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Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Mudroom and Family Entry through the Garage
have a basement that has 3 columns/beams that I cannot remove. I need to utilize the space and would like to create seating around each column. Can you let me know where I can purchase or who can bild this for me? Thanks...
basement pole concealment - making a bench at the base
basement pillar idea
Basement column seating idea
Like our basement stairs
Basement post...Basement floor...post in basement
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Wainscot to basement
open staircase to basement
basement ceiling stairs
Stair to the basement
down to basement?...open to basement...stairs to basement
Justine Sterling Design
Kids Studio and Mudroom
love this basement redo!!! What white did you use? Thanks!!!
paint the basement ceiling, walls and door white; need to replace door? replace windows? hang drywall
way in basement...Basement storage...basement storgae...to our basement...STUVA for basement
The Wave House
its a basement or a garage. I just do know.
Converted Garage Front to Basement Entrance
badass basement garage and entry
Slick basement garage
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
Glass partition to basement & wee recessed lighting.
Stairwell + basement stairs
Love for basement stairs
Internal basement glass panel divide
into the basement!!!
Glass basement under stairs
e new basement is the ultimate multi-functional space. A bar, foosball table, dartboard, and glass garage door with direct access to the back provide endless entertainment for guests; a cozy seating area with a whiteboard and pop-up television is perfect for Mike's work training sessions (or relaxing
garage door in basement = easy access in and out
industrial basement opens up to the outside
rarity in basements) and offers easy access from inside to out. The stools are easy to pick up and carry wherever they are needed.
Light Filled Entry
to the basement. A door with a bold color is very tempting to open to see what fun lies beyond.
Basement entry...into the basement?
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
from moms basement in the garage
of your basement. Remember, your emergency kit is supposed to help you when disaster strikes! A better place might be the garage, mudroom or coat closet. Keep your kit in a container with handles and a lid that snaps shut; that way you can easily grab it and go, should you ever need to evacuate your home