Our First Two-Day Transformation Webisode
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Our First Two-Day Transformation Webisode

We’re so excited about our newest series! See why!

We are SO excited to introduce a new series to you—our Two-Day Transformation! This is the first time our design work has been a complete surprise.

Our first participant of the Two-Day Transformation is Jenna Rammell! You might know her as @jennaskitchen, on instagram.  We partnered with The Shade Store to make sure every detail was taken care of, even though we only had two days to do it all!

We painted Metrie paneling in Gravel Gray by Benjamin Moore that would contrast with something light and natural. We ultimately chose to use Oatmeal drapery with blackout lining that pairs beautifully with Madison hardware in a black finish. Interested in drapery for your own home? All of their shades are custom made in the US, and they shipped within 10 days! If you're not close to one, grab some free swatches from The Shade Store! Their online team can help you with everything from measurements to installation.

See the photo tour!!

Interested in your own two-day transformation? Apply here! Make sure to see how you can get the look yourself at the bottom of the post! 

Studio McGee Transformation
Jenna Rammell and Studio McGee
Show Comments
Studio McGee
  1. LOVE the transformation!! It is so inspiring to me! Quick question though, is the sideboard you linked the same one you used? They look different and I love all the details on the one you used in the transformation and would love to purchase that same one for my master! Can you share the link?! And could you PLEASE come to IA to do the transformations :)?!

  2. I love this!! I can totally see you as the next HGTV star. Are you limiting where you do these transformations? Willing to come to Wisconsin?? : )

    1. At the moment, we’re only taking on two-day transformations in Utah, but we travel nationwide for our design services 🙂

  3. I’ve been reading all your articles on white! I have a similar oatmeal as the curtains on my sofa…what color white did you use for this space above the trim? Thanks!

  4. I saw that you were holding clear transparency paint samples? Is that correct? Are those from Ben Moore? That is awesome because you can just carry it with you and players it anywhere to see the color ! More infor please!

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