54 featured Transitional Basement Design Photos

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks15,638
Questions8
Vintage. The wall stencil and 1970s red plaid vintage chairs pictured here are the standout features of this fun basement space. The retro touches combined with mixed patterns makes this space an absolute knock out!More: Second Best: 5 Reasons to
“Stencil” — jamax1313
Douglas Design Studio
13 Reviews
Transitional Toronto Home
Ideabooks4,632
Questions6
love the photowall and the feature fireplace is that an ethanol fire ?
“Picture” — dawnrclark
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
May Basement Renovation
Ideabooks7,894
Questions8
on feature wall downstairs
“nice pattern addition on the walls” — brownbug
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Bow Mar Residential Project
Ideabooks86
Questions0
chalk board feature for game area
“little bars on the walls- ping pong table” — lhommeles
Scott Christopher Homes/Surpass Renovations
4 Reviews
EGR Classic
Ideabooks8,291
Questions10
Small kitchen area with island seating and lighting, but kept aside of the living area, not as the main feature.
“What not to do. Too light no contrast.” — savahna
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
Rao
Ideabooks3,312
Questions6
traditional fireplace mantel repurposed with a coat of blue paint - marries the 100-year-old row homes history with a contemporary vibe. The living space features exposed plumbing pipe shelving underneath the stairs, and a picture frame fold down table to maximize the small space, while a leather sofa and exposed
“stair railing/finish; wood floor” — obielann
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
Ideabooks50,125
Questions44
Installation and safety features of fireplace
What about the fireplace? Is it vent less? Gas? What would I need to know to install this fireplace, such as specific safety features?
installing a flat screen tv and an electric fireplace below just as the photo shown. How far out from the wall did you build to accommodate these features?
@troilos You may be interested in these ideabooks featuring interior doors- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/19394561/thumbs/Interior-Door-Ideas http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20530056/thumbs/Pocket-Door-Ideas
“Fireplace” — katerinas44
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
18 Reviews
Bright Family Basement
Ideabooks1,022
Questions2
It looks to be a Woven Wood Shade with the Top/Down/Bottom/Up feature. I also believe that fabric is a pattern distributed by Timber Blinds & Shades ( Manufacturer ) or Hunter Douglas ( Manufacturer ). It also looks
of the shade beneath the window, simulating a top-down window shade; and framed the windows with her inspiration fabric"This window is my favorite feature in the room. It gives the impression the room is taller and brighter," Zaeske says.
“Rod height and bling” — rockey49
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