5,007 using space Basement Design Photos

Donald A. Gardner Architects
8 Reviews
The Silvergate Plan #1254-D by Donald Gardner Architects
Ideabooks738
Questions1
Good idea for the space we have
Flooring, use of space underneath stair case and room right off the landing
space use for under stairs
Good use under stairs
Space under stairs
“Basement floors and white trim” — kplessel
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Rock Point Cabinets
3 Reviews
Rock Point Mud Rooms, Bookcases, Bars, etc.
Ideabooks1,899
Questions1
blogspot.com/2010/09/10-ways-to-decorate-with-orange.html We like the bright blue and orange look at the bottom of this blog post! It brightens up a space and looks great!
Shelving placement and use of floating shelves
Good use of floating shelves but too many
Efficient use of space
nicely spaced...Use of lack shelves
“basement bar shelves” — ideastalker30
Brunelleschi Construction
16 Reviews
Sarlo
Ideabooks355
Questions0
small kitchen area with chevron tile backsplash, glass shelving, and a custom hidden island/wine glass table provides prep room without sacrificing space. The living room features a cozy couch and ample seating, with the television set into the wall to minimize its footprint. A small bathroom offers
For more counter space I would do this as a board that slides out with a leg for support like an ironing board and that would allow you to have drawers not to lose storage space!
idea for more table / counter space
“Roll out” — revihome
White Crane Construction
8 Reviews
Contemporary Lower Level
Ideabooks440
Questions1
This social couple needed a space to entertain in their classic South Minneapolis home. The White Crane Team transformed their typical Minnesota basement into a beautiful finished lower level. This multi-purpose lower level functions as a family room, home theater, and entertainment area featuring AV
solid satin nickel hardware contrast the deep brown cabinets and doors. Whether they are just lounging and watching a flick, or throwing a bash, this space reflects the clients' personal taste and meets the needs of their lifestyle. This project illustrates that remodeling a basement into a finished lower
AV components concealed in custom cabinetry, eating counter, and a 3/4 bath. White Crane completed this project using the same quality fixtures, features, and finishes found in a main floor of the house including a Konecto floating locking floor system, Silestone counter top, and custom clear Alder cabinets
“Basement” — pcalvert67
Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks2,261
Questions3
Was this space created new with the brick or was it an original feature to the building that was remodeled?
Love the broken-through look of the bricks. A great way to open up and connect the spaces
Love space idea incorporates old brick
again, love the impact and especially loce the designated game space
“Open brick” — i_pink
Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
Ideabooks2,361
Questions3
glass doors to separate workout space from rec room space
The nook used for cozy seating
use of space...division of space...Exercise space
“Gym” — mwdeacon
Potter Construction Inc
16 Reviews
Lincoln Park Basment
Ideabooks660
Questions1
Use of walls next to stairsOpen stairsGeneral use of space around stairs Integration of support poles
layout of living area..open space... not blocking staircase
Would love to have a basement space like this. Colored concrete floors.
basement effective usage of space
Great space...Pot light spacing
“Fllor” — Ingrid Stafford
West Chester Design / Build, LLC
20 Reviews
Finished Basement - Malvern
Ideabooks2,746
Questions2
Doors Separate This Space with the Large Children's 'Rec Room' Area. Tray Ceiling and Custom Half-Walls with Columns Are Great Features for The Gaming/Poker Area. Hardwood Flooring Added in The Rear Kid's Play Room. Full Bathroom with Ceramic Tile adds Value to this Incredible Space!
Hello bsalyer1! We used steel brackets to support the counter that are not visible in this photo.
“Basement potential” — Rachel Parker
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