Inspiration for a transitional look-out medium tone wood floor and orange floor basement remodel in Portland with beige walls and no fireplace

Industrial Chic Basement

Transitional Basement, Portland

Mosaik Design & Remodeling recently completed a basement remodel in Portland’s SW Vista Hills neighborhood that helped a family of four reclaim 1,700 unused square feet. Now there's a comfortable, industrial chic living space that appeals to the entire family and gets maximum use. Lincoln Barbour Photo www.lincolnbarbour.com
Inspiration for a transitional look-out medium tone wood floor and orange floor basement remodel in Portland with beige walls and no fireplace - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (15)

Joshua Feliciano wrote:September 6, 2012
  • Elohor Henrietta
    6 years ago
    Please what is the story behind this design? There is harmony in all of it as a whole, but achieving it by picking a little of this and that color is what I don't understand.
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    Mosaik Design & Remodeling
    6 years ago
    We designed this space to fit the personalities of the owners who love travel and sports. We wanted it to be fun and colorful because it was a place for their teenagers to hang out. With a little bit of their personality, a bit of fun and lots of functionality, we were able to achieve a harmonious design. Thank you for your comments!
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Jen D added this to miner_jennifer's ideasOctober 14, 2020

like some different colors and textures!