Josh Pincus and Claudia Mendelson created MPink Design LLC. in 2006. MPink Design offers a full range of design services, including: Residential and boutique commercial building design, interior design and decorating, exterior and interior planning, kitchen and bathroom design, basement design, full home renovations and additions, custom furniture design, new custom residences and space planning for home, office and retail. MPink Design can help you create the space you were dreaming of or the one you never thought was possible. At MPink Design, we believe that design should be approached with new and innovative ideas. We focus on solutions that maximize the potential use of your space and combine these solutions with a critical attention to detail and materials while also providing service that is efficient in time and cost.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Tiki and mid-century modern. These terms help define our starting point for our most recent project in Park Ridge. However, this basement remodel will reference these terms while connecting it to contemporary lifestyles. The project is currently in pricing, so we hope to soon have pictures that show these renderings turning into reality. Our thought on this one? Have some fun in your design! Don't be afraid to use color and materials to enhance your space.
View from the tiki room looking out on to the rest of the space.
Wood selections, crisp details, color tones and lighting will all contribute to the tone of the design.

The new home office will be connected to the rest of the basement but accessible through a private hallway. 

Relocating the tv and keeping and creating a mixture of closed and open storage will help organize the space.

Music is very important to this family so a dedicated Music Zone has been created. 

We had planned on having "Tiki Island" shown in the foreground, but this concept has been put on the back burner for now. We are still hoping to incorporate tiki lighting and wall coverings though.
A display wall will help organize and highlight the art of the each tiki piece.
The current design has more display cubes for the tiki than shown in this rendering.
Lighting in the ceiling will also highlight the art.  

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