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The 'After' Result

The homeowner had enlisted Excelsior, Minn.-based Union Place to breathe some new life into a lower level that had served as a hangout for his teenage son, who was now in college. What better opportunity to reclaim the room and add some modern technology to immerse yourself in sports action properly—in mega-screen, high-definition glory? He even had the whole multiple-display concept, for viewing more than one game at a time (or playing video games while watching a sporting event), already planted as part of a basement version 1.0. Now with a custom electronics pro in the mix, basement 2.0 was about to blow the original away. “It featured nondescript walls, aged technology, mismatched furniture, a support beam exactly in the middle of the space, a sparse-looking fireplace and a bland color scheme,” Union Place’s Brian Duggan says of how the basement used to be. Now it’s a destination rich in woodworking, decor and big-screen multi-viewing … it just took some re-planning to get there.




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Superwide Screen Used for Multi-Sports Video Wall