4,666 crafts space Basement Design Photos

Kimberly Gunia
Finished Basement
Love the double doors separating the living space from the exercise space.
Separate space
“Calming basement colours” — nuquim
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Vanessa DeLeon
Bergen County Residents
Mirrored walls that separate the space
cool idea for sectioning off spaces
closing off the space
gym space
“Door for our closet?” — lsarnoff
18 Reviews
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
Thanks you so much for your comment. It was a very fun project and the owners really love the space and the unique qualities it brings when you physically experience the space.
Like fireplace separating spaces and wood beams
Partial cabinets to divide space
“pergalo” — gcb02
Normandy Remodeling
38 Reviews
Finished Basement Adds Valuable Living Space
Finished Basement Adds Valuable Living Space
Basements can be an exciting space because it can offer up to 50% more livable square footage to your home without adding on. In this basement, created by Normandy Designer Heather Dalskov, the homeowners wanted the bar area to be located near the door to the outdoor patio to create a nice flow when
when they entertain guests. The basement also features a space for billiards, fooseball, a stylish bathroom and a cozy basement living room.
“bar” — jbuffler
Stone+Glidden, Inc
4 Reviews
Contemporary Family Entertainment
The lower level was converted to a terrific family entertainment space featuring a bar, open media area, billiards area and exercise room that looks out onto the whole area or by dropping the shades it becomes private
Pool table in adjoining room - Could swop it out so pool table is next to the bar area and dining table moves to outside adjoining space
“Pool table light” — lisa1514
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
multipurpose room in former unexcavated space
multipurpose room in former unexcavated space
This formerly unexcavated space was transformed into a multipurpose/exercise room/office. The room flows from the hall way without a door way to make the lower level feel more open. The floating ceiling allows for cove lighting making the space feel airy and tall while under the surrounding grade. Photos:
“Can we have door like this in master bedroom” — anjali007
Bobbi Bulmer
A Man-Cave for Golfers
This space is every golfers dream. Designed to look like a club house, it has everything a golfer needs to keep up his/her game at home - no matter what the weather! Visit: ...
Hi Paul, You will be OK with a 9' ceiling for your height. If you like, I can setup a call to discuss your space. We provide free design services, including CAD drawings. We have installed HD Golf Simulators in a number of garages and can offer advice. Our team will work directly with architects and
Love...can you have simulator And tv both here? Great use of long space
“Wow Brad's dream” — kasiesavage
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
The new basement is the ultimate multi-functional space. A bar, foosball table, dartboard, and glass garage door with direct access to the back provide endless entertainment for guests; a cozy seating area with a whiteboard and pop-up television is perfect for Mike's work training sessions (or relaxing
What to do with space under windows
Love the pass-thru bar to the outside party space and the overhead garage door.
“Man cave” — hailey8507
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