335 white slip covers Basement Design Photos

Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Meaghan and Trevor: Welland, ON
leather chair and white slip cover chaired look a lot like ours.
“Pretty shelves” — kayteea
Francesca Owings Interior Design
1 Review
Point West at Macatawa Park
slip covered sectional
Wall covering...Slip covers...Like the couch covers...Bright white walls
“Walls” — drakyl
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
These are custom birch horizontal slat column covers. They are stained natural. Thanks.
We only minimized the wires and made them more tidy before painting all white. Track lighting between the joists makes the new lighting unobtrusive.
I like how the poles are covered with wood slats and the ceiling is white
incorporating warm wood with bright white exposed ceiling
less-than-attractive details. Check with a knowledgeable source before covering anything, to be sure you are not creating a safety hazard or blocking needed
aside, it can be worth it to invest some of your basement budget into coverings (like the sleek horizontal wood panels shown here) that hide eyesores and
tv wall stand covered in wood
“Ceiling” — Barbara Swenson
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
panels are custom for this project. They have a plain slice maple veneer in a slip match pattern which was selected from a sustainable harvested tree at a veneer
Covering walls with maple-veneered plywood can both warm and lighten basement rooms
Cowhide covered ottoman and print sofa pillows...
Covering walls with maple-veneered plywood can both warm and lighten basement rooms
“We used a Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel” — tnettinga
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Hi there, wondering where the vent covers on the ceiling were purchased? Thanks
The soffited areas are made of Plain slice natural maple veneer in a slip match pattern with three coats of polyurethane.
Covering or relocating the structural elements in a basement is always a design challenge, but Conroy decided if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. The columns
and the ones on the left are faux. The nonstructural posts are PVC piping covered in a matching hammered-finish Rust-Oleum paint. They add architectural language
“basement” — Alex Shleyfer
Jenifer St. Residence
I imagine there was insulation between the rim joist, how did you mage to cover that without covering the stone?
Seating in playroom. Perhaps can use bead board to cover sump pump too?
How did you cover the insulation?...white bamboo ceiling and stone wall...painted white ceiling...White ceiling...Storage shelf white duct...unfinished ceiling painted white...white painted ceiling...white beams
“stonework” — Vaughn Rodgers
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
upholstered fabric covered panels can be hung just slightly below the beams for a really cool hip look
One of the simplest way to warm your existing concrete floors is to cover them with ceramic tile over an electric heat mat. You will probably want
track lighting along the beams, paint beams white
white ceiling exposed and gray flooring
“The ceiling is 7'-8" to the underside of the subfloor above and just over 7'-0 to the underside of t” — tnettinga
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Amazing basement renovation! I'm looking for a high quality, bright white track light system that won't yellow with age...
Benjamin Moore Ceiling White. Thanks for your interest
conceal the wiring and cables in the ceiling and then painted everything white. Thank you, marketing@wentworthstudio.com p.s. please check out our eBook
Grey floor with white open ceiling. Wood feature
Media center and multipurpose covering of column
Wentworth left the rafters exposed and painted them white to lighten up the space. He used wood strips to cover some of the more unsightly elements, like ductwork
The would covering a basement support
“Caper une colonne” — ennatrebli
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