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Old 03-18-2004, 09:57 AM   #1
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layout, basement redo


I have a 70's redone basement complete with Orange Shag carpet and Dark Paneled Walls. My hobby is designing and making Jewelry. I would like to convert this part of the basement to a jewelry shop, and lounge area (just for me). I need some layout advise, or a contactor/designer that will help with this part of the project. I live in Rochester, New York

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I have a 70's redone basement complete with Orange Shag carpet and Dark Paneled Walls. My hobby is designing and making Jewelry. I would like to convert this part of the basement to a jewelry shop, and lounge area (just for me). I need some layout advise, or a contactor/designer that will help with this part of the project. I live in Rochester, New York

Thank you

OUCH!!! Now that's a makeover needed in the worst way.. Whoa!!

If still interested, I'll do what I can to help you. Seems pretty basic though.

-Joe

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