4 office in family room Midcentury Basement Design Photos

Cablik Enterprises
2 Reviews
Ragley Hall Residence - Basement
living room... dark brown or maybe a deep red?
83 open walls ideas for downstairs room
1970's family room remodel
Possible 2-level family room?
Split Level Family Room
Family Room...family place to be...living room floor
“love the black i beam” — dharshai
Princeton Design Collaborative
4 Reviews
Lower Level Living
basement room downstairs beside the garage should be a media room.
of the room. Now rather than clunking up the space, they help define it. He used stainless steel fasteners around the ductwork to make it easy to access during ongoing renovations upstairs. The higher parts of the ceiling are 7 feet high and covered in perforated corrugated metal panels. The new ceiling
through the room, all the way down to the striped rug. This attention to horizontal lines gives the illusion of higher ceilings.
active family and don’t like wrinkles. Beyond that, whatever fabric you are interested in, check its details; all fabrics should list their content and durability ratings. Then check to make sure the fabric you select is recommended for use as upholstery.”Upholstery That Can Stand Up to Anything
“second shot of sleek basement” — amee1
Princeton Design Collaborative
4 Reviews
Lower Level Living
makes the room darker, too simple - Basement, living room
living room or maybe front entrance,.
Acoustical Plaster: Found in media or music industry buildings. Pros- The room has no echo because the ceiling absorbs lots of sound. It can be applied to any ceiling type. Cons-fairly expensive and not the best choice for a home.
basement rooms. Many different grades of plywood are available, so be sure to specify Grade A for the outward-facing side, which means the maple veneer applied to the fabricated core is free of visible defects.
“Ceiling” — cbaen
Princeton Design Collaborative
4 Reviews
Lower Level Living
sitting room and laundry room - stained glass?
for our Family Room!
media room
“another shoot of sleek” — amee1
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