165 Customer Care Eclectic Basement Design Photos

Avalon Interiors
6 Reviews
Campbleville Home
Ideabooks3,873
Questions3
Custom made 48" x 48" hide covered
Love the sectional! Was it custom made by Decor-Rest furniture? Thx!
This is 48" sq. custom made ottoman with natural hide. Through Avalon Interiors.
BIG COMFY FURNITURE...DON'T CARE FOR LEATHER THO...TOO COLD
custom upholstery leather
“furniture” — arbishop
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks23,095
Questions28
Are those customized Window shades or?
Yes, this was a custom inside mount flat roman shade with room darkening liner.
We work with a manufacturer in CA to make the custom furniture.
don't open, but are lit with natural light from the home office on the other side of the wall. Portland has a long rainy season, so Hullinger took extra care to make sure the basement stays warm and dry. A vapor barrier was installed around the foundation, a backyard cistern was put in to draw water away
“Color” — kristinaelaus
Gander Builders
10 Reviews
Nebraska
Ideabooks19,319
Questions17
Scripps Networks (Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel) is searching for elaborate and interesting homes that were custom-built to reflect the outgoing personalities and passions of the children that live in them. Mirroring the style of other programs that give tours of
theater where your kids and their friends watch their favorite videos? A rock-climbing wall, waterslide, tree house bunk-beds or any other amazing custom feature? If so, we’d love to have you and your child be considered to host an episode of our show! We’re currently looking for families in the NYC
“should have made it for matt” — paulcheng888
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
Sponsored
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
Ideabooks1,384
Questions2
Booths are our exclusive line of custom furniture, as is the bar. Don't know which of our customers this is, but want to use the photo on our website www.barsandbooths.com. We sell to thousands of customers, so have not been able to find this customer's name, or would go direct to them. Sorry
image(s) to you for use on your website. As courtesy, we always ask the customer first to see if it is okay. Let's continue our conversation by email. Please contact me at jg@jaygreenephoto.com. FIY, I am also a customer of yours. You are making chairs and a booth for our mid-century home.
“The eat in kitchen” — joereen
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks15,463
Questions8
These are 1970's vintage chairs and a custom table base/top. We don't have access to the items for replication.
Hi, Love the chairs - wondering if they are custom? Thanks!
This is a custom designed stencil that is applied with a paint palette knife...shocking, not wallpaper.
Table height base is 28", we had this custom fabricated as well as the 42" top.
This space was custom designed and built with the client in mind. Much of the scale of the 'box' was determined from the size of the shelves. I do not have specific dimensions
“Color” — Katie Fredrickson
suzanne lawson design - interior design
Hawthorne house
Ideabooks9,004
Questions7
Thank you for your question...actually, this lamp was sold with the shade; it is not a custom shade. Check out Barbara Cosgrove lamps - she sells similar quality lighting with unique style.
“stairs” — Jessica Gerace
Brillo Home Improvements
3 Reviews
Waukesha Lower Level
Ideabooks24,053
Questions11
Cleverly tucked beneath the stairs, this wet bar ensures that one rarely has to leave the basement. The custom built-ins include a wine rack, beverage refrigerator and sink. Puck lights underneath the staircase draw the eye to the stacked-stone wall above the countertop.The strong diagonal line of the
“kitchen corner” — paulcheng888
Degnan Design Builders, Inc
6 Reviews
Pewaukee Lake House
Ideabooks4,266
Questions2
Custom touch: a liquor bottle mortared into the stone masonry in the basement bar. Michael Mowbray, Beautiful Portraits by Michael
The best answer I can give is "Very carefully"! My mason worked very carefully to get the bottle placed without getting any mortar on it. No easy task!
“Cool” — hco3307
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™