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Tuscany Northville Finished Basement
Tuscany Northville Finished Basement
Majestic Home Solutions LLC
Transitional finished basement with an open space layout. Large bar and kitchenette with a wine cellar ad detailed stone work. Basement also features a home gym, living space, and game room! Built by Majestic Home Solutions, LLC.
Basement Wet Bar, Gray, Harrisburg, PA
Basement Wet Bar, Gray, Harrisburg, PA
Stacey Kocevar, CKBD
This used to be a completely unfinished basement with concrete floors, cinder block walls, and exposed floor joists above. The homeowners wanted to finish the space to include a wet bar, powder room, separate play room for their daughters, bar seating for watching tv and entertaining, as well as a finished living space with a television with hidden surround sound speakers throughout the space. They also requested some unfinished spaces; one for exercise equipment, and one for HVAC, water heater, and extra storage. With those requests in mind, I designed the basement with the above required spaces, while working with the contractor on what components needed to be moved. The homeowner also loved the idea of sliding barn doors, which we were able to use as at the opening to the unfinished storage/HVAC area.
Modern Tudor
Modern Tudor
Newgard Custom Homes
Recreation Room Matt Mansueto
Mediterranean Mansion - Entertainment Seating
Mediterranean Mansion - Entertainment Seating
SM Design Associates (SMDA)
Elegant seating area in the basement entertainment space. Photography: Applied Photography
Morse Basement Total Renovation
Morse Basement Total Renovation
Bender Homes LLC
Morse Lake basement renovation. Our clients made some great design choices, this basement is amazing! Great entertaining space, a wet bar, and pool room.
Bluegrass Beauty
Bluegrass Beauty
A. Perry Homes
Basement Family Room with Wine Display and Wet Bar
Brilliant Basement Makeover
Brilliant Basement Makeover
Seriously Happy Homes
This huge sectional from West Elm (it’s 13 feet long!!) gives plenty of seating and fills the space. It turned out that the cats liked the new sofa as much as the humans… not good. So the homeowner brilliantly layered a few Mexican blankets and a sheepskin over the cushions and arms of the sofa to protect it from the cats, and inadvertently added a level of bohemian texture and pattern to the room that is absolutely fantastic!