Step Inside Staci Munic Interiors’ Functional, Modern & Glamorous Project!
We all dream about a home that is not only functional, but beautiful enough to be incorporated into our content in a thoughtful way. Staci Munic Interiors, a well-established design company located in Chicago, knows exactly how to do the right balance between aesthetics and functionality, being able to create incredible design projects that are functional yet modern yet glamorous. Inspirations Blog will give you a guided tour of one of the company’s most famous project. Be our guest and come in!
Staci Munic is the principal and lead designer of Staci Munic Interiorsand she has been making waves in the design field due to her unique perspective and diverse work background. Besides her knowledge in the business and education sectors, she is also studying neuroaesthetics and real estate. A multi-functional design expertready to accept daring challenges.
Her main goal is to create a beautiful and functional space evokes emotions and tells all about the client’s lifestyle and vision. Another important aspect in her work is keeping her client’s heath and promoting well-being at home.
Staci Munic Interiorsis based in Chicago and Palm Springs, and has a portfolio filled with incredible design projects coast to coast. “With decades of experience in interior design, hospitality and education, SMI infuses creativity, patience, and business savvy into our process. We know that altering the environment in which you live or work in can be overwhelming; we help you make decisions and always have your investment top of mind, managing each project as if it were our own.”
Located in a big city edge with resort lifestyle, the company’s unique design signature can be defined as sophisticated yet modern yet functional. However their design aesthetic can be truly versatile.
“Staci has a unique way of making her clients feel comfortable to make financially sound decisions and having bought and sold 9 homes herself, knows how to take the stress out of the home renovation process. She has become an expert in producing and managing projects, from helping her clients find the perfect dwelling to putting together the dream team.”
📍 WILLIAM CODY BUNGALOW
Staci has been featured on Houzz TV Live, her home is featured in Palm Springs Modernism week, was selected to serve on Monogram’s Designer Council, and is an active Board member of Palm Springs ModCom. So you can imagine that one of our toughest tasks was to pick one design project among so many peculiar and brilliant design ideas from Staci Munic Interiors. A particular story touched our heart and today you’ll have the chance to have a glimpse of this amazing condo in the historically significant William Cody Tennis Club Homes.
“In January 2018, my life took an unexpected turn when my dad passed away in Palm Springs. My mom decided she no longer wished to live in Chicago without my dad, and as a new empty nester, I instinctively desired to be close to my mom after our loss. I got lucky when I found my condo in the historically significant William Cody Tennis Club Homes. I had hoped that if I ever bought in Palm Springs, I would be able to walk to town, join the PS Tennis Club, and live in a mid-century modern home. My diamond in the rough bungalow checked all the boxes, and I dove into a complete renovation, and embarked on reimagining the 1966 floor plan, while honoring the existing design and architecture.” Cody
“Cody’s intention was to have the exterior and interior of the home flow seamlessly. We achieved this by:- running the same terrazzo inspired porcelain floor throughout- replacing the glass block windows with transparent glass- removing the iron gate around the back covered patio- adding a tongue and groove wood ceiling overhang detail to the front entry bringing the outside inside.”
Undertaking a kitchen remodel is definitely one of the most ambitious home projects there is. But it can also be the most rewarding. Because the kitchen is truly the heart of the home, so much time is spent there—whether for functional reasons, like cooking and meal-planning those workweek dinners, or for more emotional ones, like gathering to chat with a glass of wine in hand. So when your kitchen is up-to-date, well designed, and truly a reflection of your lifestyle and aesthetics, it can kind of feel like the planets are all in alignment—you cook better, socialize better, and maybe even eat better.
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