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Trendy underground light wood floor and beige floor basement photo in DC Metro with gray walls

Very Modern Basement Remodel by MossContemporary Basement, DC Metro

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julesz2308 wrote:Feb 17, 2013
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    Moss Building & Design
    @florose1 it is brushed aluminum and there are no seams.
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    Moss Building & Design
    @Joshua Duran We custom built the bar. The maple cabinets came from Ferguson. Thank you for your question!
keyahartley wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • shwaunee
    great room....thx....i know i saw on your site there was a restroom and exercise room, but i just want the entertaining part....so that would roughly be around 360?
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    Moss Building & Design
    Yes, that is correct.
Cynthia sarrafian wrote:Feb 2, 2014
lhenry408 wrote:May 5, 2013
Jay-J wrote:Apr 11, 2013
  • Jay-J
    Thanks for the response
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    Red Mountain Media
    What is the appx size of the room in terms of width and length?
gwe63 wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • D A N O
    Where did you get the light that you put underneath the pool table?
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    Moss Building & Design
    There actually isn't a light that we put underneath the pool table. I think that is just the shadow from the lighting and the blue rug underneath, unless the homeowner put one on after the renovation was finished.
drmrsiddiqui wrote:Oct 13, 2012
  • rismith2
    What is the height of both ceilings? Thanks and beautiful work.
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    Moss Building & Design
    The ceiling in the foreground is close to 8.5 feet. In the background, the step up to the theater seating is 7.5 feet. Thanks for your question!
Haven Hoilett wrote:Sep 24, 2012
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    Moss Building & Design
    This is all in the basement in an area that is about 1600 sq ft.
  • fixeruppergirl

    Wow! Amazing job Moss, this is an exceptionally beautiful game room!

chipndale77 wrote:May 31, 2015
chriseiceman wrote:May 29, 2013
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    Moss Building & Design
    Out of respect for our clients privacy we do not share that information. It will vary based off your personal taste and selections. Thanks!
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    S.P Home Improvement
    Amazing job guys!
ktstrings wrote:May 13, 2017
Daniel English wrote:Mar 18, 2017
C S wrote:Nov 12, 2016
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    Moss Building & Design

    Thank you for your
    question. This project was completed several years ago and the homeowners
    picked out the stools themselves, so unfortunately we do not have access to
    that information. However, we found a few bar stools that look
    similar. We hope you’re able to find something you like!

    Option 1

    Option 2

    Option 3

    Option 4

    Option 5

Zaira Arslan wrote:Nov 8, 2015
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    Century Billiards

    This is the Metro, by Brunswick. It was originally designed and built by Dufferin. Be careful with this model, it is not made in the USA and had construction issues in the past. As for the blue underneath, it is simply an LED light kit. You can add this to any pool table, simply grab a few 8' strips from your local Home Depot and a power supply. It even comes with a remote control and many different light options. We add light kits to many tables. If you don't have electric underneath the table, try hardwiring the LEDs to a 12 volt battery. Good Luck with your search, let us know if you would like help with anything.

mcnevins wrote:Jun 19, 2014
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    Moss Building & Design
    We appreciate your question! The fireplace is gas and was vented out in the back.
rismith2 wrote:Mar 3, 2014
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    Moss Building & Design
    Thank you for your question! There is no slope in the theater portion of the room. The floor just goes up from the step.
forsberg4 wrote:Feb 26, 2014
scgenkwe wrote:Jan 2, 2014
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    Moss Building & Design
    Most of the wood paneling was made onsite and all the metal work was custom-made. Thank you for your question!
nakahal1 wrote:Dec 30, 2013
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    Moss Building & Design
    Thank you for your question! The cabinets are diamond brand and were purchased from Ferguson.
almirarivera wrote:Jan 10, 2013
carleen23 wrote:Jan 25, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Matt Clawson added this to How High Should You Mount Your TV?Apr 16, 2015

    Different Heights for Different CircumstancesThe space seen here allows for two televisions — one perfectly located for movies and daily viewing, and another located high over the bar, which is good for those standing while playing pool or casually watching the game while enjoying a drink.In circumstances where a television is located over a bar, or in a bonus room with a pool table and other home entertainment features, the correct height is more of a personal preference.All conceivable viewing angles need to be considered and thought through. The optimal height from the perspective of one seated at the bar might be too low for those standing around the pool table, trying to look over the heads of viewers seated at the bar. It is for this reason that you typically see flat-screen TVs in commercial bars and restaurants located near the ceiling — they need to be easily viewable from many perspectives.

    Allison Lind Interiors added this to How to Get Your Basement Lighting RightJan 21, 2014

    The most common type of lighting in a basement is recessed. But, like in the rest of your home, the lighting should be layered, with ambient light augmented by task lighting and accent lighting.Pendants are a great source of task lighting, as seen here in the pool table and bar.

    Becky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: Movies, Workouts and BilliardsJan 14, 2013

    The main space has a very open feeling, with a game room and wet bar taking up the main area. The bar has granite countertops, a refrigerator and a dishwasher. Maple wood with a natural finish inlaid with a brushed aluminum finish creates continuity throughout the design. The media room has a large projection screen, and the homeowners enjoy movie night at least once a week. "One design option that we really love is the open media room," Powell says. "If we had closed off the media room, then the concept would not have worked; with the open media room it really makes the basement feel like one large, open space.”

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Joe VanWhy added this to Nicola Home InterviewMay 1, 2019

    downstairs more contemporary feel, like the way the rec room and media flow, maybe have barn door way to close of media...

    Cortez Hankton added this to BasementApr 29, 2019

    Media Room Separation... this is how I envision the half wall being of the media without the entry.

    Natasha McDougal added this to BasementApr 16, 2019

    Game room table matting in blue

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