Basement Rec Room With Orange and White Stripe Wall
This simple basement design is perfect for a home gym. The concrete walls are softened by an accent wall of orange and white painted diagonal stripes. Rubber floor matts soften the floor for working out, and letters painted on the wall allow for an easy way to keep track of workout sessions.
In this living room, a modern sectional sofa is situated in front of a large screen television to provide plenty of seating and an optimal viewing area for screenings of the family's favorite movies. Shelving and cabinets in the far corner provide a place for storage and display, while a fireplace to the left of the television warms the space. A window lets in plenty of natural light, and recessed lighting helps to give additional light to the space. To finish off the space, designers added a neutral, grid-patterned area rug to provide definition to the living space.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call, John and Anthony created a home office for the Cancer Stinks Foundation that the Tarabokia family created. The space is complete with a new desk and assembly line that is the main hub of the foundation. Orders are received on the iPad, then the boxes are sent down a metal conveyer, where they will be filled with different gifts before being shipped off to other cancer patients. This area used to be just an old desk with no light and cement walls.
This contemporary basement features all-over white walls paired with sleek white storage cabinets that are perfect for stowing away various items. Two red plastic rocking chairs featuring light wood legs are positioned in front of a flat screen television, while light gray carpet finishes off the minimalistic look of the space.
Comfortable neutral furnishings with a subtle diamond pattern provide a cozy sitting area around the television in this gray basement. A black kitchen island with a dark marble countertop creates a bar area perfect for entertaining. Unusual metal pendant lights provide bright light in the space and serve as an interesting art piece.
Basement Home Theater Features Built-In Cabinets, Fireplace, Wet Bar & Additional Seating
Designed for ideal entertaining, gatherings and home comfort, this transitional styled basement features a home theater with built-in cabinets and fireplace, a wet bar with and additional table/seating all framed within several different types of wood and stains.
Modern Basement Rec Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah installed new wood paneling below the chair rail, neutral modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable space that will accommodate a growing family of four.
A bold, dark ceiling contrasts with the bright white walls in this inviting basement. The large, brightly lit space leaves plenty of room for play at the foosball table, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.
Stylish Transitional Basement Bar With Built-In Wine Storage
This transitional basement bar features a classic wooden countertop paired with a built-in wine rack and white cabinets, including several with glass-front doors. Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the bar area, while white subway tiles complete the backsplash.
This spacious basement wet bar features stainless steel countertops paired with dark brown cabinets and a red brick accent wall. Industrial style pendant lights and bar stools complete the look of the area, while a nearby pool table provides an additional space for entertaining guests.
Transitional Home Theater Features Striking Red Sectional, Armchair & Ottoman
A striking red sectional and oversized, plush armchair boast of comfort and style in this transitional basement home theater. Designed for optimal entertaining, built-in cabinets and fireplace, a wet bar and additional table and seating are all framed within several different types of wood and stains to match the unique floor.
Gorgeous Open-Plan Family Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah highlighted the home's original gray stone fireplace with rustic-modern furnishings in chic blues, grays and rich cherry browns. Plenty of seating and storage allow this room to be used for movie nights, casual dinners or sleepovers for the clients' two young boys.