Inspiration for a large 1950s look-out carpeted and green floor basement remodel in Philadelphia with brown walls and no fireplace

Lower Level Living

Midcentury Basement, Philadelphia

View towards aquarium with wood paneling and corrugated perforated metal ceiling and seating with cowhide ottomans. photo by Jeffery Edward Tryon
Inspiration for a large 1950s look-out carpeted and green floor basement remodel in Philadelphia with brown walls and no fireplace - Houzz

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jermaine_jonesJermaine Jones wrote:November 9, 2012
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    Princeton Design Collaborative
    7 years ago
    We used it purely for its aesthetic value and did not back it up with the insulation system for acoustics due the the low ceiling height and the thickness of the insulation system. Currently we are specifying an Alpro ceiling panel on another residential project .
  • gazza101
    7 years ago
    The effect looks great - and has to be easier to install and finish than Sheetrock I imagine. Thank you for your reply.
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