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Transitional walk-out carpeted basement photo in DC Metro with gray walls

Dream House Studios, Inc.Transitional Basement, DC Metro

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Kathy Berryman wrote:Apr 18, 2013
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    Access Home Repair
    Can this be done in a fairly small room...about 12 x 16.... We have crown moulding around the perimeter and a pool table centered in the room. Taupe walls and slightly lighter ceiling with sage green silk drapes. Would love to pull an accent color above the pool table.
  • mloleary

    Just painted by whole basement balanced beige. Looks beautiful.

hsaint wrote:Aug 23, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The paint color is Benjamin Moore 1488 Sage Mountain.
  • tamihalliday
    Absolutely beautiful! What is woodwork color?
samirarecob wrote:May 22, 2013
  • ahnabm
    What is the floor in this photo?
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    Dream House Studios
    The carpet is Karastan Zanzibar Impressions - Color: Rush.
Tamara Pier wrote:Mar 1, 2012
  • millerdgm
    Did you stagger the 1"x8" planks when running them horizontally on the lower wall? Do they meet at the same point creating a vertical line all the way up the lower wall? I can't tell by the picture. Looks great!
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    Dream House Studios
    The builder did stagger the 1x8 and did a beautiful finishing job on it.
Erin Teter wrote:Feb 6, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The planks were supplied by the builders contractor and if I recall they were 1"x8". The color used was Sherwin Williams Oyster White.
  • barrysvp
    What is the ceiling and trim color..great room
wilsonrd wrote:May 13, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    That is correct. Noir Furniture had similar barstools as well.
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    EICH INTERIOR DESIGN, LLC

    LARGE ROUND MIRROR - Uttermost Co.

    Cristiano, Round

    Item #01901 B

mrsdio wrote:Jan 16, 2013
  • fivesandies
    Could you tell me the paint color? Does it read more gray in the setting or griege?
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    Dream House Studios
    The wall color is Benjamin Moore 1488 Sage Mountain.
Stacy Bosh wrote:Dec 15, 2013
  • Ansley
    Sage mountain is 1488
  • Theresa Dara

    what is the name of the carpet & color


bobcatsrock wrote:Mar 21, 2013
  • desmond4677
    i love the whimsical art. Can you tell me where you purchased them?
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    Dream House Studios
    The art was purchased through multiple manufacturers. These pieces were vintage Vanity Fair replicas.
lhouder wrote:Mar 10, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    This wall color is Benjamin Moore 1488 Sage Mountain.
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    The carpet is Karastan Zanzibar Impressions - Color: Rush.
kdillon35 wrote:Mar 2, 2013
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    Standard 42"
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    Dream House Studios
    This is typical bar height and barstool height.
Cheryl Van Waterschoot wrote:Jul 17, 2012
  • bellapetite
    I am looking for a mirror & bar stools like these. Where did you find them?
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    essentials inside
    Hi cherylannevanwaterschoot & bellapetite. Did either of you find the mirror you wanted?

    We carry something similar --
    www.essentialsinside.com: Cristiano Round Mirror · More Info


    Hope this helps!

