76 imagine .06 Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
13 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks6,892
Questions12
2008 Cincinnati Magazine Interior Design Award Photography: Mike Bresnen
“floor, drain and stairs” — Cindy Jamieson
A Good Chick To Know
1 Review
A Good Chick To Know
Ideabooks5,333
Questions8
Imagine 6009 by Sherwin-Williams is a similar color.
color: 6009 Imagine Sherwin-Williams
“Poufs” — snherbert73
Krause Construction Denver Colorado
4 Reviews
contemporary basement projects by Krause Construction
Ideabooks32,202
Questions12
their imagination.” “Very cute, like the carpet” “Cute idea for under the basement stairs” “Make the small room match basement theme”
their imagination.
“Kids nook! (:” — natknopp
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ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks5,269
Questions4
I imagine the entire environment is controlled by HVAC @ corner vents.
“Interesting idea for a wall -wine” — devonmccloskey
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
14 Reviews
Basement
Ideabooks23,569
Questions15
kids' imagination. You may not have an indoor rink, but this floor's stripes are cooler than ice.
“Hockey” — michele22180
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Kid-Friendly Basement
Ideabooks4,377
Questions7
encourages imaginative, unobstructed play. White walls reflect plenty of light brought in by large windows, making the space feel especially big and bright. "The most common reaction that the homeowners get is that it's a basement that doesn't have that dungeon feel to it," says Amundson.
“Concrete floor” — Jaime Weber
Alex Amend Photography
San Anselmo
Ideabooks5,071
Questions2
I imagine they would tuck their feet under - so no one would have their feet on the floor.
“Nice idea” — nellebob
E/L STUDIO
Jenifer St. Residence
Ideabooks3,049
Questions8
I imagine there was insulation between the rim joist, how did you mage to cover that without covering the stone?
“Low ceiling play room” — devonmccloskey
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