Santa Clarita

Room information

Welcome to the Santa Clarita virtual kitchen! Inspired by California kitchens, Santa Clarita utilizes elegant fixtures and simple colors to balance a modern and contemporary interior design. The white and beige accents stimulate feelings of tranquility and serenity, allowing occupants to cook and eat in peace.

Santa Clarita is more than just a comfortable kitchen; it can be changed to fit your specific style and theme. Modify the island, countertop, and backsplash with different stone like granite, marble, or quartz. Change the chairs and floors for a pop of color. Or change the cabinets into something brighter to emphasize your aesthetic tastes. Transform the Santa Clarita virtual kitchen into your own kitchen today.

Virtual room designer is your easiest way to not only find sources of inspiration for your future renovation project, but to bring together all of your ideas in one cohesive, shareable model. These technologically-advanced design room planning tools give homeowners and professional designers alike the opportunity to experiment with nearly limitless high-end design schemes and complementary color combinations, all rendered in photorealistic, 3D imaging.

Through this free and interactive digital technology, users are able to mix and match a variety of room features together with just a simple click of the mouse. The interface is incredibly intuitive and simple to use. Within a given virtual room design, users have the ability to change out all kinds of different appliances, design accessories, wall colors, wood finishes, fabrics, materials, textures, and more to customize a dream space of their choosing. From there, they are able to select individual objects to see how a variety of different furniture options, flooring materials, cabinets, paints, and more look when presented all together in one room – without ever having to make a permanent change in their own home. In this virtual room planner, users are able to view and visualize multiple coordinating components within one floor plan – for example, how an open plan living room transitions into a kitchen area – and plan out a complete residential layout around it.