Nine crazy basement renovations

From Star Trek themed to the classic bar, check out the photos after the jump

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Jun.June 01, 2014 05:00 PM

 Who needs natural light when you have an arcade, a personal pub or a bowling alley right in your basement? Buzzbuzzhome has rounded up some of the most insane basement renovations out there. 

This arcade was a father-son DIY project inspired by the 1980s.

Pub-inspired basements are a popular renovation choice. This one was designed by Carisa Mahnken.

Another basement tavern. This one was also a DIY job.

This basement by Clutch Design Studio is part of a lavish “courtyard” estate in Denver, Colorado called the Crescent Residence.

And a third basement bar.

The u-shaped basement of Singapore’s “Fish House.”

Another underwater basement by Guz Architects, also in Singapore. This one is a part of the Tangga House.

Another play on the bar theme.

Canadian Star Trek fan Line Rainville spent $30,000 renovating her basement into a replica of the Starship Enterprise. [Buzzbuzzhome] Christopher Cameron


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