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Redwood City Revival by Regan Baker Design

Redwood City Revival by Regan Baker Design

Project: Redwood City Revival
Interior Design: Regan Baker Design
Architect: Home and Commercial Plans
Contractor: Coast to Coast Development
Location: Redwood City, California
Photo Credits: Suzanna Scott Photography
Text by Regan Baker Design

This post-war suburban home had been updated over the years, but despite a few added details, it still lacked a point of view and distinct personality. We took this space from confined and builder-grade to luxe and expansive. Sliding doors and full length windows integrate the home with its landscaped surroundings, a steeply pitched ceiling brings height and airiness, and custom millwork in the reading room and kitchen lend a sense of quality and permanence.

entry and reading room, Regan Baker Design

We drew on mid-century design influences while bringing an updated, artistic feel to the home. Shades of navy, emerald and merlot, along with wood tones, are used throughout to bring a sense of warmth and coziness to offset the vaulted ceilings and white walls. We also employed wallpaper in some of the home’s smaller spaces to create this same sense of coziness and intimacy.

reading room, Regan Baker Design

Redwood City Revival by Regan Baker Design

kitchen, Regan Baker Design

kitchen, Regan Baker Design

kitchen, Regan Baker Design

living room, Regan Baker Design

Redwood City Revival by Regan Baker Design

bedroom, Regan Baker Design

Redwood City Revival by Regan Baker Design

bathroom, Regan Baker Design

bathroom, Regan Baker Design

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