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Idées déco de sous-sols rouges

Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Basement Media Room
Inspiration pour un sous-sol urbain enterré avec un mur blanc et un sol blanc.
Antique barn board has its place... HERE!
Antique barn board has its place... HERE!
Kon-strux Developments
This basement family room features two walls of reclaimed barn board colorfully painted by children decades before. The boards were left in their original condition and installed horizontally on two walls in the family room, creating a fun and bright conversation piece.
Bethlehem Basement - pool table and bar
Bethlehem Basement - pool table and bar
michelekijak
Idée de décoration pour un sous-sol tradition donnant sur l'extérieur et de taille moyenne avec salle de jeu, un mur rouge, un sol en bois brun et un sol marron.
Custom Basement 1
Custom Basement 1
Matrix Basement Systems, Inc.
Idée de décoration pour un très grand sous-sol design donnant sur l'extérieur avec un mur beige, moquette, un sol beige et salle de cinéma.
Los Gatos Basement Renovation
Los Gatos Basement Renovation
CRC Builders Inc.
The clients enjoy entertaining guests in their home. They enjoy sports events, but don't necessarily enjoy the hustle 'n bustle of going to the stadium, finding a place to park, and in the case of football, freezing to death. They much prefer sharing the ambiance of their comfortable home, offering snacks and drinks from the bar, and enjoying a round of pool during intermissions and halftime, or watching halftime shows on a state-of-the-art home theater. These clients were so committed to this enterprise, they dedicated their 3,000 sq’ basement, except those areas already used for utility, storage, and mechanical needs, the renovation.To make sure the clients' every wish was met, a complete entertainment area was designed and constructed with ease of movement, lighting, and safety in mind. The area would include a home theater with totally wireless controls, a pool room, and a social area replete with a commercial-grade wet bar. The home theater consists of a screen within a custom cabinet system that also houses the complete audio-visual equipment center. Speakers are nestled in custom benches with the sound cones discretely hidden behind fabric panels. The motor for the panel that hides the screen when not in use is behind a similar fabric panel.The furniture style cabinet has Shaker style doors with walnut peg inlays and leaded glass panels. There are multiple lighting "scenes" for ambiance; low-voltage lighting inside the crown molding, and recessed can lights are discretely placed so that they can provide an extra level of illumination when required.The pool room was walled with a custom wainscot paneling with clear cherry stiles and rails finished with a clear satin lacquer. The panels are of Madagascar ebony with a light satin stain and a clear lacquer finish. A custom cue rack was constructed from clear cherry and backed with the Madagascar ebony panel.Drink rails were custom fabricated from cherry and custom crown molding was fabricated to match the rest of the house. The space is lit with a combination of recessed lights and a series of hidden lights behind crown molding for dramatic effect. The bar area is topped with a custom crown detail to contain the lighting. The bar is constructed in the same manner and fashion as the theater and pool rooms with Shaker style cabinetry with square walnut peg in the door corners and decorative leaded glass door fronts with more than enough front and back bar space to serve and enjoy drinks and snacks. Entry behind the bar is through custom, bi-directional butler doors. A custom bottle display and storage area takes up the bottom half of the bar's back wall. And, for the sake of convenience, a full size automatic dishwasher is installed under the bar for cleaning glasses and stemware. The bar is also tricked out with an espresso machine, its own flat screen TV and AmX video controller. The bar is lit with puck lights in the upper cabinets that illuminate downward through glass shelves, and low-voltage lighting is used behind the bottle display. The bar itself is lit by a series of earthen tone pendant lights.All three areas complement each other and are in total harmony with the remainder of the house. Moldings were matched, carpeting styles were chosen to complement rather than compromise, and muted, natural colors and textures were chosen that complement the surroundings. There is a seamless transition between the newer areas of the home and those already in everyday use. The entire area is a nebula of electrons operating servos, quietly opening and closing hidden switches, mysteriously dimming and brightening lights, and not only creating an alluring atmosphere, but one that is programmable, available at the touch of a finger to a heat sensitive screen, for an individual, or a group. At a single touch the lights in the theater and bar areas dim as the theater screen