Let’s be honest, we all look at blogs for the pictures. Before shots are fun to include because they really make you appreciate the after. Today we’ve gathered up our most dramatic transformations to show you that every space has potential. 

Windsong Project: Exterior

This modern farmhouse took over a year to complete, and we took the project on when there were only 3 of us in the office! (We have a team of 30 now.) It’s one of our most popular projects and we can see why. The exterior transformation was out of this world! 

You can see more of the Windsong Project here, and watch the tour here


We were so excited when our clients told us they wanted navy cabinetry in their white kitchen! We used a go-to navy of ours, Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore. The result of this kitchen is open and bright, and we even used it as the set in our Kitchen Styling webisode. 

Lynwood Remodel Before - Studio McGeeLynwood Remodel - Studio McGee


The infamous pink bathroom had to make it into this post. It was hard to get a good shot of this bathroom, it was so tiny! But I think this shot gives you an idea of what it was like. 

We took out some space from the master to make the bathroom a little bit bigger. Combined with the shiplap walls and patterned tile floors, the space felt like a completely different room! 


See more of the Lynwood Remodel here

Rangeview Reno: Dining Room 

We did a lot to this dining room. Luckily our clients were on board with all the changes. (Seriously, they approved the very first design plan without changes!) We replaced floors and baseboards, painted everything, and removed the crown from the tray ceiling. The result is modern and sophisticated. 

The Mystic Landscape art piece was a complete game changer in this dining room. It set the mood and brought in a cool, neutral color palette. 

See more of the Rangeview Reno here! 

U-Street Project: Bathroom 

Not only did this bathroom come with ancient wallpaper, but black mold as well! A lot had to change, and the coolest part is that our client and his dad did the demos on their own while the couple lived in the basement. 

See more of the U-Street Project here, and watch the webisode here