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The couch was completely custom to fit the space. The design was done by PDC and fabrication was completed by Mason Art in NYC. Mason Art also participated in the design process to balance function / proportion and budget. The sofa also pulls out to become a double
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 house. Then the veneer was sent to a panel manufacture to be placed on a composite wood substrate. Once that is completed it is sent off to the mill-worker
The Carpet is through Masland Carpets (Contract) and is available through your Architect or Interior Designer.
Rustoleum Silver Hammered spray paint used on regular support posts. Great design technique. Amazing ceiling is Fry Reglet accoustical panels B, but hard to find for individuals
“Taking down hall walls opens area for everyone!” — ricki301
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drywall ceiling. We just put all the electrical in and simply sprayed the housing and conduit white along with the ceiling.
I believe all the furnishings for this funky, cool look came from IKEA. The owner and interior designer did a great job pulling this look off very inexpensively.
"these are just can lights without the drywall ceiling. We just put all the electrical in and simply sprayed the housing and conduit white along with the ceiling."
these are just can lights without the drywall ceiling. We just put all the electrical in and simply sprayed the housing and conduit white along with the ceiling.
“Exposed ceiling” — smarmion
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happen to have a section of this ceiling that you could email? Also what did you use around the light housing so it wasn't exposed? Thanks!
this is a stunning design!!!! Love all the textual details & creative use of material.
project. It does take a team of talented individuals. The best place to start is to form a well balanced design team. A good design team will consist of an Architect , maybe an interior designer and I would strongly suggest to select a Contractor up front who has an extensive knowledge of Millwork.
this room, as it embrasses the lower ceiling and makes it work with a darker color and a low sleek design
Third view of stylish basement by design group
in a basement is making it feel like it's not a basement," says architect John Conroy. His solution includes horizontal bands running throughout the design, a unique corrugated metal ceiling and clever lighting tricks. Custom furniture and careful attention to detail make all the pieces feel like a cohesive
“Built in furniture and warm tone in room” — ggmaras
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The reveals are 3/8" x 3/8" . All the mill-work for this space was designed and fabricated by PDC. We only do fabrication on rear occasions. Where is your project located? I may have some resources depending on location. Plus
Hate the modernness. Love the design. Our space is tiny
The designer of this New Jersey basement bar maximized a tight space, making room for essentials like a sink, a refrigerator and plenty of bottle storage. The
“compact bar” — emc_
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What do you like about this photo?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 on the right are structural, and the ones on the left are faux. The nonstructural
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steel deck house...nice design
“For the living room” — Julie Campanelli
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