lowers into viewing position. Not only does the AMX controller open and close shades and window treatments to facilitate better viewing, but on an entirely different level it controls the very access to the property. It opens and closes entryways, external doors and gates as well.None of this magic came easily. Electrical circuits were at a premium. Over heating plagued the AV rack, and pesky rays of light seemed to creep in where and when they were least welcome. An exhaust fan was installed in the AV cabinet to dissipate the heat. New electrical outlets were scheduled and placed while others were moved. The bar area received custom wire chases hidden within the cabinetry. Exterior roll-a-way shutters, all controlled from the AMX controller, were installed and programmed as the answer to those pesky light rays.
Fishtown, Philadelphia: Eclectic multi-floor renovation
Fishtown, Philadelphia: Eclectic multi-floor renovation
Buckminster Green LLC
Andrea Cipriani Mecchi: photo
Idées déco pour un petit sous-sol éclectique semi-enterré avec un mur gris, sol en béton ciré et un sol gris.
Swanky Lounge Basement Conversion
Swanky Lounge Basement Conversion
Martha Murray Design
Steve Tauge Studios
Réalisation d'un sous-sol vintage de taille moyenne et enterré avec sol en béton ciré, une cheminée ribbon, un manteau de cheminée en carrelage, un mur beige et un sol beige.
Staging to Sell - Long Knife
Staging to Sell - Long Knife
Living Spaces by Lyn
David Stewart
Cette image montre un grand sous-sol traditionnel donnant sur l'extérieur avec moquette, une cheminée standard, un manteau de cheminée en brique et un sol beige.
New Modern House 1
New Modern House 1
WERK | Building Modern
Basement at North Bay - Architecture/Interiors: HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles - Construction Management: WERK | Building Modern - Photography: The Home Aesthetic
New Modern House 1
New Modern House 1
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Lower Level Table Tennis Room - Architecture/Interiors: HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles - Construction Management: WERK | Building Modern - Photography: The Home Aesthetic
Secret Basement Speakeasy in Barrington
Secret Basement Speakeasy in Barrington
Advance Design Studio, Ltd.
Speakeasy entrance.
Inspiration pour un sous-sol traditionnel enterré et de taille moyenne avec un bar de salon, un mur gris, un sol en vinyl, un manteau de cheminée en bois et un sol gris.
Rumson NJ Luxury Custom New Home
Rumson NJ Luxury Custom New Home
Gambrick
finished basement with dark brown stained oak floors and beige area rug. Dark brown leather sofa. White walls and ceilings with recessed lighting and built in shelves.
Pierre's Retreat  (Basement)
Pierre's Retreat (Basement)
KUBE architecture
Paul Burk
Cette photo montre un grand sous-sol tendance semi-enterré avec parquet clair et un sol beige.
Brookfield Addition
Brookfield Addition
Mukwonago Remodeling
Cette image montre un sous-sol traditionnel de taille moyenne avec un mur rouge et aucune cheminée.
Unique ideas for your home
Unique ideas for your home
Talon Construction Inc.
Talon Construction basement residential remodeling project in the Villages of Urbana, MD 21704 with a custom cabinet door to secret kids playroom
Idée de décoration pour un grand sous-sol tradition enterré avec un mur multicolore, sol en stratifié et un sol marron.
Large Lower Basement with Built-In Cabinetry
Large Lower Basement with Built-In Cabinetry
Abruzzo Kitchen & Bath
Large open floor plan in basement with full built-in bar, fireplace, game room and seating for all sorts of activities. Cabinetry at the bar provided by Brookhaven Cabinetry manufactured by Wood-Mode Cabinetry. Cabinetry is constructed from maple wood and finished in an opaque finish. Glass front cabinetry includes reeded glass for privacy. Bar is over 14 feet long and wrapped in wainscot panels. Although not shown, the interior of the bar includes several undercounter appliances: refrigerator, dishwasher drawer, microwave drawer and refrigerator drawers; all, except the microwave, have decorative wood panels.
Lower Levels
Lower Levels
McDowell Remodeling
A cozy, warm place was created in this lower level, with a wall of shelving and cabinets for storage, and unique display of wine collection.
Réalisation d'un grand sous-sol vintage avec salle de jeu et un sol en linoléum.
Wood Residence
Wood Residence
crbs co.
William Kildow
Idée de décoration pour un sous-sol vintage semi-enterré avec un mur vert, aucune cheminée, moquette et un sol rose.
Basement Renovation
Basement Renovation
Ileana Schinder, PLLC
Erin Kelleher
Cette image montre un sous-sol design semi-enterré et de taille moyenne avec un mur bleu.
Modern Basement
Modern Basement
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
Cette photo montre un petit sous-sol tendance semi-enterré avec un mur blanc, sol en stratifié, un sol blanc et poutres apparentes.

Idées déco de sous-sols rouges

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