Private Residence. Santa Cruz, CA

In 2015 Stripe was approached by a homeowner in Santa Cruz looking to remodel the first floor of her Victorian home. The home had many beautiful original features, including coffered ceilings and wainscoting, but the kitchen and color palette needed updating to bring the home together. By adding strategic built –ins in the living and dining room that meshed seamlessly with the original architectural elements, the client ended up with a more functional space central to the home. The kitchen received a full update as well, with greige shaker style cabinets, bronze hardware, and brass lighting accents. To energize and modernize the home, a bold graphite and teal color palette was implemented in the dining and living room, complete with a new painted fireplace. 

Photo Credit: Eric Ressler

Design Process:

Sometimes we find it helpful to make a mood board that shows the items we are specifying layered over our rendering. This gives our client a really good idea of how the space will look when it is completed. 

Here is the 3D model of the space in its entirety. This process, with mood boards and animations, is a really great way to hone in on exactly the look our clients want in their space.