Butler's Pantry Provides Easy Space to Serve Food to Adjacent Family Room
A small butler's pantry with sink, microwave and counter space make it easy to serve snacks for epic TV binge-watching sessions in the adjacent family room. The whitewashed brick wall matches the accent wall just out of sight in the family room.
Industrial Closet Shelves From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson repurposed a small and unnecessary extra bedroom into a large, functional walk-in closet with industrial built-in shelves perfect for storing shoes and accessories.
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.
This spacious basement renovation features a garage door that links together indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing for easy transition between the pool table area and covered patio. The adjacent great room provides additional space for relaxing and entertaining.
Those industrial details continue to the back of the house, where a long dock lined with cables leads to two spacious garages. With dark gray shingles and identical A-frames, the structures bring stunning symmetry to the natural landscape.
Gorgeous, Industrial Walk-In Closet From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson repurposed an unnecessary extra bedroom into a large, functional walk-in closet with industrial built-in component shelves perfect for storing shoes and accessories.
A zinc-clad barn door conceals this walk in pantry when not in use. Shelves made from chicken wire and angle iron allow crumbs fall to the counter instead of being stuck on the shelves, making for easy cleanup.
A centrally located wine room, constructed of glass and steel to coordinate with the building's existing garage doors, makes a grand statement in the restaurant's dining area. An original brick wall serves as a backdrop for the glowing display.
James Angus and Jamie Bolton are serial garage hackers who have created the ultimate man cave. Faced with lack of space, they made use of reused and repurposed items found around the house. This includes cabinets left from a kitchen renovation. They stacked two over the washer and dryer and left room for plumbing pipe rod to hold loose hangers.