Albany Basement Conversion to New Home Office

We converted a 6'-8" high storage area to a standard ceiling height Home Office and connected the space to the existing living space and added a 1/2 Bath as well. The project involved excavation, retaining walls with drainage and waterproofing. We added windows at the areas that were above grade. We also upgraded previously installed stairs and created a built-in Nook area in the Kitchen
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Photo by Sunny Grewal
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Custom floating vanity with stone top and Salvaged Eucalyptus veneer Photo by Sunny Grewal
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Photo by Sunny Grewal
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We Replaced the existing carpeted un-evan stairs. Photo by Sunny Grewal
“Foundation disguise?” — miffyjane
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This is the existing Family Room and the new opening to the eHome Office (glass door). We replaced the existing painted shelving with Eucalyptus shelving to match other woodwork at the Office. Photo by Sunny Grewal
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This is a 2 person work area woth floating desk tops. Photo by Sunny Grewal
“hhh” — micbmill
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Built-in flat screen tv into gypsum board wall. Photo by Sunny Grewal
“these are neat ways to make it look like expensive cabinetry. just a recessed opening with gyproc t” — patmorrison
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