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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.Traditional Basement, DC Metro

Basement - traditional look-out ceramic floor basement idea in DC Metro with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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bikebuddy wrote:Apr 28, 2012
zerbmeister wrote:May 31, 2012
cnykilchuk wrote:Apr 22, 2012
buggie67 wrote:Feb 28, 2014
  • Monica Wong
    Love how bright this basement becamse with such a small window. I'm dealing with something like this right now. What sort of lighting is this? Seems so bright
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    Ashley J Fruits
    Monica: I was the designer on this job. We did recessed lighting though out. I can't remember the exact specs but I'd recommend an qualified electrician anyway. These ceilings in this basement ranged from 6'8" to about 7-1/2'. Using recessed lights, allowed us to provide more light and make the rooms feel larger.
hawkb wrote:May 14, 2013
  • sunnyeggs
    did this customer move the utility sink elsewhere or chose not to have one? I'm thinking of moving my utility sink to the garage, what do you think of this? Does it need to be close to the laundry machines?
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    Ashley J Fruits
    Sunnyeggs: I was the designer on this project. There was a very old utility sink in the opposite corner from this laundry area. We remodeled that in to a full bathroom and eliminated the laundry sink. You can see that in the other photos for this project.
daobrien wrote:May 11, 2013
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Yes we install trays under all washing machines.

    - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
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    Ashley J Fruits
    Daobrien: In addition to Case's response, that is a removable toe kick on the bottom of the cabinet (actually velcro'd on for easy access/maintenance.)
cheries wrote:Jan 13, 2011
  • vonnieowens
    I see it's been 22 mths. since maker of chair/name of fabric was requested. Kind of discouraging to not be able to find some information out. It is beautiful fabric.
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    We're sorry, but the client provided the furniture. We are a home remodeling firm and do not decorate the space. If you are still interested in this information, let us know and we will try to contact the client directly.

    Thank you,
    Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
deveson wrote:Dec 8, 2014
wendylu55 wrote:Jun 18, 2014
b1kinsey wrote:Jun 16, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Each layout is custom-made for client. Feel free to reach out to us to talk about your remodeling project at www.casedesign.com. Thanks!
leebb wrote:Apr 15, 2013
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    We spoke with Architectural Ceramics today (where we purchase most of our ceramic/glass/porcelain/stone) and they recommend that if you want a similar look to go with a 12x24 Limestone.

    Architectural Ceramics Web Site: http://www.architecturalceramics.com/

    We hope this helps! Please let us know if you would like more information or have any further questions.
    Thank you,
    Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
hiccup4 wrote:Jan 5, 2013
susanjanebridger wrote:Apr 12, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: Guests Get a Cottage-Like StayApr 23, 2013

... a front-loading washer and dryer. O'Hearn worked with the designers at Closet Factory to configure the built-in cabinets and closets. There's plenty of room for folding clothes right on the washer and dryer's laminate top. And there's room to store laundry supplies in the tall, narrow closet to the left.

Cathy Lara added this to 6 Places to Lift Your Spirits Right at HomeOct 31, 2012

In the Laundry RoomThe homeowners of this laundry area, which was once a basement, make one thing clear: They really know how to make a person happy. A cold and sometimes dark garage often houses washers and dryers, but I could easily find my moment of Zen and reach a very happy place with my feet kicked up on the coffee table, mid spin cycle, watching the latest shows on the Travel Channel.

Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor Tips: Finish Your Basement the Right WayMay 30, 2012

Waterproofing. I know I keep coming back to flooding, but it will happen, so plan ahead. If you don’t have a system in place to deal with the water, choose a flooring material that can handle getting wet, such as the tile shown in this basement. If you don’t have a floor drain, get one installed. It’s best to get a drain that ties into the storm drain directly or that drains into a pit with a sump pump in it. If you pay for these systems up front, you won’t be paying to replace furniture, rugs and appliances later.Find a pro to waterproof your basement

Dana Miller added this to Laundry Makes a Clean Break With Its Own RoomMar 25, 2012

The designer of this basement family room cleverly incorporated the washer and dryer into a corner of the room, avoiding the need for additional interior walls, which would keep the underground space from feeling bright. Hidden behind bifold doors and under a counter, the machines are disguised well.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Danielle Latulippe added this to Danielle's ideas4 days ago

Chair fabric for kitchen bench cushion ?

aggie1960 added this to Mansfield Spec4 days ago

Great idea for washer dryer space

amandajdanko added this to BasementMay 26, 2019

Perfect for laundry room in basement

LJ Gray added this to BasementMay 22, 2019

I like that the washer dryer can be out somewhere if they are hidden by doors

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