    Lyvonne
    www.essentialsinside.com
dtal wrote:Mar 28, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    It is 4 feet by 8 feet and is typical pool table size.
  • ocpooltableking
    The pool table shown here looks like one our models, called the Lorient. It's true that a four by eight foot pool table is considered "standard". However most folks are unaware of two important facts. 1. Most slate pool tables are available in smaller sizes, such as seven foot and even six foot. 2. Standard size cue sticks are normally 57-58 inches in length, but most people are unaware that shorter cues are available for sale.
woodevoire wrote:Mar 24, 2012
  • Rebecca Zuurhoud
    trim 1st then carpet
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    Dream House Studios
    It is definitely best to put the trim first because your flooring will most likely change over time and the trim will stay on the walls.
tangelid wrote:Feb 19, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    They use to be available through aidangrayhome.com, but are available through the trade.
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    Bentley Design
    If you can't find what you are looking for give Bentley Design a call and they can build the piece for you. You can reach them at 727-631-2882.
Miyosha Weston wrote:Feb 18, 2014
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    Sebring Design Build
    If you haven't found any one yet. Check out our Houzz page and give us a call. We are located in Naperville, Il.
mrenni wrote:Jul 29, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    The builder purchased the material so I do not have the direct source, but you can find at any lumber company.
wilsonrd wrote:May 13, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    The ceiling fixture is Visual Comfort and the wall sconces are Hudson Valley Lighting. They are both are favorite lines and work so nicely together.
tcroorda wrote:Apr 7, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    This is at 3'-0" just like chair rail height. The lower level has approximately 9' ceilings in this house.
mchasson wrote:Jan 20, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    This is a wall to wall carpet from Karastan and has a beautiful design and texture.
yashact wrote:Sep 19, 2012
  • amberrongey
    I would estimate about 6-7 feet. My kitchen island is 8 feet and I can fit 4 chairs across. This just has 3, though it seems to have a little extra space on the left side.
Ansonia Badgett wrote:Aug 22, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The wall sconces are from Hudson Valley Lighting. The price depends on the retailer you purchase them from.
rebecca62 wrote:Aug 15, 2012
van1116 wrote:Jun 16, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The total room dimensions are 13'-6" x 19'-0". The pool table is a standard 4'x8' and the rule of thumb is to make sure that you have 4' on all sides of the pool table available for clearance.
pattykel wrote:May 19, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    This is a Visual Comfort light fixture and can be purchased through an interior designer, lighting showroom or circalighting.com.
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                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  affectingspaces
                  Affecting Spaces added this to 13 Ways to a Better BasementFeb 21, 2016

                  10. Game room. Basements often serve as recreation rooms, with pingpong and pool tables. But bear in mind that columns can affect your layout and consider the circulation space needed around your game tables.Key Measurements: Recreation Rooms Rule

                  michellecgage
                  Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 10 Ideas for an Anything-but-Boring BasementFeb 3, 2016

                  8. Make it for adults. Who says kids get to have all the fun? Create a space that is ideal for adult play. Set up a bar and pool table for fun Friday nights. If you have children, they can still use the space — just make sure to keep toys and clutter out of sight and out of mind.

                  yanicsimard
                  Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 11 Ways to Work With a Windowless RoomMar 22, 2015

                  4. French doors. Adding windows to a doorway (by converting to French doors) also gives the eye that sense of peeking out into a space beyond, and lets a new ambient light source in, even if the adjacent “room” is simply a pantry. Add a few lights inside or a single ceiling fixture (with a cool fluorescent bulb), and the hint of light pouring out will give the illusion of daylight.

                  vanessa_brunner
                  Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The 10 Most Popular Basements of 2012Jan 9, 2013

                  1. Gray and white in Virginia. Crown molding contrasts with soft gray walls to visually open up this elegant basement. This refreshing space proves that basements don't have to be dark and dingy — a coat of paint can make all the difference.

                  shawngauthier
                  Shawn Gauthier added this to 10 Tips for Decorating a Renovated BasementAug 6, 2012

                  7. Enhance visual space. Create a sense of height by choosing light colors for the ceiling and flooring. “It tricks the eye,” says Hullinger.

                  shane
                  Shane D. Inman added this to Designer's Touch: 10 Amazing Basement UpgradesMay 11, 2012

                  10. Billiards basement. Layer your basement with wainscoting, crown moldings and carpeting, and top it off with a professional pool table. Your dynamic game room awaits — with or without a wet bar.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  marnica_logan
                  Marnica Logan added this to Adrean and Cedric Allen6 hours ago

                  I like the pictures and sconces on either side of clock

                  jenniferdcora
                  jenniferdcora added this to Basement Game areaMay 4, 2019

                  pool table with white sideboard and lighting above

                  shawn_burke21
                  Shawn Burke added this to Shawn's ideasMay 2, 2019

                  carpet colour, half wall, colour tone

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