Industrial Chic BasementTransitional 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.

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Inspiration for a transitional look-out medium tone wood floor and orange floor basement remodel in Portland with beige walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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mpaolat wrote:Aug 21, 2013
Joshua Feliciano wrote:Sep 6, 2012
  • Elohor Henrietta
    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.
  • PRO
    Mosaik Design & Remodeling
    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!
Adrien Robert wrote:Mar 21, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    White Oak is ideal for a custom stain. Its also much more popular than Red Oak right now.

  • Adrien Robert

    awesome, I meant the wood floor. thank you very much!

Kim G wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • Kim G
    Thanks! Love everything else about the room too, by the way, the foosball was an inquiry for the husband :)
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    Century Billiards
    Sorry for the late response, we are new to Houzz. That is the WOrthington, by Tornado Foosball Tables. We offer great pricing on all gaming tables - ;)
Blue Truck wrote:Jan 16, 2013
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    Blue Truck
    thank you!
  • dpowell06
    That is great! Can you tell me what you put the mural on?....and then framed it?
Lisa Thyer wrote:Dec 1, 2012
  • mlrisson
    I love the oversized multi-color world map. Can you please tell me where its from? Thank you
  • PRO
    Mosaik Design & Remodeling
    The pillows are from custom fabrics produced locally here in Portland, OR. I can try to get the fabric specs if you tell me which one you like? Thanks
23wendy wrote:Sep 22, 2012
  • Melissa Guinness
    And which white did you use? I'm using Windham Cream in my kitchen and can't decide on a white for the trim!
  • PRO
    Mosaik Design & Remodeling
    I used Benjamin Moore's "Windham Cream" HC-6 behind the wall map and Devine Color's "Ewe" for the white. Good Luck!
randyfile wrote:Jul 3, 2015
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    Mosaik Design & Remodeling

    It is Benjamin Moore Windham Cream HC - 6

  • Liya Litvinov

    Thanks to you used this color for basement - absolutely perfect! Thanks!

Vicki wrote:Apr 10, 2015
caroline10 wrote:Sep 10, 2012
kathymilanowski wrote:Dec 15, 2015
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    Mosaik Design & Remodeling

    The sofa was custom made by a local furniture maker here in Portland, OR

hiccup4 wrote:May 31, 2013
minnlud wrote:Oct 12, 2012
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    Mosaik Design & Remodeling
    We installed a vapor barrier/ primer product from Germany on top of the slab before we glued it down.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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

3. Large art. Similar to a mirror, a large art piece (especially one in a white or metallic frame with a lot of white background) breaks up walls like a window would and brings in a snap of lightness for those who don’t like white as a floor-to-ceiling color.Turn your vision into a reality — work with an artist to create a piece of custom artwork for your home

Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Movie Night for Film BuffsSep 12, 2014

Make some simple homemade snacks. Do you have an air popper? If you love popcorn and don’t yet have one, think about getting one of these handy little appliances. Most are reasonably priced, and they allow you to whip up fresh popcorn that tastes far superior to the microwavable kind. Of course, being at home opens up tons of other snack possibilities, and it can be fun to indulge in a treat that you couldn’t buy in a movie theater. Why not serve a cheese plate, cocktails (or mocktails) or ice cream sundaes?Find air poppers on Houzz

Glamour Nest added this to Does Your Home Make You Happy?Nov 21, 2013

Join a membership warehouse and make sure that your house is always stocked with snacks and beverages. Set them out in a welcoming way, and soon you won’t have to nag your kids to stay in, because your game room (or part-time game room) and little bags of chips will do the job for you. The same goes for having people over to watch football. If someone in your home is a sports fanatic, make sure you have durable bowls for popcorn and chicken wings, as well as comfy seating and a coffee table or an ottoman that’s tough enough to stand up to a bunch of excited sports fans.

Becky Harris added this to 5 Awe-Inspiring Basement RenovationsJan 7, 2013

3. Focused on FamilyDesigner Erin Davis of Mosaik Design & Remodeling and Jenny Guggenheim of Fig Studio Interior Design designed and built this family-friendly basement, which includes a TV area, game area, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. It is a walk-out basement bathed in natural light.

Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Finish That Room!Dec 1, 2012

Roadblock 3: My family is so messy, I don't know where to begin.It is possible to have a fun, stylish home with kids in the house, but there's no point in tackling any other decorating projects when clutter is spilling out from every corner. Set aside a whole weekend to pare down and donate unwanted items, or do a little bit each day — the important part is to actually get rid of some stuff before you try to organize it. When you are starting with less, the organizing process will be much easier.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kim Prisock added this to StyleMay 19, 2019

Like the colorful map, the pops of color.

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