U Street Bathroom Reveal Webisode
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U Street Bathroom Reveal Webisode

Watch the webisode featuring our U Street Project!

You won't believe our U Street Project's bathroom transformation! Our clients just moved into the charming Avenues, a neighborhood in Salt Lake City. The home had good bones, but needed an update. From changing the layout to creating a modern take on traditional design, we'd steal this bathroom any day! Watch our new webisode to see the before, the demolition, and the final result! The final space is modern, relaxing, and clean. You would've believe it was from the same home as the rooms in the before images! 

Some highlights in the webisode:

  • The wallpaper that was previously existing! It was definitely fun, and definitely outdated.
  • Our sweet clients doing the demo themselves! Slow clap for them.
  • The incredible rug that serves as the star of the show. It sets the color scheme and the mood, while grounding the space.  

If you loved the webisode, you'll love the photo tour! Enjoy the whole process and see more before and after images in the reveal blog post

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18 Comments
Studio McGee
  1. My favorite of your videos by far! LOVE having the home-owners in the video, and LOVE seeing the behind the scenes design board/ordering process. Keep up the good work!

  2. You just made my day! We have an original 6 drawer campaign style Drexel dresser that we were thinking of turning into a bathroom vanity. Seeing that piece in real life in a gorgeous space gave us the push we needed! Contrasted with the marble hex it is just stunning ?

  3. I’m loving all of these videos studio McGee! I get so excited each time I check your blog and there is a new one posted! Love this bathroom! Love shea’s wavy hair and dewy makeup! Love love love studio McGee!

  4. Loving your webisodes. This bathroom is divine! I would love to see floorplans with measurements for the makeovers that you do. I have 2 bathrooms in my home that I need to completely gut and I am really struggling to figure out the best layout for these small spaces. This bathroom looks like it really maximises the space, while still feeling roomy.

    1. We’re so glad you like them Leisa, thanks for your sweet comment! Good luck with your small spaces, bet they’ll turn out amazing!

  5. I love the final look in this bathroom. It looks spacious and very elegant! Just a question: do you have the link for the shower? I would love to see if fits in one of my projects.

  6. This bathroom is beautiful! What type of marble is on the floor (large hex) and shower walls? Is it Carrara or Carrara Bella?

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