Rustic Office Reception AreaContemporary Basement, New York

The wall of antique barn wood paneling is unexpected in this company lobby. The blue paint treatment mimics the look of aging signs on barns across America, and highlights the company name. Inviting and relaxed furnishings and the presence of an employees dog at work welcomes visitors.

Inspiration for a contemporary underground ceramic floor and beige floor basement remodel in New York with beige walls —  Houzz
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ctwitzel wrote:Jun 6, 2013
mom43guys wrote:Oct 23, 2012
megangriffin78 wrote:Jul 24, 2012
  • kelkats
    pottery barn has similiar one
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    Upholstery Creations
    i can get you original raw carts straight from a factory wharehouse in nc.its the real deal lineberry factory cart.not remanufactured to look like a cart like some of the retail stores are selling for $1000 or morei have 4 of them.
kathyapy wrote:Sep 3, 2011
Patricia Souza wrote:Oct 2, 2014
  • vexorg00

    Are the wall panels tongue and groove? Were they just attached by nailing to the studs and using construction adhesive?

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    Beth Rosenfield Design, LLC – Associate ASID

    The reclaimed barn board was nailed to the studs.

Sofia Fox wrote:Feb 18, 2014
michaelcuene wrote:Jul 4, 2013
kpaul wrote:Dec 30, 2011
  • coolestcampbell
    Was the board treated or cleaned with any product before it was reused?
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    Beth Rosenfield Design, LLC – Associate ASID
    The wall boards are reclaimed old barn siding purchased from a reclaimed wood supplier. Perhaps the supplier cleaned them prior to delivery, but the color is just natural aging. I hope that is helpful.
rumeye wrote:Feb 24, 2015
momeliz wrote:Jan 21, 2014
priscillagil2003 wrote:Mar 22, 2013
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    Beth Rosenfield Design, LLC – Associate ASID
    This leather couch was manufactured in North Carolina by a to-the-trade furniture company that I use for custom furniture. It was made to a custom length to suit the dimensions of this particular space.
Mike_n Redmon wrote:Jul 5, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Affecting Spaces added this to 13 Ways to Create the Illusion of Room HeightAug 18, 2015

12. Feature walls. Orient your feature wall vertically. Don’t be afraid to do something daring in a space with a low ceiling. Just ensure that you don’t emphasize that low ceiling in the process.Wall paint: Texas Leather, Benjamin Moore

Laura Gaskill added this to 11 Ways to Finesse Your Finished BasementJul 10, 2012

Try a unique statement wall. Basements beg for a little extra fun, so if there is something you have been wanting to try but are afraid to commit to on the main floor, the basement is the perfect place to experiment. Paint an accent wall or try stencils, salvaged signage or a DIY art project. You can always paint it over if it doesn't work out the way you had envisioned.

Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to The Dog Days of Interior Design?Mar 12, 2012

Is that Ol' Yeller in this barn-inspired space?

Becky Harris added this to Unexpected Combination: Rustic Rooms and BlueSep 2, 2011

A touch of the right shade of blue can make all the difference in a rustic room. This color against the weathered wood creates the look of wood reclaimed from a barn with an advertisement painted on it. The result is unique and fun.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

tjbutler added this to Rankin Run BasementJun 1, 2019

add Jackson ? on wood accent wall, but in different color

Dave Werlich added this to Ryan-WerlichMay 4, 2019

Vertical barn boards with barn wood base boards.

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