Basement Pool Room/Teen Hangout contemporary-basement
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Basement Pool Room/Teen Hangout Contemporary Basement, Indianapolis

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lehighrobinson wrote:
Where are the area rugs from? Love the look! - Can you please share who the manufacturer of the rugs is? The graphic designs and colors.
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They were from West Elm a number of years ago.

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agchill wrote:
Where is the sofa from?
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It's the Tillary modular sectional from West Elm.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Nicole Jacobs added this to Ideas for Partially Finishing Your Basement
4. Establish a focal point. Go ahead and furnish your unfinished below-grade space as cozily as you would your upstairs finished rooms. A great way to do this is to furnish around a focal point. Here, the designer created a focal point of a bar and a shelving area with space for a TV, books and games. Graphic rugs and large, soft furniture and lighting bring warmth and life to the space.Note that this basement is, like the other examples, mostly unfinished. The ceilings are open, the concrete block wall is painted, and it appears the concrete floor is as well. Finally, the owner chose white wall paint. This room shows how this simple formula for a basement can form the backdrop for a cozy living space. The finished decorative and soft furnishing elements add the comforts that make the space feel homey.

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Christine Amey added this to Basement
Like the layout could work for mine
Kayte Ulibarri added this to Basement
Colors - I'm glad you're open to some fun color!
Erna Auton added this to basement
Establish a focal point. Go ahead and furnish your unfinished below-grade space as cozily as you would your upstairs finished rooms. A great way to do this is to furnish around a focal point. Here, the designer created a focal point of a bar and a shelving area with space for a TV, books and games. Graphic rugs and large, soft furniture and lighting bring warmth and life to the space. Note that this basement is, like the other examples, mostly unfinished. The ceilings are open, the concrete block wall is painted, and it appears the concrete floor is as well. Finally, the owner chose white wall paint. This room shows how this simple formula for a basement can form the backdrop for a cozy living space. The finished decorative and soft furnishing elements add the comforts that make the space feel homey.
Pam Hartmann added this to pamela_j_hartmann's ideas
A long wall of “built-in” shelves

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