Colorful, Kid-Friendly Dental Office

Colorful, Kid-Friendly Dental Office

COLORFUL, KID-FRIENDLY DENTAL OFFICE Given the opportunity to overhaul a pediatric dental office, Royer Designs created a space any kid would love to visit. Visit Young Smiles in Fremont, CA and you'll find bright colors around every corner: on the reception wall as a rainbow of glass tile, on the upholstery in fun patterns (and durable too, to withstand years of patient visits), and on the floor through a unique wayfinding solution. Royer Designs collaborated with Diamond D Concrete in Capitola to bring the vision to life. The design was based on a kite, with each tail strand a different color representing a type of service the practice provides. Patients could then follow the corresponding color to the room or area where they would have the appointment. A fun twist was added on the ceiling as well; kids can look up for a distraction and find the tiles above look just like the sky. This project was featured in Concrete Decor magazine, and...
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New Home Architectural

New Home Architectural

NEW HOME ARCHICTECTURAL Royer Designs recently completed the architectural finishes for a new home. Priced at over 1 million dollars, this Sunnyvale home has a contemporary feel with a few classic touches such as the shaker-style cabinetry, dark hardwood floors and polished nickel fixtures. Several sets of French doors across the back of the house contribute to the indoor-outdoor California style living. Items selected by Royer Design: flooring, tile, light fixtures, cabinetry and appliances, architectural details including landscaping, and all plumbing and electrical work. Note: Royer Designs did not stage the home. ...
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Warm Modern

Warm Modern

WARM MODERN Tucked in between the San Jose Neighborhoods of Willow Glen and the Almaden Valley is Robertsville. As the San Jose Area was transforming from the Valley of the Heart’s Delight into Silicon Valley, orchards gave way to tracts of homes by a multitude of developers vying to be a part of the economic and housing boom of the 1970’s. Larger family homes of this time period were focused on creating cozy places where families could huddle together for meals and activities. The owners wanted to take their home built in the 70’s under that ideology and update it for the 21st Century. Royer Designs worked closely with the family to remove light blocking walls, and vintage fixtures and appliances wedged into tight spaces and transform it into a contemporary living space for the whole family. One of the key ambitions of the owners in re-creating this home was to have a space that invites people in, a space that flows...
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