We know how to helm a renovation that will wow. Take a look at our most impressive before-and-after pics and start thinking about how we can makeover your space.
There are very few things in life as gratifying as a good before-and-after reveal. And, no offense to shots of people wearing now-very-roomy khakis, we’re partial to the interiors kind. That’s why we rounded up our boldest remodels, from drastic dining rooms to can-you-believe-it-kitchens and bad, bad, bad, bad before bedrooms, these are the kind of spaces that feel magically madeover. Luckily, if you’re looking for a total transformation (or just a little guidance) we can help.
Silicon Valley gets farm friendly in this makeover. We couldn’t believe the before and after of these built-ins or the way lighting made a huge difference in the space.
Proof that the footprint doesn’t have to change to do something dramatic. The bold cookies and cream marble paired with luxe moody green cabinets make this kitchen good enough to eat.
Design by; Photos by Sean Litchfield
We’ll let designer Elisa Shankle explain just how bad it was: “The kitchen was pretty hideous before, having an old finish for the cabinets and an older Shaker style. We gutted the entire kitchen and created a layout that fit all of their storage needs and, thanks to its clean and fresh look, doesn’t feel overwhelming with all of the cabinetry.” You’ll want to read more and see the stunning living room wallpaper here.
This East Village duplex wasn’t giving off hip gritty neighborhood vibes—it was just actually gritty. Enter Homepolish and designerwho turned it into a warm, modernist escape (just wait until you see the bedroom).
Design by Alice Cheng; Photos by Chad Mellon
Want to see three boldly black and white bathroom makeovers? Say it three times fast or just click here to see the incredible, ultra-modern way we transformed not one but three bathrooms in this home.
Design by Rachel Chulew; Photo by Jeff Jones
We couldn’t resist showing you a sneak peek of an incredible Dallas makeover by designer Rachel Chulew. Stay tuned for more bananas before-and-afters from this one.
This massive Manhattan Beach home is an exercise in casual sophistication, but there’s nothing casual about the extreme changes designer Mandy Cheng implemented during the reno.
A classic home becomes a modern marvel in one of Boston’s most charming suburbs, thanks to Homepolish designer Helen Bergin.
If you want a kitchen or bathroom renovation that will stand the test of time, going white can be just right. But mastering the palette without feeling too vacant can be a challenge—but not for Homepolish.
Few could be laid-back when it comes to capturing the California vibes and still sneaking in tons of storage (like this gorgeous open shelving), but designer Nina Jizhar made it look easy.
Design by Alevtina Vinokur; Photos by Daniel Wang
If you both work in fashion, pressure is on to create an apartment that reflects your chic sensibilities, even if you only have 650-square-feet to work with.
For a couple downsizing near the beach, designer Caity Hall uses their San Diego condo as a chance to upgrade their style for bright, airy space that feels refreshingly timeless.
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