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Rich wood floors, exposed brick, and exposed duct work.  Warm, natural, hip.

basement Rich wood floors, exposed brick, and exposed duct work.

Unusual Bookcase - Exposed Beams, Pipes, Ducts and More - Unconventional Home Design Ideas - Bob Vila

Exposed! 10 Tips for Showing Off Ducts, Pipes, Beams and More

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An unfinished basement gives you the opportunity to expand your living space as your family grows or your needs change. Finishing the walls and floor is fairly straightforward, but the ceiling presents another problem because duct work often hangs beneath the floor joists above. This means you can't simply secure drywall to the ceiling

How to Hide Ducts in a Basement

An unfinished basement gives you the opportunity to expand your living space as your family grows or your needs change. Finishing the walls and floor is fairly straightforward, but the ceiling .

Hide duct work and ceiling wires in basement with something a bit more inspiring and inviting.  Refaced reclaimed wood stained with Red Chestnut 232 (minwax)   More photos: http://gege.re/gallery/72157600671314980

Hide duct work and ceiling wires in basement with something a bit more inspiring and inviting. Refaced reclaimed wood stained with Red Chestnut 232 (mineax)

How to Locate & Seal Duct Work Leaks- Leaky and poorly insulated ducts (especially in attics) severely compromise the performance of your heating and cooling equipment. Sealing and insulating your ducts can increase the efficiency of your heating and cooling system by 20 percent and greatly increase air flow. (Lowering that power bill!)

Seal Exposed Ductwork Tiny openings in furnace and air conditioning ductwork add up to big energy losses. Permanently plug those leaks.

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This is cool because it has both the poles done in the panels, but also the duct work near the ceiling

My customer wanted something completely different so I built their bulkhead and support columns all out of red oak plywood and solid wood.

CH+D mags Fall 2012 Best Of Photos - traditional - kitchen - charleston - Charleston Home + Design Mag

CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos - traditional - kitchen - charleston - Charleston Home + Design Mag

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