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Linden Residence
Linden Residence
Watt Architecture
Finished basement at the Linden Residence
Basement - modern look-out carpeted and gray floor basement idea in Denver with white walls
Soho Landmark Town-House -Mahattan, NY
Soho Landmark Town-House -Mahattan, NY
Gallery Kitchen & Bath
Trendy walk-out beige floor basement photo in New York with white walls
A Recreational Finished Basement
A Recreational Finished Basement
Mosby Building Arts
The basement of a St. Louis, Missouri split-level ranch house is remodeled for an intense focus on recreation and entertaining. Upscale and striking finishes are the backdrop for a bar, kitchenette and home theater. Other recreational delights include this game room with a shuffleboard table, ping pong table and poker table. Plenty of wall room to display the owner's sports jerseys, and a pass through to the adjacent pinball arcade.
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The Tranquility house Plan 04159, Terrace Level Social Room
The Tranquility house Plan 04159, Terrace Level Social Room
Garrell Associates, Incorporated
The Tranquility house Plan 04159, Terrace Level Social Room, Design by Michael W. Garrell of Garrell Associates, Inc.
Example of an arts and crafts basement design in Atlanta
Bloomfield Township Lower Level Renovation
Bloomfield Township Lower Level Renovation
MainStreet Design Build
A rare find in Bloomfield Township is new construction. This gem of a custom home not only featured a modern, open floorplan with great flow, it also had an 1,800 sq. ft. unfinished basement. When the homeowners of this beautiful house approached MainStreet Design Build, they understood the value of renovating the accessible, non-livable space—and recognized its unlimited potential. Their vision for their 1,800 sq. ft. finished basement included a lighter, brighter teen entertainment area—a space large enough for pool, ping pong, shuffle board and darts. It was also important to create an area for food and drink that did not look or feel like a bar. Although the basement was completely unfinished, it presented design challenges due to the angled location of the stairwell and existing plumbing. After 4 months of construction, MainStreet Design Build delivered—in spades! Details of this project include a beautiful modern fireplace wall with Peau de Beton concrete paneled tile surround and an oversized limestone mantel and hearth. Clearly a statement piece, this wall also features a Boulevard 60-inch Contemporary Vent-Free Linear Fireplace with reflective glass liner and crushed glass. Opposite the fireplace wall, is a beautiful custom room divider with bar stool seating that separates the living room space from the gaming area. Effectively blending this room in an open floorplan, MainStreet Design Build used Country Oak Wood Plank Vinyl flooring and painted the walls in a Benjamin Moore eggshell finish. The Kitchenette was designed using Dynasty semi-custom cabinetry, specifically a Renner door style with a Battleship Opaque finish; Top Knobs hardware in a brushed satin nickel finish; and beautiful Caesarstone Symphony Grey Quartz countertops. Tastefully coordinated with the rest of the décor is a modern Filament Chandelier in a bronze finish from Restoration Hardware, hung perfectly above the kitchenette table. A new ½ bath was tucked near the stairwell and designed using the same custom cabinetry and countertops as the kitchenette. It was finished in bold blue/gray paint and topped with Symphony Gray Caesarstone. Beautiful 3×12” Elemental Ice glass subway tile and stainless steel wall shelves adorn the back wall creating the illusion of light. Chrome Shades of Light Double Bullet glass wall sconces project from the wall to shed light on the mirror. Kate Benjamin Photography
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Basement - mid-sized coastal walk-out carpeted and beige floor basement idea in Detroit with blue walls
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Basement - mid-sized coastal walk-out carpeted and beige floor basement idea in Detroit with blue walls
INTERIOR No. 3 Before & After Project Photos
INTERIOR No. 3 Before & After Project Photos
Interior No.3
Walk out to pool level.
Inspiration for a contemporary basement remodel in Minneapolis
Dream House Studios, Inc.
Dream House Studios, Inc.
