9,300 creative design Basement Design Photos

jiushi90
nice color
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Questions4
How creative....thats wonderful....creativity at its best...
interesting design option...Exceedingly creative book shelf...Creative design...very creative . I like...The bookcase tree design
“Cool” — Kris Jackson
Kitchen Encounters
16 Reviews
Basement Bar
Ideabooks4,716
Questions11
LOVE THIS ROOM! Creative, Fun, full of life! Not cookie cutter at all! Kudos to the designer!
Where did you find the yellow chair and ottomans? This is a very creative space. Love it.
who think their taste should be everyone's taste. Personally I love the creativity go the room!!!
this for a kitchen. Also weird that he'd be so rude about someone else's design on a public forum like this one. Whatever. This bar kicks ass and I he
Creative, Fun, full of life! Not cookie cutter at all!
Love the whimsical design of the bar and fun color choices.
Cool design on the bar and love the yellow chair with the built in end table
Very creative! What a fun place to be.
“Color scheme” — Leslie Schrimper
LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Shingle Style Basement Media/Office/Fitness Space
Ideabooks11,369
Questions10
What is the floor, wood or vinyl? If vinyl, what is brand and design?
doors like this one were common in old Indian homes. There carve intricate designs on the wood, and even use brass studs and ornamentation. The antique doors
visiting India, or willing to transport from India, you may get better designs and deals.
Another creative way to add lighting to a basement without losing ceiling height is by
Color scheme and design /layout and use of space in the room.
Another creative way to add lighting to a basement without losing ceiling height is by
Exploit soffitsAnother creative way to add lighting to a basement without losing ceiling height is by
“Lights in soffits or on side” — p3tunia52
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
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13 Reviews
Contemporary Pool Tables
Ideabooks612
Questions1
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Mesa de bilhar com design diferente....It's creative design is inspiring!...Design of pool table
“Pool Table” — sdam
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Moves Turn a Toronto Basement Into a Stylish Rental
Ideabooks2,844
Questions3
My Houzz: Creative Moves Turn a Toronto Basement Into a Stylish Rental
Photo: Andrew Snow Photography © 2013 Houzz Design: Creative Union Network
Chair: Poang, Ikea; open shelving: Lack, Ikea; pine shelving, coffee table: Creative Union
Poang, Ikea ; étagère ouverte : Lack, Ikea ; étagère en pin, table basse : Creative Union
“Benches along the edge” — pvspanel
CHC Creative Remodeling
5 Reviews
Lower Level Finish with Home Theatre and more!
Ideabooks10,580
Questions5
The creative team at CHC Creative Remodeling designed and built this cool custom welded-steel bar, completed with a rough hand-hewn white oak bar top!
Basement design
“not much room for L couch facing TV in basement; we need layered/deep seating like this bar behind b” — cprincer
Gander Builders
12 Reviews
Nebraska
Ideabooks22,794
Questions17
Does your home feature an indoor sports court that your child helped to design? A theater where your kids and their friends watch their favorite videos
sparks creativity!...Creative ideas....Design idea is very natural
“kids playroom?” — Jellydiamonddiva Andrews
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks16,689
Questions14
levelor blinds so you can see in and out and the hardware would need to be designed in such a way that it doesn't look unsightly from the back.... I know
poles covered by wood, areas designated by furniture
CHARLES AND RAY EAMES: creative inventorsThe contributions that Charles and Ray Eames made to Herman Miller and to design in general in the 20th century
television and the kids at the same time,” says interior designer Lisa Wolfe of Lisa Wolfe Design. “Figure this out before you determine which section of
furniture, decorative arts, architecture, film, technology, graphic design, set design, industrial products … the list goes on. Together, Charles – an architect
Pictured: Eames Walnut Stool (1960). Ray designed a series of occasional pieces to accompany the executive chairs designed by her husband Charles for the lobby
“sotano” — mtagliani
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