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Urban Loft-Style Bonus Room

Episode DMIM-109H

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  • July 21, 2014

    4:30 AM e/p

Kirsten and Maurice bought their home in suburban Milwaukee two years ago. Even though they've renovated most of the house, their bonus room still has stained carpet, used furniture and outdated wall paneling. Kirsten and Maurice imagine the room becoming a casual living space for entertaining family and friends. So, they call on Jeremy and his team at Flux Design to put the "bonus" back into their bonus room. Flux decides to redesign the space as an urban loft-inspired living room. They wrap the existing structural beams with steel sheet metal to mimic the look of a rehabbed warehouse. The industrial style continues down the wall which is clad in reclaimed Cream City brick. On the opposite wall, Flux Design installs a dramatic and artistic wood block wall with exotic hardwoods. They carry this wood block style into a custom coffee table and dry bar. Finally, a sectional sofa and authentic Persian rug add comfort and warmth to the room. When revealed, Kirsten and Maurice love the bold style and function of their new bonus room.

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