About Our Studio
Studio 96 Interior Design is a full service, boutique agency specializing in residential and commercial space planning, finishes, furniture, and accessories.
"Your home should be your favorite place to return to after a long day. It should reflect what you love, your personality, and your dreams. It should truly be your shelter against the storm."
"Your workplace deserves the same attention to detail. It’s the place where creativity originates and productivity needs to be at its highest. As a society we spend so much time at work, it is important that our place of business reflect a balance of what we do and what we love."
Since opening it's doors in 2010, Owner and Principal Designer, Kristin Moseley, has worked on an array of projects from full-service work to smaller remodels, paint consultations, staging, and design.
Kristin started Studio 96 Interior Design in an effort to get back to her roots and love of working with clients on a one on one basis.
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Kristin’s professional expertise ranges from residential to commercial to healthcare.
After graduating from San Jose State with a degree in Interior Design, Kristin began her career at Summer Hill Limited, a high-end furniture, fabric, and wallpaper manufacturer. There she managed the sampling of all the showrooms across the country and helped style the ad shots for House Beautiful, Veranda, and Architectural Digest.
She continued her career working for the prestigious Tucker & Marks design firm based in San Francisco as a Project Manager. Kristin credits her time spent at Tucker & Marks for further exposing her to the world of high end residential and for her love of antiques.
In 2000, after the birth of her first child, Kristin took the leap into the world of healthcare when she was offered the opportunity to be the Interior Design Project Manager in conjunction with Anshen & Allen Architects, on the multi-million dollar, six-year project, Kaiser Santa Clara Hospital. Kristin managed the interior finishes and furniture specification, for the hospital, medical office building and cancer treatment center. Kristin also chaired the artwork committee for the Kaiser campus.
Kristin continues to lend her interior design expertise to healthcare projects throughout the Bay Area.
"I have been very fortunate in my career that I have touched on so many different facets of the interior design trade from residential, commercial and healthcare work."
Kristin lives in San Carlos with her husband and three children.