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Example of a large trendy light wood floor and beige floor basement design in DC Metro with white walls

Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar

An open floorplan creatively incorporates space for a bar and seating, pool area, gas fireplace, and theatre room (set off by seating and cabinetry).

Example of a large trendy light wood floor and beige floor basement design in DC Metro with white walls —  Houzz

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jmfg1 wrote:January 28, 2011
  • Sam Benfer
    How big is the media room area? Does 20'9 x 12' include all the way up to the bar seats facing the projector?
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi Sam, thanks for asking.

    The 20'-9" is from the backside of the barstools (facing the projector) to the other end of the room, and the 12' is from the fireplace wall to the other wall (that you see on the left in the photo).

    The 'theatre room's' length (from the backside of the barstools to the projector) is 21'-4", and the width is 15'.

    Hope that helps!
timony92 wrote:August 31, 2011
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    Synergy Design & Construction
    I'm sorry, we no longer have the specific manufacturer and model number on file.
  • PRO
    Mr Bar Stool
    We have them @ Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. They are available in a variety of fabric, vinyls + leathers. We don't have them featured on our website as of yet (www.mrbarstool.com) however you can order them from us by phone. Please call our sales desk @ 215-925-4800 or 1-800-STOOLS-1.
visionaccomplished wrote:November 13, 2011
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi, unfortunately the clients purchases the pool table themselves and we are unsure of where it came from.
  • Paul Lockhart
    It is called the Metro pool table it is made by Brunswick Billiards, it was recently dis-continued however Triangles has two 8' models still available, 1 in the maple laminate and another in the black laminate, please visit www.tribilliards.com.
Lance Bentley wrote:November 17, 2011
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thank you for your question - it's a Regency Sunrise Gas Fireplace #P33 with Stainless steel face plate.
pinckneyj wrote:December 20, 2011
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thank you for the question. The area displayed in this photograph is approximately 800 square feet.
khalidchaudhry wrote:January 11, 2012
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi, Thanks for the question and we are sorry for the delay! This is engineered hardwood flooring; its maple wood with a natural finish. You could purchase something similar to this from any flooring showroom.
kasbella wrote:March 4, 2012
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi and thanks for the questions. A vapor barrier (more accurately referred to as a vapor retarder) only provides protection from moisture that will naturally permeate the concrete floor and will not prevent floor damage. The floors in this basement do not have radiant heat. Basement floors do not necessitate radiant heat; it's just an "upgrade" that homeowners may consider.
  • PRO
    Ovchinnikov Eugeny N.

    It is called the Metro pool table it is made by Brunswick Billiards, it was recently dis-continued however Triangles has two 8' models still available, 1 in the maple laminate and another in the black laminate, please visit www.tribilliards.com.

zeljko wrote:May 6, 2012
miriam101 wrote:May 24, 2012
where did you buy the blue light thats under the pool table

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Actually, our photographer added the flash when he was taking the shots to help add depth and interest ;)
ronssheila wrote:July 6, 2012
I love this room. How much would it cost to build this as an addition? How much to add all the furnishings?

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    Cynthia Taylor-Luce
    A builder/architect/contractor in your area should be able to advise you on the $ range per square foot for such an addition, from basic through to luxury materials. When you decide what you want to spend, make sure you have an extra 10% or so for contingencies because with a project of this size you may come across more challenges or options that you want to cover.
  • ronssheila
    Thank you!
Vicki Davis wrote:July 31, 2012
goyanks13240 wrote:September 11, 2012
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    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thanks for the compliment :) The billiard area shown in this photo is 12' wide x 20'-9" long. The bar area (including the seating) is about 8'-6" x 9'-6". The theatre area (including the stool seating) is about 21' long x 15' wide.
  • miamivicefan
    That is amazing, and so inspirational.
mollmann wrote:September 18, 2012
love the wall color...what is it?

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thanks for the question! Unfortunately, this project was completed several years ago and we no longer have a record of the exact Duron paint names. Sorry!
F. Matthew Ray Architect wrote:January 9, 2013
WHAT IS THE SIZE OF THE POOL TABLE?

tsmith_47 wrote:February 7, 2013
What is the size and brand of the far T.V.?

  • treichert22
    What is the color of the blue/grey paint?
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thanks for the question! Unfortunately, this project was completed several years ago and we no longer have a record of the exact Duron paint names. Sorry! -Emily
mommahelfrich wrote:March 29, 2013
What size is the bar tv and how long is the back bar? Thanks!

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thanks for the question! The back bar in this basement is 9' long. The clients purchased this TV themselves so we don't have a record of the exact size, but a 37" (screen size) TV would fit the 36" wall space snugly. -Emily
mangiafico wrote:May 23, 2013
what type of flooring was used, what was used for subflooring to hold the weight of the pool table

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Thanks for the question! This is 3" wide engineered flooring (it is important to use engineered rather than solid wood hardwood in basements due to humidity issues). Unfortunately this project was completed some time ago and we do not have a record of the exact brand or color.

