designer: Michaela Quinton Copper Sky Designs + Mods
size: The bar is located in the 500-square-foot (46-square-meter) media room. 20 x 25 feet
Homeowner’s request. “This bar/media room was a useless empty space until we excavated the basement to create a great entertainment space for this family,” says Houzz ideabooks for homeowners and design ideas. says designer Michaela Quinton, who collaborated with “The client wanted to stay in a charming, historic in-town home in Atlanta, but needed more space for the family. We went downstairs, this media room was a nice, large flex space for them, and a bar with all the accoutrements: beverage fridge, freezer, ice maker, trash bin, sink, storage, display shelving, etc. is provided.”
special features. “The tile backsplash and paint colors are what make this space so special,” says Quinton. “The tiles are matte marble and brass geometric patterns. It’s a nice accent.”
Countertops are Calacatta Cielo marble.
designer tips. “We painted the walls, ceiling, and all the decorations in this room the same deep blue as Sherwin-Williams Rainstorm,” says Quinton. “It gives the space a moody and cozy feel and is perfect for a media bonus room in the basement. Don’t be afraid to use
“Hmm” moments. “Construction of this cellar began as an excavation project,” says Quinton. “We transformed the unusable space under the historic mansion into a beautiful space with nine-foot-high ceilings, a bar, media room, guest bedrooms and bathrooms, storage rooms, and home his gym. Converted to basement.
“The basement excavation process is complex and cumbersome, requiring structural engineering, large conveyor belts, and a large amount of manual excavation. However, they trusted our due diligence, knowledge and experience and as a result were very pleased, especially with the space they acquired. was there.”
Tiles: Marble and Brass Lavallière Mosaic, 12 x 14 inches, Daltile
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