By separating this large space into sections, Dad can enjoy the game with his buddies, while Mom relaxes at the table, enjoying a glass of wine with friends. A waffled ceiling and dramatic glass pendant lights add visual interest to the space.
Press the opposing side of the hook and loop tape to the attached side. Fold the cushions together and fold the pocket flap over. Determine the position of opposing hook and loop tape and mark it. Attach the opposing side of the hook and loop tape with fabric glue or by hand stitching.
Remove any excess threads on entire project.
Sew any parts along the fold of the base fabric which have not already been sewn. Insert cushion into the first cushion cover. Fold the bottom edge under at least 1/2”. Pin and sew in place, double stitching at ends for durability. Add second cushion to cushion cover and repeat pinning and sewing.
Inside this furnished basement, a marble kitchen island with an under-mounted stainless steel sink and single faucet provides a place to make and eat meals, while a living room area includes a brown sofa and pair of upholstered chairs. Three pendant lights and simple recessed lighting illuminates the room.
Floating shelves store bar supplies in this finished basement that's built for entertaining. A curved soffit mirrors the lines of the red quartz countertop, both custom touches that add interest and maximize space.
A retro wet bar with cosmic accents sits outside the entry to a Star Trek-themed pinball arcade, turning this finished basement into a fun party spot. A curved soffit mirrors the lines of the curved, quartz-topped bar.
The bar in this home's finished basement sits next to the open windows that lead to the outside bar. The bar has a cement top and is surrounded by unfinished wood to give an industrial feel. A built-in beer tap adds to the unique look of the area.