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TATCOR Building & Remodeling
Downingtown Finished Basement: Theater/Bar Area, Kids Area and Powder Room
Due to the limited space and the budget, we chose to install a wall bar versus a two-level bar front. The wall bar included white cabinetry below a white/grey quartz counter top, open wood shelving, a drop-in sink, beverage cooler, and full fridge. For an excellent entertaining area along with a great view to the large projection screen, a half wall bar height top was installed with bar stool seating for four and custom lighting. The AV projectors were a great solution for providing an awesome entertainment area at reduced costs. HDMI cables and cat 6 wires were installed and run from the projector to a closet where the Yamaha AV receiver as placed giving the room a clean simple look along with the projection screen and speakers mounted on the walls.
Chango & Co.
Old Westbury Wine Cellar
Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Construction Administration, Custom Millwork & Furniture Design by Chango & Co. Photography by Jacob Snavely
Braun Building Center
Kitchenette / Wet Bar Design: Mid Continent Cabinetry
This lower level kitchenette/wet bar was designed with Mid Continent Cabinetry’s Vista line. A shaker Yorkshire door style was chosen in HDF (High Density Fiberboard) finished in a trendy Brizo Blue paint color. Vista Cabinetry is full access, frameless cabinetry built for more usable storage space. The mix of soft, gold tone hardware accents, bold paint color and lots of decorative touches combine to create a wonderful, custom cabinetry look filled with tons of character.
Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc
Transitional Basement Reno
Beautiful basement renovation. Central area includes side table with stools, TV, and large, comfortable light beige sectional sofa. Transitional design with a neutral beige and grey palette, and gold accessories.
Metro Building and Remodeling Group LLC
Sports Fan Dream Basement in Northern Virginia
Photographer: Bob Narod
Hammer & Hand
Referred to inside H&H as “the basement of dreams,” this project transformed a raw, dark, unfinished basement into a bright living space flooded with daylight. Working with architect Sean Barnett of Polymath Studio, Hammer & Hand added several 4’ windows to the perimeter of the basement, a new entrance, and wired the unit for future ADU conversion. This basement is filled with custom touches reflecting the young family’s project goals. H&H milled custom trim to match the existing home’s trim, making the basement feel original to the historic house. The H&H shop crafted a barn door with an inlaid chalkboard for their toddler to draw on, while the rest of the H&H team designed a custom closet with movable hanging racks to store and dry their camping gear. Photography by Jeff Amram.