8 georgetown Basement Design Photos

Palindrome Design, LLC
15 Reviews
Project in Process: Georgetown
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Once an unfinished basement, the architect & builder dug out this Georgetown basement to create an inviting, light-filled media room with impressive 9' ceilings.
Project in Process: Georgetown
Palindrome Design, LLC
15 Reviews
Project in Process: Georgetown
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Once an unfinished basement, the architect & builder dug out this Georgetown basement to create an inviting, light-filled media room with impressive 9' ceilings.
Project in Process: Georgetown
Visnic Homes
1 Review
Georgian Estate
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Visnic Homes original creation of a Georgetown street in a basement, with each room designed to be a store, a pub, a hotel, or toy store. A real cobble stone street with car and light post accent this creative and fun basement. Georgian Estate
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Visnic Homes
1 Review
Georgian Estate
Ideabooks42
Questions0
Visnic Homes original creation of a Georgetown street in a basement, with each room designed to be a store, a pub, a hotel, or toy store. A real cobble stone street with car and light post accent this creative and fun basement. Georgian Estate
“different” — bhaynes
Visnic Homes
1 Review
Georgian Estate
Ideabooks24
Questions0
Visnic Homes original creation of a Georgetown street in a basement, with each room designed to be a store, a pub, a hotel, or toy store. A real cobble stone street with car and light post accent this creative and fun basement. Georgian Estate
“do we have another type of flooring in the hangar along with concrete?” — sturon
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
TV Room
Ideabooks2,977
Questions3
In this home, Georgetown architect Ernesto Santalla transformed a cavernous basement into a private paradise. Santalla went beyond merely renovating the dark, unfinished space; he developed a distinctive blueprint for how the new space would be used. He abandoned the multiple, framed-room approach usually
“Color coordination” — hsienliao99
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Finished Basement with Music Studio
Ideabooks1,851
Questions1
In this home, Georgetown architect Ernesto Santalla transformed a cavernous basement into a private paradise. Santalla went beyond merely renovating the dark, unfinished space; he developed a distinctive blueprint for how the new space would be used. He abandoned the multiple, framed-room approach usually
“The ceiling” — mamaekene
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Finished Basement with Music Studio
Ideabooks216
Questions0
In this home, Georgetown architect Ernesto Santalla transformed a cavernous basement into a private paradise. Santalla went beyond merely renovating the dark, unfinished space; he developed a distinctive blueprint for how the new space would be used. He abandoned the multiple, framed-room approach usually
“open plan basement design” — Aya DeSimone
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