Park City Canyons Remodel: Main Floor
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Park City Canyons Remodel: Main Floor

Tour the main floor of our Park City Canyons Project!

Today we're showing you more of our Park City Canyons Remodel! This cabin has warm, welcoming, mountain vibes without overdoing it. We've revealed the great room and kitchen, so we're excited for you to see the bedrooms, bathrooms, mudroom and laundry room of the main floor. Don't miss the webisode for a full video tour! This project was for a full-service client, so we can't reveal all the sources. The ones we can share are tagged at the bottom of the post!

BEFORE: master suite

AFTER: Master Suite

The home was built with a lot of heavy wood choices. We wanted to bring balance to the amazing beams and ceiling by painting the base, casing, and internal doors gray.
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You can see the wood and stone detail is still very eye catching — by lightening the baseboards and casing with a light gray, your eyes are drawn to the beautiful natural details of the home without being overwhelmed.
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We mixed metals with our silver Reed Single Sconce and brass mirrors to elevate the space and warm up this large master bathroom.

BEFORE: MUDROOM & LAUNDRY

AFTER: MUDROOM & LAUNDRY

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BEFORE: GUEST ROOM

AFTER: GUEST ROOM

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The Zane Side Table only has one drawer, but it's full of surface space! There's enough to comfortably style a big lamp, vase, storage box, and decorative books and clocks. You can't beat it's unique build either!

BEFORE: BATHROOMS

AFTER: BATHROOMS

We wanted to keep the bathrooms inviting and fresh, while still sticking to a mountain home feel with earth tones and natural wood.  Our Covington Shield Sconces worked great here to keep the balance.
We used our Kelly Mirror to give this bright bathroom contrast and added dimension with its black metal frame that extends out from the wall.

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Studio McGee
  1. Love the wood and stone details. The master bedroom is just so amazing. The bathrooms always turn out so good. The laundry room is a dream!!!!! (sitting here trying to figure out how to make this my house, haha) Love it, Studio McGee! You guys always deliver the best before + afters!

    1. So glad you love it. The secret to actually getting laundry done might be a pretty laundry room, right? 😉 Thank you so much!

  2. Looks clean and warm with the trim and doors painted grey. It seems like all rooms are painted the same color. Is it because for them to work with the grey painted trim and doors?

  3. I have to say just how much I love the way you all approach each new style for your clients. It never fails to have your stamp, and to be stunningly beautiful! I’m envious of everyone that works with you! Great job yet again!

      1. That color of cabinets in the mud room is perfect. I looked up Narraganset green and it’s very dark. Did you lighten it for this project?

  4. Sooooo gorgeous! I’m in love!!! Please please share that perfect olive green color you used in the bathroom, if you are able!

  5. So beautiful! I am so inspired by what you do. Can you share the color of the duvet and shams in the guest room, My monitor isn’t really showing it properly. Ironically, I just bought that same bed for my daughter in our new lake house and haven’t bought bedding. My taste was reinforced by seeing that you chose that bed as well! Thank you again!

    1. Since you bought bought the same bed, would you mind sharing where it is from? It would be perfect for my bedroom!

  6. Beautiful! I love the trim! Do you mind sharing what color it is? I would like to replicate in my own house!

  7. Gorgeous renovation! I have a window just like to one in the guest bedroom here (large picture window), but I can’t figure out what to do for a window treatment. Is that a roman shade you have here?

  8. I love the bedside lamps in the main bedroom. Where can I purchase them. Thanks. What an amazing job. Well done!

  9. I’m loving all the paint color choices. What color is the mudroom cabinet paint color? Its perfect!

  10. Did you use slate in the mud and laundry rooms, or is it a tile look-alike? I’m on the hunt for the perfect ceramic or porcelain tile that looks like slate or bluestone.

  11. This is so beautiful, and you guys did an amazing job blending all of that dark wood with the new improvements. Can you share what paint color you used in the master bedroom? It’s perfect!

  12. That bench is everything! Just lovely. Could you recommend a reputable vendor for the vintage rug you used for the bench? Thank you 🙂

  13. Thank you for posting the before and after photos, they are such an inspiration as I tackle furnishing and decorating my new home in the mountains of Colorado! I simply can not tell you how grateful I am to have found your blog during this overwhelming process, thank you for sharing your insights, they are extremely helpful! I know you don’t share all of your sources but could you possibly tell me the brand and color of the wall to wall carpet in the master and guest bedrooms? Thanks!

  14. I have to say I’m in love with the adorable vintage style bench at the end of the bed in the guest room. Any hints on where that came from or was it a DIY project?

  15. Wow!! Fabulous transformation!! Any chance of sharing the source for the black metal mirror in the bathroom? thank you!!

  16. I would take any of those bathrooms! They each have their own style and each is fabulous!!

  17. Any chance you can share where the faucet and towel ring are from in the bathroom with the round wood mirror? Thank you! K.

  18. This is so fabulous… I am drooling. Love how you took a mountain house that is typically so wood-heavy and lightened it up. Sophisticated, clean yet comfortable!

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