BasementContemporary Basement, New York
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Know What You’re Paying ForBeware the fine print when it comes to delivery charges and other details. “What does that delivery entail?” Dibble encourages you to find out. “Is it a white-glove delivery, where they bring it into your house and set it up,” he says, “or do they just drop it off at your front door and you take care of it from that point on?”
1. A place for adults and kids on Long Island. Designer Melanie Morris of Feathered Nest Interiors designed this basement as a relaxing atmosphere for both the children and the adults in this family. The homeowners have three young boys, and they wanted to design a basement play area that would hold up to their antics and still be fun for Mom and Dad to hang out in. "We designed the huge couch — otherwise known as 'The Pit' — where everyone in the family could lounge, and even nap together," says Morris. She and her team found three large bean bag chairs and scattered them in front of the two TVs on opposing walls — one for gaming, and one for TV.
Create a media room for your little socialite. With room to lounge and more to spare, your kids and their guests will be occupied for hours — just add popcorn. The best part about this room is that you know your kids are safe in the confines of your home.