Connie Snyder, Allied ASID

Company: C. Snyder Interiors
Orinda, CA 94563-1130
Phone: (925) 254-6811
Email: connie@csnyderinteriors.com
Website: conniesnyder.asidcalnorth.com

Designer Profile

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
Your home is the ultimate expression of your life's experience and it is constantly evolving. As different stages in our lives present different design challenges we strive to create a personal environment that reflects each client's background, interests and taste. Your vision, defined.

SPECIALTIES
More than thirty years of experience in the Bay Area and southern California provides an intimate knowledge of the best of California's design resources. Extensive travel has broadened a network of trade resources in the United States and abroad and establishes a geographic reference when working with clients who are new to the area.

FIRM PROFILES
Broad experience in the design industry includes numerous residential projects in northern and southern California as well as residences in Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., and Florida. Law offices, corporate headquarters, the conversion of a Victorian home into corporate space and a financial institution are among past commercial projects.

Principal Connie Snyder began her design studies at the University of Washington and holds a degree in Interior Architecture from California College of the Arts, San Francisco. She completed her ASID apprenticeship in the Interior Design Department of Gumps, San Francisco and established her design firm in 1976. A life-long resident of the Bay Area, she established offices in Los Angeles for six years where she broadened her knowledge of southern California resources.

FEE STRUCTURE
Complimentary initial consultation
Hourly design fee
Hourly design fee plus mark up on furnishings
Flat fee on defined projects

Services Offered

Complete design services; residential, commercial, new construction, remodels, antiques.

Awards & Publications

National and local publications include:
Investor's Business Daily,
The East Bay Business Times
and the book 'Designed in Northern California'.

A family room with a mix of Asian and antique elements built around a glass McGuire game table.
A guest bedroom in neutral colors.
Details of a family room chaise in black and white.
A transitional seating area blending soft colors with vibrant reds.
A colorful family room whose furnishings were selected to compliment existing artwork.
A residential kitchen remodel.
A redesigned formal living room blends Asian and European antiques.  Two seating areas breaks down the large space to smaller conversational areas.
Details of a formal living room with Asian antiques.
A living room with vibrant wall color chosen from the Sultanabad carpet.  A french polished Biedermeier table in burled Poplar is highlighted by an antique alabaster lamp.
An antique hutch highlighted against a vibrant wall.
A sunny family room and breakfast area.
A dramatic console table and custom area rug complement each other.
A beautiful Biedermeier bench in Karelian birch sets an elegant tone upon entry to this home.
An inviting family room with colors and textures inspired by the beautiful Mahal carpet.
An outdoor room nestled among oak trees.
A charming redesigned library in this 1920's residence.
A master bathroom completely remodeled and reclaimed from the original 9' x 11' space.  We raised the ceiling, paneled the walls and used beveled mirror throughout to increase the feeling of space and reflect the beautiful 1920's home.
The shower enclosure is reflected in the beveled mirrors.
A master bedroom of silk stripes, embroidered linen and a custom sisal carpet reflects the tree top view.
A guest room with custom pillows that echo the bed frame.
A complete bath remodel in a narrow space that was originally two rooms.  Classic colors, moulding and finishes create a workable space for an active family.  A bench across from the shower (hidden from view) has robe hooks above and towel storage underneath.
An etched glass vessel sink with wall mounted faucet and valves saves space in this narrow bathroom.
A master bathroom remodel with traditional elements.
A bright denim sectional completes this kitchen/family room space.
A feminine bedroom with beautiful chintz fabric and custom embroidered bed linens.
A bronze vessel sink in an Asian inspired bathroom remodel.  Faucet and valves were mounted on the mirrored wall.
A delightful custom nursery suitable for both genders.  The inspiration was an historic copyrighted chintz with bugs and butterflies that has been delighting children, and their parents, for generations.  Tone-on-tone striped walls, miniature leopard print wool carpet and custom crib linens all coordinate to create a cheerful environment.
The nursery with embroidered silk bassinet linens on the same bassinet that welcomed the baby's mother thirty years ago.
A close up of the custom crib linens featuring chintz on the inside of the bumper, stripe ties on the inverted pleats of the dust skirt and welt of the bumper and specifically selected bugs on covered buttons.  The printed wool carpet in lime green pulls it all together.
The entry of a financial consulting firm with a marble floor hand set in a herringbone pattern.  Custom artwork and bronze tables complete the space.
A corporate conference room.  The triangulated veneer in the furnishings is reflected in the artwork chosen for the space.
Administrative area and files of corporate space.
Director's office in high rise corporate space.
Executive office in corporate space.
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