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RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Full interior remodel
Ideabooks21,636
Questions13
techniques for building a basement that will ensure there is no damage due to water in the basement of a home, for years to come. Your image would be perfect
What is the type of treatment has been used for that concrete fireplace?
As I'm considering stained concrete for our lower level recreation/guest quarters and I also want to consider concrete (with some interest - color or
This is actually a stained concrete. The floor is not perfect becuase the house was remodeled, but it is cool looking!
the fireplace is a concrete tile with a rough texture.
The surround is a concrete paver. It's from a Texas based company - Stone Creek Pavers and the color
accent wall in this room feels anything but cold and aloof, despite the concrete, marble and gray.
“Foyer” — linepom
JAC Design
1 Review
Lake House
Ideabooks9,370
Questions6
Beautiful stained concrete floor gives the illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by rough laid brick which backs to the crawl space. Custom
“Basement with open ceiling and stained concrete”
things! 1) polished concrete floor 2) brick wall 3) white painted ceiling
Beautiful stained concrete floor gives the illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by rough laid brick which backs to the crawl space. Custom
“Beautiful stained concrete floor gives the illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by rough laid brick
Wow that floor looks like water
“Beautiful stained concrete floor gives the illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by ro” — mssmss
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks8,449
Questions9
painted concrete floor? Would the paint rub off? I'm just curious as I like the idea of this, or stained concrete, but it sounds like stained concrete may
maintain the look? (I would love to do this in my basement to cover my gas/water tank).
slab. You want to make sure the paint/ stain penetrates and grabs into concrete pours. If there is any concern with moisture i would not recommend an epoxy
Painted concrete floor, corrugated galvanized metal wall to hide hot water heater/furnace
Corregated wall - could be good for hot water heater
Concrete floor with corrugated steel. Pretty cool
touches mesh with the utilitarian elements often found in basements and the concrete floors. For instance, Duebber used a galvanized metal wall that's curved
“corrugated galvanized metal wall” — dlrestivo
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Brunelleschi Construction
19 Reviews
Sarlo
Ideabooks6,475
Questions6
this basement with nearly 6 feet of water, so we started with a complete gut renovation. We added polished concrete floors and powder-coated stairs to withstand
Concrete floors media room simple design
Kind of like the concrete floors but soft rug and colors
polished concrete floors - grey walls...Concrete flooring...polished concrete
“wall color.” — mona389
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
12 Reviews
Basement Remodel
Ideabooks8,520
Questions7
Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc. And sometimes after I lay out the bar, bedroom
pump to push it uphill. Even if your waste stacks go down through the concrete slab, you may still need a new pump if you lower your slab by just a few
“Bathroom” — jlynphd
Brunelleschi Construction
19 Reviews
Sarlo
Ideabooks352
Questions1
this basement with nearly 6 feet of water, so we started with a complete gut renovation. We added polished concrete floors and powder-coated stairs to withstand
love the floors - would you share what color was the concrete stained before polishing?
polished concrete...Polished Concrete...concrete floors, small kitchen, stairs
“Houzz” — rebeccao250
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks14,431
Questions15
We have painted concrete block walls in our basement and I'm trying to find a cheap fix without
use for the for the walls? Is it a water proofer or something similar?
Yes, the floor is painted/stained concrete (existing) with rugs. According to
coming back so quickly. So if I only wanted to use existing walls with no water it would have cost round about 20k?
The can light has a wall-wash trim ring to reflect light onto adjacent concrete walls.
“Ceiling color” — slflynn23
Synergy Design & Construction
8 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
Ideabooks39,561
Questions23
to protect it from water? We now have new laminate but want to make sure we take the correct precautions in case we ever have a water issue again. Our
techniques for building a basement that will ensure there is no damage due to water in the basement of a home, for years to come. Your image would be perfect
Confused here a bit. What does vapor have to do with protecting the floor from water damage if there's a flood? Also, the other question was regarding radiant
this is a basement, there is no subfloor save for the underlayment on the concrete slab. -Emily
only provides protection from moisture that will naturally permeate the concrete floor and will not prevent floor damage. The floors in this basement do
“Cool setup of the basement” — airanne
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