storage...Storage shelves...storage cabinets...storage cove...Built in storage...storage under the...storage under
“smart storage” — lauriejgriffin
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks15,270
Questions12
how did you conceal the wires that would also be exposed?
How to whitewash oak kitchen cabinets
I am considering whitewashing my flat panel kitchen cabinets. Are there photos and instructions available?
The bulkhead down the middle of the space conceals a steel beam, ductwork, heating hot water pipes and some wires. But, on the whole, we did not conceal the wires. We only minimized the wires and made them more tidy before painting all white. Track
Conceal pillars, pipes and other less-than-attractive details. Check with a knowledgeable source before covering anything, to be sure you are not creating a safety hazard or blocking needed access. That caveat aside, it can be worth it to invest some of your basement budget into coverings (like the sleek
“krukjes” — katrijnbervoets
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks28,542
Questions19
Hi Emily Marker, We used our best judgement to minimize and conceal the wiring and cables in the ceiling and then painted everything white. Thank you, marketing@wentworthstudio.com p.s. please check out our eBook
Thank you for the compliment! To see another design with pillars, check out this basement we did with tapered columns flanking a custom built-in storage cabinet. Notice how the coffered ceilings give the columns purpose. http://www.wentworthstudio.com/portfolio/remodeling-ideas-and-pictures/70
upstairs -- presumably due largely to the current drop ceiling. If we remove the ceiling tile, I'm concerned about how much noise will penetrate to the kitchen and family room upstairs. Since we've been living here almost 20 years, adding a sound attenuation mat is not an option and the floors are largely
“wood strips over the concrete? concrete floor scored and stained” — 2machere
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