54 vent hood panel Basement Design Photos

Princeton Design Collaborative
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Lower Level Living
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Questions6
Hi there, wondering where the vent covers on the ceiling were purchased? Thanks
the 2" acoustical panel & Z channel. This space had VERY low ceiling heights to begin with and we did not want to make them any lower than necessary. Also keep in mind that the system you described is about $19 SF and that's without installation.
It is a perforated aluminum panel to help absorb sound
it does not create a sound barrier between rooms . You can add acoustical panel behind it that can be supplied by the manufacture if desired. Your architect or interior designer should be able to help you specify the correct panel make up.
ceiling. Fry Reglet acoustic metal wall panel pattern B
Ceiling: Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers.
“storage” — mggabin
Deimler & Sons Construction
1 Review
Pub-inspired Basement Remodel & Theatre Room - Mechanicsburg, PA
Ideabooks1,863
Questions1
wood on ceiling to conceal electric, pipes, and vents
the post at the end of the stairways and the half wall paneling
Wood paneling 1/2 wall.
Dark stained paneling
paneling and lights...Paneling and stone...Paneled Walls
“Pool table on carpet” — pumagoose
Moss Building and Design
12 Reviews
Very Modern Basement Remodel by Moss
Ideabooks21,004
Questions15
What kind of paneling is this on the walls and bar? Where can I buy it?
What type of fireplace is that? Vented or non vented and I assume gas
Most of the wood paneling was made onsite and all the metal work was custom-made. Thank you for your question!
We appreciate your question! The fireplace is gas and was vented out in the back.
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Beckwith
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Questions14
Hoe do you open this door? I don't see any knob or handle? Do you use a regular flat panel door?
Would the exact thing to over my utility panels.
linked above is rated only to 150 lbs. For a higher capacity, you might want to look into the TECTUS hinges which can carry up to 660 lbs. For wider panels like the one shown, you might need to look at the Manfred Frank hinges. And you can find them both at www.BetterBuildingHardware.com
Idea for shelving/boxing in the electrical panel?
mechanical room? Older homes tend to have 80 percent (or less) efficient furnaces and hot water heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to new 90 percent efficient
“hiding the furnace room” — blacat_mac
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
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Questions15
winter storms) is a good time 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 or basement. Just remember to reopen the vents if you do have a guest.
Panels on bar
“Cabinet paint color” — czamplas
John Willis Homes
1 Review
John Willis Custom Homes
Ideabooks30,180
Questions19
What did you do to cover furnace venting that runs the length of the ceiliings?
Natural wood paneled wall
wood paneling...Wall panel...Paneled wall...
“layout” — svjmogle
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks13,620
Questions15
We have painted concrete block walls in our basement and I'm trying to find a cheap fix without installing drywall or putting up paneling. I hate the block wall look so I hate just to paint them but these walls could work perfectly for us! I've looked elsewhere online and I haven't seen
vents and ceiling, too dark tho
“The carpet and wall like this - love the combo. Great idea” — brownbug
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
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Questions44
What about the fireplace? Is it vent less? Gas? What would I need to know to install this fireplace, such as specific safety features?
Can you tell me the size of the individual pieces of travertine on the 6 x 24 panel? I'm looking online and finding panels with pieces that are 1 x 2. It's hard to tell in the picture, but the travertine pieces look more like 1 x 6 to me. Beautiful
best in my opinion. As for media components, if your going with wood 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 sensor 'eye' that gets inconspicously placed some where that a remote
“Fireplace” — katiemac112
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