This complete gut and renovation project was a complete transformation of a 1970’s hillside modern home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. It is the opposite of a traditional white and gray interior. Client requested no grays, and the home is full of bold colors and unique dimensional tiles and cladding. The architecture dictated a mid century modern aesthetic, favoring long horizontal shapes for the new windows, mixed with tall verticals, while keeping the original rose quartzite fireplaces. Natural rift cut walnut wood balanced the custom colored mosaic tiles and wallpapers/cladding. The new hood started as a ‘napkin’ sketch and was made from cold rolled, hot rolled steel, & a custom scratched texture. The unique angles of it were meant to tie into the angled contrasting wood grain on adjacent cabinets, as well as the trapezoid shape of the back splash tiles.