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Renovation Design Group
4 Reviews
Dog Shower
Ideabooks2,724
Questions1
Utility sink for filling waters and cleaning dishes
Water dish combined with shower / bath would be great
water bowl in the shower
“Dog shower” — yarakkid
Concept Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Bowling Alley
Ideabooks5,982
Questions2
Qubica-AMF Bowling Lanes installed in new waterfront home designed and built by Dan Schaafsma of Concept Builders, Inc. Custom Design and Building
how much does a bowling lane costs?
The new bowling equipment runs $100k to $150k depending on options, etc. , and then you add the cost of creating the space for 2 bowling lanes (about 1200 SF). Again, price varies by location and finishes (millwork, lighting, wet bars, etc.) Hope that helps..
Basement or adjacent bowling alley. http://www.houzz.com/photos/992444/Bowling-Alley-modern-basement-seattle
for amy two lane bowling alley
“Awesome” — kapolon
Tamara Bickley Design
2 Reviews
Northland, Atlanta Ga
Ideabooks9,650
Questions5
This amazing bowling alley in the terrac
How long should the room be to have a bowling set
project manager for this home bowling alley. He works at Fusion Bowling. A regulation bowling alley is 86.5 feet long. A single lane setup is 7 feet wide. A pair of lanes requires 11.5 feet.
What are the dimensions of the bowling lane? what about a double
THERE IS A BOWLING ALLEY IN THEIR BASEMENT
Bowling, art work, bar in basement
Is bowling out of the question? I don't know that we have the space for it...we would rather have one of those shuffleboard tables.
I like this because it has a bowling place!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THIS IS A BOWLING ALLEY INSIDE THE HOUSE OH MY GOODNESS
Finn: "I want this one! It has bowling!!"
“Unique coloring” — sshlyayfer
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Sabal Homes
1 Review
New Showhomes! (Calgary + Edmonton)
Ideabooks7,534
Questions7
Hi Suzy, The basement walls are painted "CL1031W - Gorge Water" by General Paint.
general paint gorge water
Starburst Bowl
“Cabinet color” — ibielinska
JAC Design
1 Review
Lake House
Ideabooks7,812
Questions6
Beautiful stained concrete floor gives the illusion of water in this lake house home. Enhanced by rough laid brick which backs to the crawl space. Custom bookshelf door leads into the crawl space of the home. Who ever said a basement has to be ugly?
Water in the Basement? No... that floor is stained concrete, stained to look like water. That is really different...and I think I like it,
Concrete painted to look like water. (The flooded basement look)
Of course, the water illusion is spectacular. I wouldn't use the red brick though. It would be painted using BM ''Water drops'', a beautiful, subtle and ever so light turquoise!
Basement floor blue water look cement stain!
“colorful concrete floor” — Adam Brinson
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
Beckwith
Ideabooks41,260
Questions14
could you hide the furnace/water heater?
Hide the furnaces and hot water heater
Access to the water heater/heating system?
Where will you put the 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
efficient (or better) appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to place them pretty much wherever you want. These furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.
“secret door” — 88forme
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
12 Reviews
Basement Remodel
Ideabooks7,564
Questions7
there's just no way to pull that design move off that isn't boring. The reason: Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc. And sometimes after I lay out the bar, bedroom and whatever else makes the space awesome, there's no place awesome left
there's just no way to pull that design move off that isn't boring. The reason: Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc. And sometimes after I lay out the bar, bedroom and whatever else makes the space awesome, there's no place awesome left
“Pool table” — Charlie Bell
Synergy Design & Construction
8 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
Ideabooks36,167
Questions21
basement and had to rip out the laminate. Did you put something down under it to protect it from water? We now have new laminate but want to make sure we take the correct precautions in case we ever have a water issue again. Our basement is very dry, just a one time issue. Did you put down radiant heat
for a client and friend of mine, and will be about the best methods and techniques for building a basement that will ensure there is no damage due to water in the basement of a home, for years to come. Your image would be perfect for use in the book – in print and online! Great exposure for you. In exchange
Confused here a bit. What does vapor have to do with protecting the floor from water damage if there's a flood? Also, the other question was regarding radiant heating, but was not addressed. Will the vapor barrier protect a newly installed
“The step up” — k3momma
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