Dream House Studios
Transitional walk-out carpeted basement photo in DC Metro with gray walls
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Mid-sized beach style walk-out carpeted and beige floor basement photo in Detroit with blue walls
Lower Level Family Room
Lower Level Family Room
John Kraemer & Sons
Example of a mountain style underground ceramic tile and beige floor basement design in Minneapolis with beige walls and a stone fireplace
Lower Level Living
Lower Level Living
Princeton Design Collaborative
Home theater with wood paneling and Corrugated perforated metal ceiling, plus built-in banquette seating. next to TV wall photo by Jeffrey Edward Tryon
Split-Level Main Floor Remodel in West Seattle
Split-Level Main Floor Remodel in West Seattle
Pathway Design & Construction
Client’s goal was to update the main floor and allow more natural light into this small-footprint home. They wanted an open, spacious, airy feeling to this floor. The dated kitchen plus both small main and master bathrooms were remodeled. The scope also included the living and dining rooms, plus the front entry and stairwell. Clients were also interested in: low maintenance finishes, usage of low/no VOC materials, good indoor air quality as they lived on site during the remodel, and preserving and refinishing salvageable resources.
Split Level Remodel
Split Level Remodel
True Concepts
Example of a transitional basement design in Minneapolis
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Example of a mid-sized beach style walk-out carpeted and beige floor basement design in Detroit with blue walls
Basement Auxiliary Dwelling Unit - (mother-in-law apartment)
Basement Auxiliary Dwelling Unit - (mother-in-law apartment)
Community Builders, LLC
Split level house. Converted basement to a rental apartment. Kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, laundry, living space, separate entrance.
Small transitional vinyl floor and brown floor basement photo in Seattle with beige walls
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Basement - mid-sized coastal walk-out carpeted and beige floor basement idea in Detroit with blue walls
Lexington Modern Home
Lexington Modern Home
ZeroEnergy Design
ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) created this modern home for a progressive family in the desirable community of Lexington. Thoughtful Land Connection. The residence is carefully sited on the infill lot so as to create privacy from the road and neighbors, while cultivating a side yard that captures the southern sun. The terraced grade rises to meet the house, allowing for it to maintain a structured connection with the ground while also sitting above the high water table. The elevated outdoor living space maintains a strong connection with the indoor living space, while the stepped edge ties it back to the true ground plane. Siting and outdoor connections were completed by ZED in collaboration with landscape designer Soren Deniord Design Studio. Exterior Finishes and Solar. The exterior finish materials include a palette of shiplapped wood siding, through-colored fiber cement panels and stucco. A rooftop parapet hides the solar panels above, while a gutter and site drainage system directs rainwater into an irrigation cistern and dry wells that recharge the groundwater. Cooking, Dining, Living. Inside, the kitchen, fabricated by Henrybuilt, is located between the indoor and outdoor dining areas. The expansive south-facing sliding door opens to seamlessly connect the spaces, using a retractable awning to provide shade during the summer while still admitting the warming winter sun. The indoor living space continues from the dining areas across to the sunken living area, with a view that returns again to the outside through the corner wall of glass. Accessible Guest Suite. The design of the first level guest suite provides for both aging in place and guests who regularly visit for extended stays. The patio off the north side of the house affords guests their own private outdoor space, and privacy from the neighbor. Similarly, the second level master suite opens to an outdoor private roof deck. Light and Access. The wide open interior stair with a glass panel rail leads from the top level down to the well insulated basement. The design of the basement, used as an away/play space, addresses the need for both natural light and easy access. In addition to the open stairwell, light is admitted to the north side of the area with a high performance, Passive House (PHI) certified skylight, covering a six by sixteen foot area. On the south side, a unique roof hatch set flush with the deck opens to reveal a glass door at the base of the stairwell which provides additional light and access from the deck above down to the play space. Energy. Energy consumption is reduced by the high performance building envelope, high efficiency mechanical systems, and then offset with renewable energy. All windows and doors are made of high performance triple paned glass with thermally broken aluminum frames. The exterior wall assembly employs dense pack cellulose in the stud cavity, a continuous air barrier, and four inches exterior rigid foam insulation. The 10kW rooftop solar electric system provides clean energy production. The final air leakage testing yielded 0.6 ACH 50 - an extremely air tight house, a testament to the well-designed details, progress testing and quality construction. When compared to a new house built to code requirements, this home consumes only 19% of the energy. Architecture & Energy Consulting: ZeroEnergy Design Landscape Design: Soren Deniord Design Paintings: Bernd Haussmann Studio Photos: Eric Roth Photography
A Recreational Finished Basement
A Recreational Finished Basement
Mosby Building Arts
The basement of a St. Louis, Missouri split-level ranch house is remodeled for an intense focus on recreation and entertaining. Upscale and striking finishes are the backdrop for a bar, kitchenette and home theater. Other recreational delights include a pinball arcade and recreation room with shuffle board, table tennis and poker table.
Lower Level Living
Lower Level Living
Princeton Design Collaborative
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
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