This formerly dark and dingy basement has been transformed into a beautiful garden living space. The bathroom has clean lines and a modern flair, while the bedroom has a patriotic color scheme. The headboard - a traditional fireplace mantel repurposed with a coat of blue paint - marries the 100-year-old row homes history with a contemporary vibe. The living space features exposed plumbing pipe shelving underneath the stairs, and a picture frame fold down table to maximize the small space, while a leather sofa and exposed brick bring masculinity, warmth, and design to the room.
The Step add an openness without the storage, but it is nice. - mmmmpizza