    As for subfloor, because this is a basement, there is no subfloor save for the underlayment on the concrete slab. -Emily
sherrjordan wrote:September 28, 2013
Where can I purchase the pendant lights?

vpatel31 wrote:October 5, 2013
Beautiful. What is the ceiling height?

- What is the ceiling height?

7586usmc wrote:October 12, 2013
What size is the theater area of this room, please?

  • Rahul Sood
    Hi I have exactly similar sized basement with the same plan ...what would it take to get measurements of the plan that you have in the picture?
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Thanks for your question and your interest. We've provided general
    measurements in previous posts and more specific measurements are only
    documented on plan sets shared directly with our clients. Best wishes on
    your project

pamela schaffner wrote:July 27, 2014
  • Kevin LaVoy

    how do you add LED lights underneath without a power source in the floor?

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Thanks for the question -- they would have to be after-market battery-operated decorative LEDs.

    -Emily

Carol Santini wrote:September 24, 2014
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi and thanks for the question! The clients purchased these stools themselves so we do not have a record of the exact name. However, we've been told that they are available at Mr. Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. You can contact them via online (www.mrbarstool.com) or by phone.

    For more great bar stool options, check out AllModern.com, Crate and Barrel, and BIFusa.com!
    -Emily
  • wjbooth

    Stools are Amisco Cardin

David Mjumira wrote:December 21, 2014
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    We're glad you like the design and thanks for the question! This was an unfinished basement in Ashburn, VA. Unfortunately due to the complexity of each project, we aren't able to sell designs outright, but if you're in the area and would like to discuss our design/build options, please feel free to give us a call. If that's not the case, and you want to engage a designer in your area, we'd be happy to look over the designs and offer our opinions/suggestions.
LaTrina Riley wrote:December 23, 2014
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    Synergy Design & Construction
    Hi and thanks for the question! The length from the projector screen in the theater all the way to the opposite wall (not shown in this photo) in the game room is 43'. From the TV wall of the bar to the opposite wall (the far right of this photo) is 20'-9".

    Hope this helps!
    -Emily
wjbooth wrote:August 30, 2015
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    LEDs are great bulbs to consider, and we have been using them more and more in our renovations. The higher initial cost is outweighed by the small amount of energy they consume and their long life. Be sure to get bulbs with a color temperature as close to 2700K as possible (3000 K is acceptable) so that the color is closer to the 'warm white' light you are likely used to seeing (as opposed to 'daylight' bulbs which have higher K, making them more stark and bluish).

    Other ways to make your lighting pop include using spotlights on the wall (about 18" from the wall if the light is directed such as with this aperture: http://www.lightolier.com/MKACatpdfs/409X.PDF, or about 8" from the wall if you are using a simple downlight) and lighting inside, above, and or below your cabinets. Layering your lighting is key!


    -Emily

Stella Lee wrote:November 17, 2015
  • S P
    Could you please tell me which blue the pool table fabric color is? Oceanside or Regatta blue? Thanks
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Unfortunately we don't have the specifics about this pool table as it was purchased by the clients, but based on the depth of color around the edges, I would guess Regatta Blue. Hope this helps!

    -Emily

lay_tommy wrote:February 12, 2016
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Thanks for the question! The overall dimensions of the bar area is 9'-5" (from side to side of the countertop) by 8'-4" (from front to back incl. the seating area). The countertop (back bar and seating bar). The countertop where you sit is 16" deep overall (about 11" knee space).

    -Emily

pdenbigh wrote:March 10, 2016
Alyssa Bair wrote:June 26, 2016
Shamil Bhasin wrote:June 29, 2016
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Thanks so much for your question! Given
    the cost differences in specific materials, the actual scope of work,
    and construction costs (let alone differences in costs by geographic
    area), it's hard to speculate on overall project costs. Best to reach
    out to a design/build firm in your area and get their opinion on what
    cost range you'd be looking at specific to your home.

    With that being said, this project was low to mid $100s. The basement was completely unfinished and we moved
    the mechanical systems as part of the project. Hope that helps!

    Thanks!

Charra Jane Dapal-ag wrote:July 5, 2016
what are the dimension of the room?

  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Hi and thanks for the question! The length from the projector screen in
    the theater all the way to the opposite wall (not shown in this photo)
    in the game room is 43'. From the TV wall of the bar to the opposite
    wall (the far right of this photo) is 20'-9".


    Hope this helps!

    -Emily

brich1790 wrote:January 25, 2017
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction

    Thanks for the question! The total square footage of this basement is 1,535 square feet.

    -Emily

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