Photo By: Interior Designer: Jenny Guggenheim, Photo: Lincoln Barbour
Photo By: Sawhorse Design & Build
Contemporary Basement With Red Rocking Chairs
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.
Kick back, relax and enjoy the comfort of this sitting area. The basement was remodeled by Mosaik Design and Fig Studio to fit the entertainment needs of the family. Complete with foosball, a ping pong table, a kitchenette and an entertainment center, the space is the ultimate place to gather with friends and family.
A large couch with colorful pillows and blankets separates the game room and bar from the living room area in this newly finished basement. Pressboard and tin construct a fun and rugged playhouse for the kids in the corner.
This open basement provides space for a dining table, bar and sitting area. The yellow walls make the room feel spacious and contrast well with the gray carpet and accents. Contemporary yellow chairs surround a wooden dining table while white leather bar stools look elegant against a gray tufted bar.
The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor. The basement is transformed into a contemporary media room with comfortable black sectional facing a large flatscreen TV. A striped area rug adds visual texture underneath, while sliding glass doors lead out to a sleek outdoor living area.
White Basement Bedroom Features Orange Accent Wall
This contemporary basement bedroom boasts an orange accent wall to help brighten the lower-level space. A large window brings in some natural light. A brown leather bed frame is topped with white bed linens, and a wood desk is paired with a modern white chair. A bright blue lampshade adds an extra pop of color.
Rustic Modern Family Room Decor From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah aimed to create a rustic, refined feel in this multi-purpose basement family room. She chose a soft gray wall paint and Brazilian slate floor tiles to complement the home's original stone fireplace. Functional decor such as built-in cabinets and chic metal kindling bins make for a space that is gorgeous yet practical for a growing family of four.
Neutral Contemporary Basement With Wall for Wine Storage
White sofas and chairs make for a cozy sitting area in this neutral contemporary basement. Mere steps away is a 300-bottle wine-storage wall, complete with a table for enjoying wine tastings with guests.
The living room and entertainment area of this basement feels industrial and rustic with its exposed black ceiling and unfinished plywood walls. The custom-built entertainment center includes a flat-screen television that lowers into the cabinet when the dry-erase board is not in use.
The basement kitchenette uses a black-and-white color palette combined with stainless steel to create a chic, contemporary design. A trio of pendant lights hangs above a sleek bar-height table and black barstools, while a stainless steel backsplash provides a chic setting for the sink and cabinet area.
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.