We remodeled a modern farmhouse and completely transformed this home into a dream house!
Our team has been working on the #windsongproject for over a year now and we are so excited to share the transformation!
See full photo tours of the Windsong Project on the blog:
-Basement Kitchen, Living Room, and Bath:
-Boys Room, Laundry, Play Room:
-Loft, Girls Room, Nursery
-Master Suite, Formal Living/Dining
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I'll bring Amanda a drink... as a man you do not exclude another women when they are together and bring a drink only for one.. if anything give your drink to your wife and the other one to Amanda. You act like you are educated but in reality you lack so much.. women and children first you stupid ass.
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hi guys, really love this outcome of this project. I am the same like this family, we are a family of 7, 4 kids under 8, and my oldest 21, she needs her space as asp. I love farmhouse style and, and is one my dreams to have a design like your clients in my home. I have an old bungalow, and little budget to fix everything. Kitchen is one my biggest most do., but also my basement and bathrooms. would love to have from you guys some tips., my email [email protected]
I don't know how many times I've watched this (actually, for several of your videos!) Love your work so much! You probably don't remember me: a newly wed girl from France trying to get inspiration to decorate/renovate my old place. Would love to see a video or tutorial or just written list on how to Reno from start to fish, like a step by step guide. Like I know probably the 1rst step would be the paint but not sure about what to do next. Window treatments? Or maybe a series of per-rooms guides? Thank you so much for your advice!
For all you folks interested in industrial and modern farmhouse style and design a place to share and get ideas. As well as ask questions the 3 guys that created it are all involved in the trades in various ways and furniture making!
Studio McGee my wife looks at this house on your blog regularly and thinks about it almost every day. It is a dream of ours to have a house like this some day. Keep up the good work. You all are inspiring!
One of my favorites! So amazing and perfectly lovely! Where oh where are those gorgeous, black kitchen island pendants from????? I have been searching and searching! Do tell! Love everything about you!
Do they walk around with sunglasses on? A bit "white".. And with 4 kids? Good luck to the mom wiping scuff marks constantly.... Looks nice but too bright and not practical for a family of 4 kids...And over a yr? Holy crap you weren't building a house! Sorry to be a negative nelly but....lets be real.
just found your webisodes & have quickly become a fan! I'd really love it if you could answer my silly question: where is your grey shirt from ( the one you wear in the beginning). it's so modest & looks very comfy. Thanks so much. -Malia
I found you on IG, which led me to your channel...and I'm obsessed with your interior designs. As a Cali girl, I love the fresh, white, warm modern, sorta rustic look in this house - stunning! I also just bought those same bar stools from West Elm. ;)
All of these videos are beautiful. I have a question, why wont any designers ever tell people what the budget or cost of a project is in the video? It would be so helpful to know, it always seems like it's some big secret.
Pennelkay, you're not realizing that you're contradicting, yourself, lol. You pointed out that the cost of projects depend on the location, which is correct. Gold star for you. But you also said it would give people an idea of how much it costs? If prices vary, then it wouldn't give them an idea of how much it costs at all because there is a huge range depending on the project, labor costs, location, materials, etc. I don't understand this obsession with prices. If you want a price so bad, then get price quotes for your own kitchen renovation. God. What the fuck is wrong with you?
How long have you been working as a designer again? Right... lol. It's called confidentiality. Not one desirable designer would go around revealing budget costs on projects like this - especially when it is blatantly obvious it was costly. If you want to see a home renovation that displays budgets, you should try HGTV. Considering the fact that part of the way these people make their money is by doing consultations with clients where budgets are discussed, it would be a reduction in their profits to display costs on YouTube. The truth is that half of the people watching this have no idea of how this business works, and no idea how much a home renovation costs.
Oh horse hockey.... If they're going to go public with these projects in the 21st place they should be willing to disclose the cost. To give people and idea of whether they want to do a project like that. I think it's more a matter of keeping the financial aspects between the client and the decorator of these redoes a secret. There's something they don't want us to know that would likely be a turn off. And it costs different amounts in different areas of the country.
Hi! I'd love to answer your questions and shed some light on our business and local area. Our studio is located in Salt Lake City, UT. In case you're not familiar with our area, Salt Lake County isn't the most diverse area in the world. The demographics of our county break down to about 81% White/Caucasian, 17% Hispanic/Latino, 3% Asian, 2% Black/African-American, 2% Pacific Islander, 1% Native American, and 8% other. Not incredibly diverse, but not Robertson County, Kentucky.
Studio McGee was started in 2014, is currently in it's 3rd year and has a staff of approximately 25 employees. Our office demographics breakdown to about 80% White/Caucasian, 8% Asian, 4% Black/African-American, 4% Hispanic/Latino, 4% Pacific Islander. Compared to the county we are located in, I think we're doing pretty well! Diversity in background, especially in a creative niche like interior design, is not only important but beneficial to the overall atmosphere of our company. While race/ethnicity plays no role in our hiring process, we have thought about the diversity in our office and have concluded that for a small company in it's 3rd year we're doing pretty well. We welcome every type of person to our company and hope to continue to diversify our office. Lastly, 9 individuals employed by Studio McGee are blonde, 12 are brunette, and 4 have black hair.
Our web series was started in 2016 and has grown well. Due to the budget of our new web series, all of our webisodes are filmed in the Salt Lake area. We have a Web Series Form on our website, where all of our local clients are welcome to apply to be featured. As you can imagine the level of diversity in our applicants isn't terribly high. However, the projects presented on our web series are less than 1% of the projects our firm has designed. Studio McGee has design clients across the entire country, with backgrounds that span the spectrum. While we would love to feature many of these projects on our web series, we simply aren't able to. Therefore, we do not only service white clients, and do work with clients from different backgrounds. To be blunt, the clients featured on our web series have all been Caucasian because that's who applied.
I sincerely hope that my response can shed some light on our company and answer the questions you have. Thanks for watching our webisode!!!
I think you guys are great, I think you should include more before and after showing the space from the same angles if possible because it'll really emphasize the transformation.
But I still love what you guys do.
the fact that I very rarely like Hamptons-style design and I'm totally in love with this really speaks volumes about you and your team. this whole design, the video itself and the effort you've put into making the content you post as beautiful as the homes you style is seriously so inspiring. in. love!
LOVE love this video and this house! I have four kids, so I can totally relate to wanting a crisp, fresh, family-friendly space that is still stylish and you totally pulled it off beautifully. question: how many square feet is this house? Just curious for when I move again. it looks so spacious and I would love to have that feel, which i know has a lot to do with layout. But square footage couldn't hurt! Also, I listened to the Christ Loves Julia podcast the other day and really admire why you guys decided on this route vs. hgtv. Stay true!
Great project... love everything.. except the moment when the hubby brought in a drink for wifey and nothing for the other girl... kinda rude LOL but I still love your channel and can't wait to see more videos!
Jen Everyday Actually as the employer of a company especially of a interior design business where you are on site working ALL Day , and your already contracted for an 1 hour lunch break, he being the the owner of the company is required to make sure his employees are well taken care. For Film Crew, interior designers, construction workers, if they are not well fed the will perform horrifically or not at all!
I'm guessing he brought his wife lunch and those were the drinks that came with it. Not sure why he would be obligated to get lunch and/or drinks for the entire crew? Would it have been really nice of him to do so - of course. Obligated to do so? Absolutely not. I'm a little flabbergasted that with such a beautiful home, *this* is the detail that someone chose to focus and comment on?
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