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The RD Edit

Welcome to the RD Edit!

This is our space to come together and discuss all things design. We are so glad we get to share our thoughts with you.

Enjoy!

Every design firm strives to find their niche; to provide their customers that one thing that sets them apart from the rest. For Ridgecrest, it's our custom metal cabinetry. And what makes it even more special is that it's fabricated in-house by our own team.

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Partnering with a professional offers a multitude of benefits that far outweigh the do-it-yourself approach. From expert guidance and access to resources, to money saving efficiency and tailored solutions, designers bring a higher level of professionalism and creativity that can transform your space into the best reflection of you.

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St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, and while it's not the most major of holidays (at least not here on the West Coast), it is a holiday that immediately brings to mind one color: GREEN. 

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While pre-made furniture has its place, there's an undeniable impact that custom-built elements bring to a room. Here we will explore how built-ins create a unique and personalized space.

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We completely transformed this space from a builder grade house into a modern retreat along the eastern ridge of Napa Valley. The inspiration for this project consisted of light and airy spaces, modern elements, and of course, a relaxing space to unwind.

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Ever wondered why a room can feel so cozy and inviting while another seems to energize you? Well, it's all about the power of color in interior design. Colors don't just look pretty; they set the mood, create vibes, and bring life to your spaces. 

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Adding wallpaper to your home is a great way to add character and personality to a space. By selecting a wallpaper that reflects your style and the functionality of the room, you can create a unique and fun space.

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This week, we're talking about new trends that designers are leaning towards. We all know that trends come and go, and in recent years we've seen a lot of white walls, white bedding, white tile, new furniture, and a lot of clean lines overall. However, in recent months we've started to see more wallpaper, darker walls, mixed patterns, and more previously loved furniture. This weeks newsletter is going to dive into a few traits we see in maximalist designs.

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From rustic to refined, beams seamlessly blend form and function, capturing attention and infusing rooms with dynamic visual interest.

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The mud room may have humble origins, but its journey from a simple transitional space to a design destination is a testament to its enduring appeal. As we celebrate its past, present, and future, let's not forget the timeless allure of a well-appointed mud room—a sanctuary where function meets style in perfect harmony.

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When it comes to construction, many people are unsure of the right time to bring on a designer. And often, people figure out they need one much too late in the process. Here are a few tips to help.

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A deep dive into the art of kitchen space layout, exploring innovative ways to maximize functionality while enhancing the aesthetic appeal of this central hub in your home. After all, the kitchen truly is the heart of any home.

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Friends & family of Ridgecrest Designs know all about our first custom home project, the Pleasanton Dream Home. After seeing the craftsmanship and attention to detail given to the Pleasanton house, a family of seven who had just purchased acreage in the hills of Sunol, California, contacted us to make their dream home come to life. 

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Creating your dream space is a journey that combines your personal style with practical considerations. By embracing natural color tones, and a thoughtfully chosen pop of color, you can craft the perfect space.

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