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The Internet's Best Decorating Before and Afters

Since we all love a good before and after (who doesn't?), here are five of what we would consider the Internet's best decorating transformations. Each is unique in their own way, but the outcomes of these rooms are all impressive and perfect. Take a look and get inspired by the jaw-dropping (yet attainable) results below.

Source: Emily Henderson

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Isn't this makeover stunning? Amber Lewis from Amber Interiors completely transformed this vacation rental into a bright and inviting space — on a budget. While the entire den is one to envy, it's the wainscoting and palm-leaf printed drapes that really won us over.

Source: Emily Knecht, Zeke Ruelas via Amber Interiors

One look at Emily Schuman's kitchen and you'd never guess that it was the first renovation project for the Cupcakes and Cashmere blogger. Clean lines and classic materials dotted with fashionable flourishes (hello, brass hardware!) put this kitchen at the top of our lust list. Get the look for less by following these savvy tips.

Source: Cupcakes and Cashmere

Any fan of HGTV star Emily Henderson is familiar with her epic before and afters. This office makeover belongs to Oh Joy! blogger Joy Cho. The result is cheerful, bright, and inspiring. We can't get enough of the jewel-toned furniture and that amazing gallery wall.

Source: Emily Henderson

Shag carpet no more! Between the freshly painted walls and new wood floors, this living room makeover is one for the record books. We love the neutral color palette and mix of textures that House*Tweaking blogger Dana Miller used to finish the laid-back look.

Source: House*Tweaking

Another Amber Interiors makeover, this master suite is a bohemian dream. What was once a bland rental space was transformed into a bright blue retreat. The gray walls make for an unexpected touch, and we still can't believe where she found that cool alternative headboard!

Source: Amber Interiors

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pixiedust8 pixiedust8 1 year

I'm sorry, but the Cupcakes and Cashmere room was barely redone. She kept the entire layout and most of the cabinets. It's pretty, but it was still totally fine before. Totally overrated.

The others are all stunning, though. Disagree with the poster below--if you rip out carpets, etc, it's a renovation. (Redoing walls is a BIG deal that takes a long time, even if it seems minor.)

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