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    Basement Finished

    I have posted a couple threads associated with this project. It has been a longer than average project for me. I had someone come in and finish the ductwork in Aug 2016. I then tore out the fiberglass insulation (compromised by condensation) and had closed cell foam sprayed in Nov 2016. I officially started framing in Jan 2017 and declared this project finished (minus furniture and decorating) last month. I thought I would post some photos of the final project. There may be too many, so I won't judge anyone who doesn't have the patience to download them all!

    I just wanted to share-

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    Very nice space! Who is the photographer?
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    Very nice ljnelson109.
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    That is beautiful ljnelson109. Thanks for taking the time to post the pics.

    We need to do a bit of remodeling in our finished basement. We are going to remove the walls for the 4th bedroom as nobody stays with us, apparently we are not hospitable or welcoming? I need that space for a home office and it will just open up the whole family room area with the walls removed. I will need at least one post/column once the walls are down. Could you tell me more about the post/column in your second pic? Thanks
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    Great Space

    Congrats on finishing that space. It looks great.
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    Very nice! You've made a great looking space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Very nice space! Who is the photographer?
    My wife is the photog. Her real passion is nature photography, but she likes having the studio for taking pics of our kids and occasionally playing with still life. That room is set-up to be a bedroom if we ever need it, but for now it will be her studio with space to store all of her extra photography stuff in the closet. We still need to put a few finishing touches on that room, but she is happy to have the space.

    Her website is: The Gaggle Photography @ The Gaggle Photography but it doesn't get anywhere near the updates as her Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gagglephotog/, Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/ljnelson109/ and Facebook pages https://www.facebook.com/TheGagglePhotography

    The closet in that room is big (under the stairs) but will easily fill up with extra studio stuff....

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    And a closeup of her snaps display in the studio

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    And some studio samples so she can see the different finishes on the metal prints from one of her labs

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    Her Instagram is great. Thanks for posting. She does very nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    That is beautiful ljnelson109. Thanks for taking the time to post the pics.

    We need to do a bit of remodeling in our finished basement. We are going to remove the walls for the 4th bedroom as nobody stays with us, apparently we are not hospitable or welcoming? I need that space for a home office and it will just open up the whole family room area with the walls removed. I will need at least one post/column once the walls are down. Could you tell me more about the post/column in your second pic? Thanks
    I hate basement columns. I buried 9 of them in walls during this project. The wall locations and layout were adjusted, as needed, to hide what I could. For this one, I just couldn't find a way to hide it. I used a pole wrap product that they sell at Home Depot. I have seen it elsewhere, but if you find it in stock and can be happy with oak, it is far cheaper than any of the special order options. The oak solution for a 3.5" column at my local HD is only $45. I used these in my last house, too. For this one, we made up a custom stain to try to match it to the floor. I will get you a better picture if you want to see more detail.

    https://www.homedepot.com/s/pole-wrap?NCNI-5

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    Beautiful work, 109.
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