Minneapolis Basement

Minneapolis Basement
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This project was located in Minneapolis, Minnesota; the house was built in the early 1900s. Our clients contacted us with the interests to finish their basement. The original basement had paneling on the walls, the ceiling was unfinished, the floor was unfinished, there wasn't any heat, and there was minimal lighting. Our clients had a design already completed by an architec...More
“Baskets for clothes” — aaabase14
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“Interior handle” — zard4life
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A floating vanity makes the small bathroom feel larger by eliminating some of the heaviness of a solid vanity.
“sink” — debsum
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Large, pendant lighting in the laundry, combined with bright colors makes a mundane task more fun.
“Ceiling” — ldepoint
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A stainless laundry sink is a nice contemporary alternative to traditional options.
“Sink near washer” — gbknitter
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“Basement ceiling” — ccuzzocrea
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Leaving the ceiling as exposed joists adds visual height to the ceiling.
“Basement ceiling” — poriold
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“everything” — Sarah K. Conti Designs, LLC
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Large white moulding highlights the few windows in the space.
“Wi doe casement” — amyhansen76
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Bold colors infuse this basement with warmth and personality.
“Walls with no ceiling trim up to exposed ceiling looks weird to me” — flynn019
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“Steps” — Deannie Lindgren
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