Monochromatic Palette in Redwood Shores

Interior Remodel in Subtle Hues for a Couple of Gamers

For a couple of young web developers buying their first home in Redwood Shores, we were hired to do a complete interior remodel of a cookie-cutter house originally built in 1996. The original finishes looked more like the 80s than the 90s, consisting of raised-panel oak cabinets, 12 x 12 yellow-beige floor tiles, tile counters, and brown-beige wall-to-wall carpeting. The kitchen and bathrooms were utterly basic and the doors, fireplace, and TV niche were also very dated. We selected all new finishes in tones of gray and silver to align with our clients’ tastes and created new layouts for the kitchen and bathrooms. We also designed a custom accent wall for their TV (very important for gamers) and track-mounted sliding 3-Form resin doors to separate the living room from the office. To animate the two-story living space we customized a Mizu pendant light by Terzani and in the kitchen, we selected an accent wall of seamless Caesarstone, Fuscia lights designed by Achille Castiglioni (one of our favorite modernist pendants) and designed a two-level island and a drop-down ceiling accent “cloud” to coordinate with the color of the accent wall. The primary bath features a minimalist bathtub and floating vanity, an internally lit Electric Mirror, and Porcelanosa tile.

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