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Mid-sized transitional walk-out carpeted basement photo in Minneapolis with gray walls

Chan BasementTransitional Basement, Minneapolis

Mid-sized transitional walk-out carpeted basement photo in Minneapolis with gray walls —  Houzz
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Todd wrote:Aug 4, 2017
M Foster wrote:Jul 27, 2018
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    Knight Construction Design Inc.

    Hi! The cabinet under the TV has just a dark cherry wood top to match the cabinets. The freestanding wood table behind the couch is I believe Walnut. The counter top at the bar area is a quartz... Silestone (Copper Mist)

    Thanks!

  • Ronald Catron

    What paneling was used on the accent wall? And, I like the lighting around the tv... what type/brand? Thanks!!

lisa dalton wrote:Sep 12, 2018
nanciebnurse wrote:Aug 8, 2018
Jennifer Bambalas wrote:Jan 26, 2018
colgirl wrote:Nov 16, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    gwenpurdom
    Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Working the Room: What’s Popular in Basements NowAug 23, 2018

    Trend No. 2: Out in the OpenWhat the pros say. While basements divided into enclosed theaters, offices and game rooms used to come up a lot, pros say more homeowners have been opting for all-in-one open-concept spaces recently. This shift has driven a spike in airier general entertainment spaces with room for game tables, movie-watching and kids’ toys. Instead of constructing the elaborate, restaurant-style built-in bar areas that once were all the rage, pros say they’re doing lower-key beverage stations or pub tables that allow for a less closed-off experience. “We aren’t doing as many sit-around, pub-style bars; we’re doing a lot of walk-up bars,” says Jason Schermerhorn of Denver design-build firm Basement Edge. “That way people can use a high-top table or something like that, something less permanent.” Another popular way pros are blending bar and lounge areas: pulling up a high-top table and bar stools behind a couch, a setup that feels less rigid than a built-in bar and achieves the stacked theater-style seating that’s often coveted in separate theater rooms.

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