Incredible makeover of a basement turned into a home pub in New York

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This unique basement transformation into a home pub with a wine cellar was designed by Crisp Architects in New York City, New York. Here is a description of the renovation project from the architects, “Seldom have we been asked to collaborate with a client who has had such a fully realized vision of the final outcome as this basement pub. I believe he could see himself drinking a pint of stout with friends, throwing darts and playing pool in this space before we measured the existing conditions. We had a great time helping make our client’s vision a reality, working on the details, and throwing in our two cents worth.”

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Bench and Fireplace

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Bar With Stained Glass Window

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Detail of Wood and Sconce

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Entry to the Pub With Pool Table. The dark color you are seeing here is from Benjamin Moore called Bittersweet Chocolate in high gloss. The floor was the same color, but in matte. The color for the upper half of the wall is Benjamin Moore White Dove. The light over top of the pool table has been custom designed by the pool table company called Blatt Billiards out of Manhattan.

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Entry to Wine Cellar With Table. The stone on the wall is an artificial stone veneer called Owens Corning Cultured Stone. The floor boards are comprised oak, the process a thick vapor barrier, rigid insulation, oak furring strips glue and screws.

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Benches and Tables With View to Bar. The ceiling light fixtures are from Restoration Hardware.

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Photos: Rob Karosis Photographer

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6 years ago

Looks awesome!

Laundry john
10 years ago

I don’t usually comment on renovations but this is impressive when you consider the basement they started with….good vision, and amazing execution!