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Meg turns outdated kitchen, dining and living spaces into awe-inspiring great rooms.Photos: The Show's Best Transformations
Ari and Orly call their 1940s home half bungalow and half trailer park. The hardwood floors are beautiful and the interior is homey but the kitchen is a mess. They definitely need the help of Meg to create their dream kitchen. Since more sp
Even though Alyssa and Robert have a fantastic view that showcases the city, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan, the inside of their condo is looking pretty sad and rundown. They live in the Marina City towers, which are the famous corncob
Matt and Katie bypassed Chicago's suburbs and went straight for the small, historic town of Lemont, about 30 miles southwest of the city. They even bought one of the oldest homes in town which is a three-bedroom corner lot built in 1890 w
Meg has been so busy designing for other clients that she has had little time to focus on her own place which she describes as a big white box filled with hand-me-down furniture. She recently tied the knot with her long-time boyfriend, Rand
With its concrete features, brick walls, and open floor plan, Heather and Tony's condo is the ideal space for a couple of free-spirited artists. But they're ready to move onto the next stage of their life and replace or update their cheap f
Dana says the main room in her 1950's ranch home looks more like a basement than a living room. Meg is inspired by the architecture of the home and is going to bring in the mid-century modern style that Dana loves to create a Great Room tha
Heather and Neil's family home has been passed down three generations but very little updating has been done to it over the past 70 years, leaving the kitchen in a sad and sorry state. So Meg is going to turn their very tiny kitchen into a
Michael and Katie's dream kitchen would be described as eclectic. They're both drawn to vintage items they find at local flea markets and they love to mix and match pieces in their home so that nothing looks too coordinated. To give them th
Designer Meg Caswell creates absolutely gorgeous spaces for homeowners in her hometown of Chicago. She transforms dull and boring rooms into star-studded kitchens and living spaces!