Handsome cabinetry in oak, with sophisticated lighting and glass shelves, showcases a remarkable collection of sports memorabilia in the basement bar area. Custom, illuminated shelving for assorted swords creates an impressive visual display.
This traditional basement features built-in cabinetry to showcase sports memorabilia. Nearby, a wet bar is the perfect spot for entertaining guests and grabbing snacks while playing foosball and other games.
Create visual interest on your bookshelf by varying the shelf heights and displaying taller objects. Here, a combination of photos, sports memorabilia and industrial decor adds a personal touch to the built-in shelf.
This large closet boasts of cubbies handsomely adorned in luxurious wood and traditional pulls. Inlaid floor detailing and understated molding details accent the well dressed, masculine space. Curved cabinetry with a glass door provides a striking place to showcase personal items and sports memorabilia.
Designer Justine Sterling set out to modernize this young bachelor's open living and dining areas, but in a thoughtful way that would respect the location and also provide the client with a functional design. The narrow living room space was one of the biggest challenges in the space planning. By creating a wall hung entertainment unit and bookcase, with a large area rug and small cocktail tables, the narrow space was visually widened.
Sterling's client has a great sense of nostalgia for his old collections of passed down family treasures and many were custom framed, placed in museum style boxes or simply placed under a cloche, like his Red Sox signed ball collection. What could have been cliche sports memorabilia now looks tasteful and purposeful.