Minnesota ResidenceTransitional Basement, Minneapolis
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers, Builder | Troy Thies, Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
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Check the sump pump. If you have a sump pump in your basement to help in case of flooding, now (before winter storms) is a good time to make sure it is in working order.Close vents in unused rooms. Conserve energy by closing up heating vents in rooms you rarely use, like the guest room or basement. Just remember to reopen the vents if you do have a guest.
The lower level contains a media area and bar. The floor is covered with 3- by 6-inch travertine tiles, designed to hold up to parties and wet feet from the nearby pool.