180 pop up vent Basement Design Photos

Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
18", 3x 16" 3. Your suggestion or thought :) We are going with the purple "pop" colour too.
What about the fireplace? Is it vent less? Gas? What would I need to know to install this fireplace, such as specific
faced doors, like shown in this image, then you will need to provide some venting above the cabinet, as well as an RF (radio frequency) remote or an IR remote
the code. If you check the comments on this project though, I put that info up somewhere about a year back. Thanks
The stain is a custom stain that we made up for the specific needs of this customer. It's been described as 'driftwood'
over the 3 20" doors. The reason for this is two fold - the handles line up nicer with 4 doors, where as three doors will mean one will appear off balance
“I like this dark look for lower level” — ybcrabby
Moss Building and Design
12 Reviews
Very Modern Basement Remodel by Moss
What type of fireplace is that? Vented or non vented and I assume gas
Thank you for your question! There is no slope in the theater portion of the room. The floor just goes up from the
ceiling in the foreground is close to 8.5 feet. In the background, the step up to the theater seating is 7.5 feet. Thanks for your question!
Like the step up and transition to the media room Don't love the bar but like the tv above
I really like this entire set up of bar area, pool table area, and tv area.
The main space has a very open feeling, with a game room and wet bar taking up the main area. The bar has granite countertops, a refrigerator and a dishwasher
and was vented out in the back.
“Love the bar” — moose470
Martha O'Hara Interiors
104 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
compare to stained concrete in cost? upkeep? foot comfort? day to day clean up?
heating elements in the floor with the brick, because yes it does get very cold up here in Minnesota. Without the heating, the flooring would just be too cold
Like the set up of the room and. Columns
to make sure it is in working order.Close vents in unused rooms. Conserve energy by closing up heating vents in rooms you rarely use, like the guest room
room or basement. Just remember to reopen the vents if you do have a guest.
The floor is covered with 3- by 6-inch travertine tiles, designed to hold up to parties and wet feet from the nearby pool.
“Bar” — jennifer_bowe00
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Princeton Design Collaborative
8 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Hi there, wondering where the vent covers on the ceiling were purchased? Thanks
interior designer should be able to help you specify the correct panel make up.
no need to take up space covering poles, just paint nicely
“interesting use of acoustic panel on ceiling” — skinow9629
RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Full interior remodel
was hoping we could create a similar look (in dark choc?) ....my bubble popped. As I'm considering stained concrete for our lower level recreation/guest
dolphin grey. The original firebox and flue were removed and replaced with a vent free fireplace by Ecosmart Fire. Thanks for your inquiry. -S
Like the wall color going up the stairs
“fireplace / stairs” — joanne2590
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
lounge area an older fireplace was removed and replaced with a Lennox direct-vent fireplace. Gorgeous stacked quartz stone in Glacier white surrounds the
carries their line. What's cool about their sofas is the back cushions pop up to give more support. Quality is really nice as well. Good luck- ...
I picked it up from sandy's furniture in Coquitlam BC. U can check Natuzzi site for more info
“Room” — jratte1
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
15 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
this; is the washer/dryer cabinet vented in anyway? I was looking at the spec requirements and they indicate venting is required e.g. a mesh or slats about
this project, and he assured me that the dryer and the bathroom fan both vent outside.
that drains into a pit with a sump pump in it. If you pay for these systems up front, you won't be paying to replace furniture, rugs and appliances later
easily find my moment of Zen and reach a very happy place with my feet kicked up on the coffee table, mid spin cycle, watching the latest shows on the Travel
“Built in” — nebartus
Transitional Basement
clean/maintain as it shows mars and marks much easier. Eggshell is a step up in sheen and is a great solution. In situations where you might want a bit
-painted stencil wall -pop out columns -kitchenette shelves with wine glass holders
Bar against wall doesn't take up floor space. Built in cabinets.
entertaining. Chic light fixtures were strategically placed around the room, and pops of red and gold were added to offset the otherwise neutral pallette. "I wanted
just under 500 feet, but its flexible floor plan allowed Hullinger to divide up the square footage into different activity areas. Plumbing was added to the
but casual space, where you didn't have to worry about putting your feet up or spilling a drink on the carpet," says Hullinger.
“Using a feature wall for "punch."” — send2doreen
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