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Example of a mid-sized trendy gray floor basement design in Other with white walls

Kendrick Place RowhouseContemporary Basement

Bruce Cole

Example of a mid-sized trendy gray floor basement design in Other with white walls —  Houzz

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Glen M wrote:Dec 30, 2014
  • janicebeaudin

    I too love the floor lamps. Please include me in the info, should you find out where to buy. Thanks

cwurfel wrote:Mar 18, 2015
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    Sanders Pace Architecture

    These are standard off the shelf halogen track type fixtures that are mounted individually rather than on a track. They are fitted with LED bulbs. The wiring is concealed between the floor deck and the new gypsum board ceiling between each joist.

glance wrote:Mar 18, 2015
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    glance, can you be more specific in what you mean "sound proof"? Do you mean to stop sound from transmitting to an adjacent space? Or do you mean to acoustically treat the surface so the sound system sounds better in the room?
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    Trademark Soundproofing

    This ceiling is complicated as it looks like they want to have an exposed beam look in the room. In that case proper soundproofing is not really possible. Best they can do is add a 2nd layer of drywall with the GG Damping Compound in between the joists.

olori wrote:Jul 24, 2015
love the headboard!! where from please?

    coray wrote:Dec 31, 2015
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      Sanders Pace Architecture

      These were actually the original floor joists in a 100 year old building. There are salvage shops around who reclaim beams like this, these were original rough sawn 2x10's I think so they have a full 2" thickness.

    • coray
      Thanks, Sanders Pace. It is just hard to budget when you can't really get prices. We are moving out of the area and don't really know where to buy these in the new area.....and for budgeting reasons (as in: can we even afford to think about this?) we were looking for ballpark numbers. Our architect suggested having as many prices as poss. beforehand so we can figure out budget and how to stay within it.....we have not done it this way before, always just bought through a builder before, using their plans etc. It is a bit daunting.....very scary, actually, for me, but hubby insists on doing it this way!
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