It’s hard to look at what this kitchen started as, since it was so dark and claustrophobic.
Cutting down some walls and painting everything white let tons of light shine through this kitchen.
There’s not much to say about this daffodil yellow kitchen, except that it was yellow.
From the butcher block countertop to the subway tile backsplash, this kitchen is so perfect.
The painted cabinets, marble vanity, and new paint job makes this bathroom look incredible.
This rental needed a pick-up that didn’t cost too much money and didn’t involve too many changes.
With a quick paint job and some accessories, this living room transformed for just $150.
This attic was turned into an office, but it needed a bit more TLC.
Not only does the desk look great, but you should see the couch area, too.
This master bathroom did not stand out with its builder-grade bathroom vanity.
We would love this customized vanity in our bathroom any day.
The extra wall between the kitchen and dining room made it seem small and cramped.
With the middle wall down, this kitchen became bright and open.
The washing machine looked lonely without anything surrounding it.
The cube shelves made this a place for laundry and for shoes.
This small kitchen felt dark with the wood cabinets.
We love how the B&W tiled backsplash reflects the black and white painted cabinets.