You won’t have to venture far into this serene household, in Napa Valley, California, to come to feel the influence of its designer, Kristen Peña. Schooled in European class and proportions, the San Francisco–based decorator, and founder of K Interiors, has set up a standing for producing modern day models that thoughtfully stability openness and privateness. Nonetheless, within this 4-bed room home, Peña has also managed to go further more in melding the customized, mainly monochromatic palette of her shoppers with a playful, complex scheme that elevates the residence’s over-all aesthetic.
“It was a pretty thoroughly clean slate when I was introduced in, so we truly needed to honor all the lines of the interior architecture,” says Peña, whose globetrotting as a result of Southeast Asia, Morocco, and beyond, about the years, has assisted cultivate her love of sample and texture. “[At the same time,] we required to supply accessibility and ease and comfort by applying heaps of artisan designers to help foster a one of a kind feeling of room.”
That principle was furthered by Peña’s customers, two San Francisco tech executives who procured the 4,500-sq.-foot house in 2020 as a weekend refuge. These two avid up to date art lovers have a broad-ranging collection encompassing items by a varied roster of artists who focus in several media. Currently, the interiors are dotted with performs by the likes of British fiber artist Sally England and Denmark-centered sculptor Nicholas Shurey.
“Our art collection is an extension of our flavor, and Kristen genuinely recognized that from the outset,” suggests one particular of the house owners of the house. “She produced distinctive areas that not only emphasize the artwork, but also express our fashion.”
Even though artwork plays a starring job in this dwelling, inside furnishings, culled from a wide vary of resources, underscore the interplay concerning craft and materiality. In the main living area, for case in point, a pair of bouclé sofas by British Canadian designer Philippe Malouin flank a travertine and burnished brass desk from Banda, a style agency centered in the U.K. Also of note is a gold-leafed wall, produced by Bay Area ornamental painter Caroline Lizarraga.
A personalized table in the formal dining room emphasizes Peña’s urbane sensibilities. She designed the table herself and experienced it paired with chairs from Stahl + Band, a style studio in Venice, California. Elsewhere, handcrafted lighting by Natalie Webpage, a Philadelphia artist whose work contains ceramic lights, attractive art, and products structure, can be found in the kitchen.
In the key suite, a personalized mattress, from Hardesty Dwyer & Co., anchors a space that also options Coup D’Etat oak and bouclé chairs and Thomas Hayes nightstands. A rug from classic and contemporary carpet seller Tony Kitz adds playful heat to the complete home, which features additional wall treatments by Caroline Lizarraga.
Colorful partitions are a significant place during the property, and can even be viewed in unpredicted spots of the house. “Whenever someone will come to check out the household I constantly exhibit them the laundry space to start with,” the operator suggests with a slight snicker. The modest space features Gucci wallpaper illuminated by a neon mild photograph. Just a lot more proof that when it came to this venture, Peña left no stone—or sq. foot—unturned.