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Elegant dark wood floor home bar photo in New York with shaker cabinets, black cabinets and wood countertops

Crisp ArchitectsTraditional Home Bar, New York

Basement Pub. London pub created from basement. Bar view. Rob Karosis Photographer

Elegant dark wood floor home bar photo in New York with shaker cabinets, black cabinets and wood countertops —  Houzz
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This photo has 2 questions
flyeredup1973 wrote:Jun 6, 2013
  • porshesplace
    Hello, very, very nice room! I was wondering if you could tell me the height of the ceiling - I would like to see if the same look is possible in my basement. Thanks so much!
  • Scott Griebel

    Is that pub booth available for purchase?

Elizabeth Aurelia wrote:Jun 17, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for the compliment!
  • slbslb
    I actually own some identical furnishings from my Husband's British father !
    The 2 benches and the little oval table with the flaps.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Quiz: What Should You Do With a Basement?Feb 4, 2015

You should make your basement a …London pub: For many, the pub is a home away from home. But for the owner of this upstate New York home, “away” wasn’t good enough. He tapped architect James Crisp and contractor Jim Muncey to transform his basement into a traditional London pub big enough for 50 people. Guinness-colored wood clads the entire space, which has a full bar, multiple seating areas and even a fireplace — just like a real London pub. “This is what I’d call a very sophisticated man cave,” says Crisp. See more of this basement

becky
Becky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: London Pub Ambience in Upstate New YorkSep 11, 2013

For those of you wondering about the usual basement details, the house was built in the 1980s, so the unfinished basement ceilings are nice and high, about 8½ feet. An exit door meet safety codes, and a bathroom, gym and sauna are elsewhere in the basement.More:Contractor Tips: How to Finish a Basement

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Home Bars Tap Into Guy-Friendly StyleMay 15, 2013

His wife had more control over the decor in the main house, so he made this his personal project. He reached out to architect Jimmy Crisp to help him realize his vision for creating a London-style pub in his basement. There was a strong push to get an old feeling just right in the space. The contractor even dragged chains across the stained pine floor to add dents and marks.Paint: Bittersweet Chocolate, Benjamin Moore

martinelouisedesign
Martine Resnick added this to 8 Ways to Enjoy a Round of English Pub StyleJul 19, 2012

Select the right furniture. Choose something traditionally English to furnish your pub-style space. First made in the 1700s, Windsor chairs have a distinctive saddle shape, a wooden seat and a hooped back, and can make a pub feel more refined. Vintage wooden stools and wooden tables have more of an authentic feel. The more wobbly (technical term) the stool and the more beer coasters you need to shove under the offending leg, the more genuine it'll look.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

drstrashok
drstrashok added this to Basement Design ExamplesJan 24, 2018

Wood beams, lighting, stain glass window

kim_allman
Kim Allman added this to InteriorsSep 13, 2017

Too dark, but I'm kind of a fan of the restaurant-style built-ins, along with the free-standing tables.

taylorkerr
taylorkerr added this to McHale ProjectSep 11, 2017

If we make bar a bit smaller but still need way to incorporate beam maybe we do some type of seating with high back bench like shown???? Not sure it would work

philandstacey
philandstacey added this to basementMar 19, 2017

Like the stained glass over window...general feel and benches

mel_edwards77
Mel Edwards added this to Mel's ideasMar 12, 2017

Wouldn't it be lovely to entertain and play here? I could easily see a little mini stage for Brandon's guitars and amp, too.

jackie3131
Jackie Gallanagh added this to jackie3131's ideasFeb 14, 2017

Table here with the beer matts on it. Chairs are too big.

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