34 lowes Basement Design Photos

Princeton Design Collaborative
8 Reviews
Lower Level Living
wooden beam to add character to the low ceiling
in a basement remodel is the low ceiling, often made lower by ductwork. Conroy relocated the ductwork, which drops as low as 6 feet, 2 inches above the
basement low ceilings...CT likes a low TV...Beam breaks up low ceiling.
“Cow foot stools” — beckysinger
crbs co.
16 Reviews
Wood Residence
Your work looks awesome. I've been hoping to remove a low drop - ceiling in my basement but I'm not sure how to plan lighting like
low basement ceiling color and treatment of pipes
Low ceiling...low ceiling painted...Low furniture makes this work...Low ceiling basement ideas
“Basement ceiling” — bkuck
Brunelleschi Construction
19 Reviews
Low ceiling height of door frames
low ceiling, but looks good!...Limited space and low ceiling
“Farben grau” — peterpan110
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
low furniture, painted walls, floor & ceiling, window boxes.
Furniture, it makes the room seem bigger because it's low to the floor.
Unfinished low ceiling look with textured walls
low ceiling fix
“Painted basement structure” — bkuck
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Moves Turn a Toronto Basement Into a Stylish Rental
long low cabinet with shelves with shallow sides
Low ceilings...Low shelves...low ceiling but cozy
“Wall seat” — picc4
E.R. Miller
7 Reviews
Basement Playroom
Ceiling height is low but doesn't affect the roominess.
ceiling tiles in the drop-in ceiling over the banquette, which hides the low-hanging pipes,” Miller says.
“Bright basement” — 1410house
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
27 Reviews
Locust- Basement Retreat
the designer used light to try to make the low ceiling look interesting
repeated subtle horizontal lines throughout the space, which counterbalance the low ceiling and stone wall. The daybed, the copper details on the pinch-pleated
“nook” — martivance1
Eclectic Basement
wall and ceiling create more contrast so images are crisp and clean, and the low-positioned TV means never having to crane the neck.
“The tiger-striped pillows!” — afrotee
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