Mosaik Design and Fig Studio remodeled this basement to include entertainment features that the kids would love. Hightop tables with simple wood barstools provide the perfect place for an afternoon snack while enjoying a game of ping pong.
Mosaik Design and Fig Studio remodeled the basement to include a fabulous guest bathroom with a walk-in shower and stylish gray vanity. Touches of color in the backsplash and tiled shower complement the cream walls.
The basement in this Tampa Bay home is the perfect family-friendly game room. The multifunctional space features a comfortable TV-watching spot, a wet bar and pool table. Designer Don Sharp also designed the space to take advantage of the rear views and covered deck.
This poolhouse is located on a lower terrace behind the main home at the basement level. The property's natural slope presented a design challenge, but it also allowed for a large rear terrace. The adjacent pool features large gray flagstones.
Laundry room in the basement and no solution for covering up pipes and concrete? Enter pegboard. Organizing Made Fun blogger Becky Barnfather painted her pegboard a cheery green and white design to add style and function to the area.
This spacious basement playroom features built-in shelving with pullout containers fit for organizing small pieces. The wall-to-wall storage unit includes a built-in desk, providing the perfect spot for piecing together complicated Lego designs.
White walls and walnut furniture offer a neutral base for the design of this art-infused dining room. The unusually shaped chandelier and table base are works of art in their own right without detracting from the homeowners' beloved artwork on display.
Walls were removed to open the basement space and add light. Polished concrete floors add texture and depth, while custom Alder cabinetry and a built-in bar create a dramatic backdrop. A cozy seating area surrounds a brick fireplace, completing the urban design.
Due to the existing terrain, the basement level opens directly on grade. The rear of the home becomes more informal with the octagonal family room and varying roof lines of the bedrooms on the second floor. Just to the left is the poolhouse and pool.
This Chappaqua property, with its strict setback requirements and a 10 to 12-foot drop-off, posed a design challenge, even with four acres to play with. To accommodate the landscape, the home was designed to have two stories in the front and three in the back, allowing for a walkout basement.