10,450 design on doors Basement Design Photos

OakWood Renovation Experts
41 Reviews
Holland Ave Basement
Where does the satin glass door come from in the back of the room?
To be honest, I'm not sure. This is a standard 15 lite door and I think the client applied a film to the clear glass to give it the look it has.
Bath in portion with window - use glass door to allow light to still shine through
Opaque door to help light keep expanding
Glass door to help area seem more open inside apartment.
white 15 lite door in basement with fogged glass
“Colors” — cellsplitter
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Krause Construction Denver Colorado
4 Reviews
contemporary basement projects by Krause Construction
Where did you find the half door or how did you make it.
What are the measurements for the window, doorway and door?
I am trying to locate a supplier to buy a similar door for my basement crawl space, can you provide assistance
Thank you! Love it, and love the dutch door too. We are working on a playhouse under our basement stairs and this is what I had in mind.
Sorry, I simply don't know. The duck was provided by the owner and not part of our work or design.
Mini door into play room...w/ window and or 1/2 door, so adult is able to supervise.
Carpeting and storage space behind door
builder-grade houses contain hollow-core doors. These doors have a real-looking wood grain but are made up only of ¼-inch-thick parts, and are essentially cardboard and air inside. While hollow-core doors can be fine for certain rooms, I try to use solid-core doors for the bathroom to keep the bathroom
“Le poussin à bascule” — Christine Sanchez Gaspard
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Game Area
From what store is the front door
If you're talking about the door in this photo, it is custom... If you're talking about the front door, which is located in a different photo, it is Pinecrest. Thanks!
Brandi Hagen from Eminent Interior Design.
They were purchased through the interior designer, Brandi Hagen of Eminent Interior Design. Thanks, and good luck!
Wall and door for man cave/wine room
Like the shape of the doors and the round ceiling treatment over the table. Could be octogon also
“Basement” — hh2beach
Rezac Construction
2 Reviews
Neemann Home
The door to the theater room was actually an old door that one of our local suppliers sold to the homeowners.
Love the door to the theater room. Is it available to purchase?
These doors can be purchased through most lumber yards; they were either purchased through 84 Lumber or Lincoln Lumber.
The theater door but have it to the bathroom. Sign outside says restroom
“activity room” — Genalin Cuanan
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
How did you create that barn door?
That was actually custom designed by the pool table company called Blatt Billiards out of Manhattan. http://blattbilliards.com/
like the door detail, and dark/light paint combo
love the color, the vertical wood and barn door
drink ledge, barn door
Pub style. Sliding barn door.
Carriage door and lights
Bar rail and barn door
ledge and barn door...Sliding barn door...sliding stall door...barn door...barn door bar...Sliding door
“love the pub feel” — tpmac2416
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
What type of stone is on the walls? Thanks, beautiful design!
Tile floor next to patio door.
Stone walls and floors. Glass panel doors
In the newly remodeled basement, three large mahogany doors borrow light from the stairwell and provide a view of the staircase. Rope lights and recessed lights in the soffit over the minikitchen accentuate the purple heartwood shelves, cerused rift-cut white oak cabinets and stone wall. A dishwasher
“floor” — luthervogel
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
12 Reviews
Basement Remodel
Where can I find those Shoji panels and doors that are used for the bathroom walls?
it's often best to run hard in the other design direction and celebrate it in plain sight, make the bathroom part of the plan and a piece of the experience. Celebrating "unwanted" things is one of my favorite design tricks.
bathroom. In that case it's often best to run hard in the other design direction and celebrate it in plain sight, make the bathroom part of the plan and a piece of the experience. Celebrating "unwanted" things is one of my favorite design tricks.
Be bold. The typical strategy for a bathroom in a basement is to hide it, but sometimes there's just no way to pull that design move off that isn't boring. The reason: Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc
“Lights in the column” — anatashab
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Seward Park II
this could also be done with a single door to replace
French doors and windows to outdoor area
Wall of windows, door with outside area like ours expanded
Doors to outside & windows
Blico door ??...Basement open doors...Full glass door...glass doors...patio doors
“I like the walkout” — mamamelis
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