2,202 metal column Basement Design Photos

Four Brothers LLC
48 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks3,251
Questions4
metal column
metal beam
“White ceiling” — tkreidler
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks10,363
Questions10
perforated metal ceiling
metallic columns
column wrap
“Basement” — clm336
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks2,343
Questions4
join 'em. The columns on the right are structural, and the ones on the left are faux. The nonstructural posts are PVC piping covered in a matching hammered-finish Rust-Oleum paint. They add architectural language and a rhythm to the space, and their metal finished look matches the metal ceiling. Hairpin
METAL LOOK TILE WITH WOOD TRIM
corrugated metal ceiling with wood beam treatment
metal ceiling and wood. another view - the cowhide again!
could put metal area like this in basement in just one area...such as over the living area....cool
“Consider window box seating near tv” — jamesbee
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks988
Questions0
Beautiful basement details...i have always wondered about using the metal panels and looks great...love the leaded window feature as well
metal columns
“tv shelving add upper shelving above it.” — idspyder
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks27,361
Questions17
for the compliment! To see another design with pillars, check out this basement we did with tapered columns flanking a custom built-in storage cabinet. Notice how the coffered ceilings give the columns purpose. http://www.wentworthstudio.com/portfolio/remodeling-ideas-and-pictures/70
column in the middle of the room
I think we could add to the existing column to create a short wall, like they've
idea for load bearing column with TV!
Why not turn your structural column into a media center?
it more modern, including the wood treatment around the center column. See more of this basement
Turn it into a media center. Not sure where to place your TV in your big, beautiful open floor plan? Why not turn your structural column into a media center? Even if you don’t place the TV there right
“Los colores” — Milenka Bacovic
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks7,844
Questions9
Love the look..............but what kind of corrugated metal can be used that can be curved like in the photo? Is there such a thing as a bendable corrugated panel?
AMAZING. I LOVE the industrial look!! I've read the questions and answers but am still unsure of a couple things regarding the galvanized corrugated metal roofing. I want to attach this to pre-existing drywall. What type of fasteners did you use? I mean, were they drywall screws... deck-screws...? And
Did you also use liquid nails to reinforce? What type of drill-bit did you use? How do I cut the material? Tin-snips? A circular saw fitted with a metal blade? And the trim... what exactly did you use and how did you install it? I wonder if you can use wood trim as long as the walls aren't curved? Any
“Idée pour sous sol.... Peinturer tout le plafond noir...” — matriver
Guidi Homes
5 Reviews
Philadelphia Magazine Design Home 2008
Ideabooks5,258
Questions5
The columns and add wood beams for bar in basement
middle bar, columns, back splash with TV
Columns connecting the bar to the ceiling.
Glass and metal doors
columns bar...columns on bar...Columns in bar...square columns
“Defined space by ceiling” — teamcochran
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks14,621
Questions12
How did you create those wooden slate columns?
These are custom birch horizontal slat column covers. They are stained natural. Thanks.
The columns are wrapped in stained birch wood slats. Thanks.
Can you spray the metal ducts with the same paint? Or do you need to use a primer?
I like how the columns are covered.
I like the wood slats around columns
“nice basement” — Marko Bajic
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