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Idées déco de sous-sols bord de mer

Beach bunk room
Beach bunk room
Cobblestone Group Inc.Cobblestone Group Inc.
Cette image montre un sous-sol marin avec un mur blanc.
Mead Point Shingle
Mead Point Shingle
Significant Homes LLCSignificant Homes LLC
Douglas VanderHorn Architects From grand estates, to exquisite country homes, to whole house renovations, the quality and attention to detail of a "Significant Homes" custom home is immediately apparent. Full time on-site supervision, a dedicated office staff and hand picked professional craftsmen are the team that take you from groundbreaking to occupancy. Every "Significant Homes" project represents 45 years of luxury homebuilding experience, and a commitment to quality widely recognized by architects, the press and, most of all....thoroughly satisfied homeowners. Our projects have been published in Architectural Digest 6 times along with many other publications and books. Though the lion share of our work has been in Fairfield and Westchester counties, we have built homes in Palm Beach, Aspen, Maine, Nantucket and Long Island.
A Beachy Basement Design Perfect for Entertaining
A Beachy Basement Design Perfect for Entertaining
Amazing SpacesAmazing Spaces
We started with a blank slate on this basement project where our only obstacles were exposed steel support columns, existing plumbing risers from the concrete slab, and dropped soffits concealing ductwork on the ceiling. It had the advantage of tall ceilings, an existing egress window, and a sliding door leading to a newly constructed patio. This family of five loves the beach and frequents summer beach resorts in the Northeast. Bringing that aesthetic home to enjoy all year long was the inspiration for the décor, as well as creating a family-friendly space for entertaining. Wish list items included room for a billiard table, wet bar, game table, family room, guest bedroom, full bathroom, space for a treadmill and closed storage. The existing structural elements helped to define how best to organize the basement. For instance, we knew we wanted to connect the bar area and billiards table with the patio in order to create an indoor/outdoor entertaining space. It made sense to use the egress window for the guest bedroom for both safety and natural light. The bedroom also would be adjacent to the plumbing risers for easy access to the new bathroom. Since the primary focus of the family room would be for TV viewing, natural light did not need to filter into that space. We made sure to hide the columns inside of newly constructed walls and dropped additional soffits where needed to make the ceiling mechanicals feel less random. In addition to the beach vibe, the homeowner has valuable sports memorabilia that was to be prominently displayed including two seats from the original Yankee stadium. For a coastal feel, shiplap is used on two walls of the family room area. In the bathroom shiplap is used again in a more creative way using wood grain white porcelain tile as the horizontal shiplap “wood”. We connected the tile horizontally with vertical white grout joints and mimicked the horizontal shadow line with dark grey grout. At first glance it looks like we wrapped the shower with real wood shiplap. Materials including a blue and white patterned floor, blue penny tiles and a natural wood vanity checked the list for that seaside feel. A large reclaimed wood door on an exposed sliding barn track separates the family room from the game room where reclaimed beams are punctuated with cable lighting. Cabinetry and a beverage refrigerator are tucked behind the rolling bar cabinet (that doubles as a Blackjack table!). A TV and upright video arcade machine round-out the entertainment in the room. Bar stools, two rotating club chairs, and large square poufs along with the Yankee Stadium seats provide fun places to sit while having a drink, watching billiards or a game on the TV. Signed baseballs can be found behind the bar, adjacent to the billiard table, and on specially designed display shelves next to the poker table in the family room. Thoughtful touches like the surfboards, signage, photographs and accessories make a visitor feel like they are on vacation at a well-appointed beach resort without being cliché.
Basement Renovation
Basement Renovation
White Orchid HomeWhite Orchid Home
Farmhouse basement restoration, stone wall repointing, finished walkout basement with kid's playroom.
Cette photo montre un sous-sol bord de mer donnant sur l'extérieur et de taille moyenne avec un mur gris, un sol en carrelage de porcelaine, aucune cheminée et un sol gris.
Black Lake Residence
Black Lake Residence
Alexander Design Group, Inc.Alexander Design Group, Inc.
Spacecrafting
Réalisation d'un sous-sol marin.
Coastal Lake Home Remodel
Coastal Lake Home Remodel
Bartelt. The Remodeling ResourceBartelt. The Remodeling Resource
Photo Credit - David Bader
Aménagement d'un sous-sol bord de mer.
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Lake House Retreat - Lower Level Bar
Emery Design & WoodworkEmery Design & Woodwork
Phoenix Photographic
Cette image montre un sous-sol marin donnant sur l'extérieur et de taille moyenne avec un mur bleu, moquette et un sol beige.
The Watershed
The Watershed
Cottage Home, Inc.Cottage Home, Inc.
Cottage Home's 2016 Showcase Home, The Watershed, is fully furnished and outfitted in classic Cottage Home style. Located on the south side of Lake Macatawa, this house is available and move-in ready.
