903 featured Basement Design Photos

Rustic Office Reception AreaBeth Rosenfield Design LLC
the basement is the perfect place to experiment. Paint a feature wall or try stencils, salvaged signage or a DIY art project. You can always paint over it if it doesn’t work out the way you had envisioned.Browse some more creative ideas for feature walls
like antique barn features
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SarloBrunelleschi Construction
chevron tile backsplash, glass shelving, and a custom hidden island/wine glass table provides prep room without sacrificing space. The living room features a cozy couch and ample seating, with the television set into the wall to minimize its footprint. A small bathroom offers convenience without getting
high-tech kit, such as integrated AV or lighting systems, can bust your budget. ‘Projects can end up costing quite a lot when the client wants extra features like these,’ says Martyn Clarke, ‘but these additions can be quite intangible.’
Basement remodelSethbennphoto
Nice stone feature wall
Nice living room feature
Trinity HallRiach Architects
basement is also a great asset, providing a dedicated area for messy play away from the rest of the house. This mural, commissioned by the owners and featuring all the family members, makes a wonderfully personal wall decoration, and brings bold colour to a space low on natural light.
Trinity HallRiach Architects
Focus on stairsThis basement conversion makes a cool TV and games den, but the area around and under the stairs is enough of a feature in itself. White walls, a white underside for the stairs and a glazed wall make the stair area feel like a room in its own right. And a rather sophisticated one at that
sports collectibles. The rest of the house is done in a Venetian style, so he wanted something that was more his speed. The African-chic aesthetic features bamboo walls and animal prints for a summery feel.
Basement DenGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Vintage. The wall stencil and 1970s red plaid vintage chairs pictured here are the standout features of this fun basement space. The retro touches combined with mixed patterns makes this space an absolute knock out!More: Second Best: 5 Reasons to
BeckwithDalton Distinctive Renovations
The desire to disguise the mechanical room lead to a custom designed shelf which acts as the entrance to this compact space. It's a stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room. Melanie Rebane Photography
The desire to disguise the mechanical room lead to a custom designed shelf which acts as the entrance to this compact space. It's a stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room.
this. The desire to disguise the mechanical room lead to a custom designed shelf which acts as the entrance to this compact space. It's a stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room.
Hi - I'd love to keep our basement ceiling open like the one featured here, but I was under the impression we would need to insulate in order to keep it warm during the winter. Am I missing something?
Making a feature wall out of a structural post
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THE BEACH- Award WinningBette Jane Jelly Design
Rumpus room feature stone
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