The basement post remodel.
Photo courtesy of Mike Burcewicz
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Man Cave, Toledo, Ohio

Because they live in a flood-prone area, they decided not to use drywall or carpet. Going for an industrial look, they purchased sheets of corrugated steel. The clearance steel was 96-inches tall, but they only needed 32-inch sheets. The solution: cut the sheets and use aluminum roof flashing on the sharp top edge.

At game time, friends gather on chairs, stools, and a couch. The prime seats are, of course, these two from an old movie theater. Burcewicz seems to have thought of everything—a stocked mini fridge and a urinal eliminate the need for trips upstairs.

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