Orchid Custom Home
Orchid Custom Home
Patterson Custom HomesPatterson Custom Homes
Ryan Garvin
Idée de décoration pour un sous-sol marin.
Sea Girt Basement
Sea Girt Basement
Quincy Homes LLCQuincy Homes LLC
Aménagement d'un sous-sol bord de mer.
Basement Wainscot with Drink Ledge
Basement Wainscot with Drink Ledge
Worthington Design & RemodelingWorthington Design & Remodeling
Idées déco pour un sous-sol bord de mer semi-enterré avec un mur bleu.
Basement Remodel - Nantucket
Basement Remodel - Nantucket
Jonathan Raith Inc.Jonathan Raith Inc.
Nantucket Architectural Photography
Idées déco pour un grand sous-sol bord de mer semi-enterré avec un mur blanc, moquette et aucune cheminée.
Point West at Macatawa Park
Point West at Macatawa Park
Francesca Owings Interior DesignFrancesca Owings Interior Design
Point West at Macatawa Park J. Visser Design Insignia Homes
Idées déco pour un sous-sol bord de mer semi-enterré avec un mur blanc, moquette et aucune cheminée.
Windsong
Windsong
Studio McGeeStudio McGee
Cette photo montre un sous-sol bord de mer avec un mur blanc.
Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
Jute Interior DesignJute Interior Design
Exemple d'un sous-sol bord de mer.
Basement Envy Anyone?
Basement Envy Anyone?
Innovative Construction Inc.Innovative Construction Inc.
This full basement renovation included adding a mudroom area, media room, a bedroom, a full bathroom, a game room, a kitchen, a gym and a beautiful custom wine cellar. Our clients are a family that is growing, and with a new baby, they wanted a comfortable place for family to stay when they visited, as well as space to spend time themselves. They also wanted an area that was easy to access from the pool for entertaining, grabbing snacks and using a new full pool bath.We never treat a basement as a second-class area of the house. Wood beams, customized details, moldings, built-ins, beadboard and wainscoting give the lower level main-floor style. There’s just as much custom millwork as you’d see in the formal spaces upstairs. We’re especially proud of the wine cellar, the media built-ins, the customized details on the island, the custom cubbies in the mudroom and the relaxing flow throughout the entire space.
A Beachy Basement Design Perfect for Entertaining
A Beachy Basement Design Perfect for Entertaining
Amazing SpacesAmazing Spaces
We started with a blank slate on this basement project where our only obstacles were exposed steel support columns, existing plumbing risers from the concrete slab, and dropped soffits concealing ductwork on the ceiling. It had the advantage of tall ceilings, an existing egress window, and a sliding door leading to a newly constructed patio. This family of five loves the beach and frequents summer beach resorts in the Northeast. Bringing that aesthetic home to enjoy all year long was the inspiration for the décor, as well as creating a family-friendly space for entertaining. Wish list items included room for a billiard table, wet bar, game table, family room, guest bedroom, full bathroom, space for a treadmill and closed storage. The existing structural elements helped to define how best to organize the basement. For instance, we knew we wanted to connect the bar area and billiards table with the patio in order to create an indoor/outdoor entertaining space. It made sense to use the egress window for the guest bedroom for both safety and natural light. The bedroom also would be adjacent to the plumbing risers for easy access to the new bathroom. Since the primary focus of the family room would be for TV viewing, natural light did not need to filter into that space. We made sure to hide the columns inside of newly constructed walls and dropped additional soffits where needed to make the ceiling mechanicals feel less random. In addition to the beach vibe, the homeowner has valuable sports memorabilia that was to be prominently displayed including two seats from the original Yankee stadium. For a coastal feel, shiplap is used on two walls of the family room area. In the bathroom shiplap is used again in a more creative way using wood grain white porcelain tile as the horizontal shiplap “wood”. We connected the tile horizontally with vertical white grout joints and mimicked the horizontal shadow line with dark grey grout. At first glance it looks like we wrapped the shower with real wood shiplap. Materials including a blue and white patterned floor, blue penny tiles and a natural wood vanity checked the list for that seaside feel. A large reclaimed wood door on an exposed sliding barn track separates the family room from the game room where reclaimed beams are punctuated with cable lighting. Cabinetry and a beverage refrigerator are tucked behind the rolling bar cabinet (that doubles as a Blackjack table!). A TV and upright video arcade machine round-out the entertainment in the room. Bar stools, two rotating club chairs, and large square poufs along with the Yankee Stadium seats provide fun places to sit while having a drink, watching billiards or a game on the TV. Signed baseballs can be found behind the bar, adjacent to the billiard table, and on specially designed display shelves next to the poker table in the family room. Thoughtful touches like the surfboards, signage, photographs and accessories make a visitor feel like they are on vacation at a well-appointed beach resort without being cliché.

Idées déco de sous-sols bord de mer

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