1,554 Industrial Basement Design Ideas
Rost Artisan Design, Build LLC
The new basement is the ultimate multi-functional space. A bar, foosball table, dartboard, and glass garage door with direct access to the back provide endless entertainment for guests; a cozy seating area with a whiteboard and pop-up television is perfect for Mike's work training sessions (or relaxing!); and a small playhouse and fun zone offer endless possibilities for the family's son, James.
Kade Homes & Renovations
c|s DESIGN STUDIO LLC
Designer: Laura Hoffman | Photographer: Sarah Utech
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Basement Bar and Media Area
Lisa Gilmore Design
Native House Photography A place for entertaining and relaxation. Inspired by natural and aviation. This mantuary sets the tone for leaving your worries behind. Once a boring concrete box, this space now features brick, sandblasted texture, custom rope and wood ceiling treatments and a beautifully crafted bar adorned with a zinc bar top. The bathroom features a custom vanity, inspired by an airplane wing. What do we love most about this space? The ceiling treatments are the perfect design to hide the exposed industrial ceiling and provide more texture and pattern throughout the space.
This finished basement has multiple cage lights and painted black ceiling for an industrial look. Meyer Design
restyle design, llc
kathy peden photography
This space is designed for the hard-working, sociable city dweller. There is a study area with a spacious desk, a table for informal dining (or card games!) and a comfy lounge. Here, stylish seating caters for a crowd and an ingenious coffee table can divide into three moveable pieces for flexibility. The drinks cabinet shouts sociability while the media unit contains compartments for tech which can be concealed behind sliding doors. Animal sculptures — perfect for the urban jungle! — and an illuminated initial personalise the space. It’s all here: work from home then mix drinks for friends, sink into a chair and enjoy a movie together, on the TV or projected onto the wall above, which is smoothly rendered ready for screenings.
LEAD Studios - Architecture and Design
Rochman Design-Build Inc.
In this project, Rochman Design Build converted an unfinished basement of a new Ann Arbor home into a stunning home pub and entertaining area, with commercial grade space for the owners' craft brewing passion. The feel is that of a speakeasy as a dark and hidden gem found in prohibition time. The materials include charcoal stained concrete floor, an arched wall veneered with red brick, and an exposed ceiling structure painted black. Bright copper is used as the sparkling gem with a pressed-tin-type ceiling over the bar area, which seats 10, copper bar top and concrete counters. Old style light fixtures with bare Edison bulbs, well placed LED accent lights under the bar top, thick shelves, steel supports and copper rivet connections accent the feel of the 6 active taps old-style pub. Meanwhile, the brewing room is splendidly modern with large scale brewing equipment, commercial ventilation hood, wash down facilities and specialty equipment. A large window allows a full view into the brewing room from the pub sitting area. In addition, the space is large enough to feel cozy enough for 4 around a high-top table or entertain a large gathering of 50. The basement remodel also includes a wine cellar, a guest bathroom and a room that can be used either as guest room or game room, and a storage area.
restyle design, llc
We went for a speakeasy feel in this basement rec room space. Oversized sectional, industrial pool and shuffleboard tables, bar area with exposed brick and a built-in leather banquette for seating.