There are benefits to designing a custom home that stretch far beyond the pure excitement of watching your dreams become a reality.
Custom homes are designed with you and your family at the center and can be tailored to fit your lifestyle, values, and tastes. By choosing SO Design Collective, you can rest assured that you will be an involved partner. After getting to know you and your needs, I will provide the information you need to make smart design choices that grow with you and bring ease and balance to your every day.
You can read more about the process of working with SO Design Collective to create your custom home here.
"My wife and I were extremely pleased with the full house design by Stacey Oliva. She converted a 1972 California style ranch into a beautiful modern home. The flow designs were excellent. She was particularly helpful in the structural elements of the house the bring everything to code. I would recommend her highly for design elements and CAD drawing to achieve the home of your dreams!"
“We needed to redesign an existing first floor space to better suit our family’s needs. Stacey at SO Design helped us to imagine what was possible. She brought her ideas and expertise to the table without pushing us in any one direction. Stacey's vision and guidance have been key to the success of our renovation. It has been a pleasure to collaborate with her.”
“We had the pleasure of working with Stacey on our recent kitchen redesign. Stacey is the consummate professional. She created an efficient, original design that meets our needs perfectly—and stayed on time and within budget! We look forward to the opportunity to work with SO Design Collective again!”
“For the past several years, Stacey has been designing major renovations on period homes as well as new homes for our company. She is a top-flight designer who understands the needs of her clients. Our success as a company has been the result of an effective collaboration with Stacey and her incredible ability to marry the needs of our clients with the tight budgets of a builder.”