Dyna - Seward Park II
How much does it cost to expand a small walk-above into the one shown in this picture?
expanded foundation to create walkout
house, and a large trench was dug below the basement and filled with asphalt, clay, and river rock.
Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
How is this accomplished? Warmer colors for the basement, like the floor at clay Coyote.
Lower Level Finish with Home Theatre and more!
CHC Creative Remodeling
This is real brick veneer, meaning that it is still fired clay just like structural brick but is only 3/4" thick, so we eliminated
STONEWOOD, LLC - Private Residence - Orono, Minnesota
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
Tan/clay colour with darker trim. Red incorporated well. Maybe the red stone would
The alcove and walls without stone are faux finished with four successively lighter layers of plaster, allowing each of the shades to bleed through to create weathered walls and a texture in harmony with the stone. The tiles on the alcove wall are enhanced with embossed leaves, adding a subtle, natural texture and a horizontal rhythm to this focal point.
Locust- Basement Retreat
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
Chr DAUER Architects
A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
This basement playroom helps to expand your kids' imagination. You may not have an indoor rink, but this floor's stripes are cooler than ice.
A custom built room for LEGO storage also provides a backdrop for a Media Room and a nearby bar. John Wilbanks Photography
Basement Bar and LEGO room
Board and Vellum
Pelletier did, he ended up with an extra floor of living space without having to expand the home’s shell.Shelves keep Pelletier’s Lego pieces neatly arranged. Kellen
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Needing ideas on expanding bedroom using a back porch
suzanne lawson design - interior design
Who makes the coffee table? I love the idea of it expanding. Beautiful & simple!
Mosaik Design & Remodeling recently completed a basement remodel in Portland’s SW Vista Hills neighborhood that helped a family of four reclaim 1,700 unused square feet. Now there's a comfortable, industrial chic living space that appeals to the entire family and gets maximum use.
Industrial Chic Basement
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
for kitchen table to expand size of island. also, the lighting.