RKI is featured in Gentry Design Magazine for Gentry Design Competition

November, 2016


Risë Krag, Nicole Ghilarducci

Risë Krag, Nicole Ghilarducci

RKI attended AIA – Council of Residential Design National Conference

May, 2016

RKI decorated a room for the Ronald McDonald house, to help house the families of children undergoing treatment for life threatening illness while being treated at Stanford

May, 2016

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RKI Interior Designer, Liberty Nuris is selected as a volunteer to help decorate the White House for Christmas

December, 2015


RKI honored at the San Francisco Design Center luncheon for Designers of Distinction

December, 2015

Risë Krag, Nicole Ghilarducci and Liberty Nuris

Risë Krag, Nicole Ghilarducci and Liberty Nuris


ASID Award for Furniture Design

August, 2015

This Mill Valley home was originally designed by Charles Moore.

RKI Created a custom play table that is compact and versatile with plenty of storage for easy cleanup.

Ralston Rd., Mill Valley

Bali Inspired Holiday

November, 2014

Annually, the Menlo Circus club hosts “Holiday on a High Note,” a charity event supporting Peninsula Family Services.  We are often asked to participate in a table décor theme.  When doing a memorable tablescape, we often look for inspiration in nature, art, architecture and travels.  A recent Bali trip and textile acquisition became the catalyst for our dynamic Indonesian Tablescape.

Hand woven and hand blocked textiles drape rattan teak furniture.

A collection of rare antiques adorned the table top.

Tropical fruits and incense tantalize the senses and for visual relief white organic shaped tableware.

To further take the guests to a  faraway land, large tropical plants and a brightly colored umbrella canopy the table.

RKI Interior Design: Bali theme table decor

Exploratorium Lounge at Pier 15!

March, 2013

A place to explore and tinker, the Exploratorium has moved from the beautiful Palace of Fine arts, to further expand its’ audience, and relocated to  historic  Pier 15th.  On Friday, April 13th, the Exploratorium is having a kick-off party.  Attendees include those who have made generous contributions to the cause.  RKI is pleased to be creating a lounge for the party.  Our theme,  Modern Interaction, captures the heart of the Exploratorium in a modern setting.  Our lounge is  a self-aware, moving, playful environment to explore and tinker. With the much appreciated and talented help of Dr. Mark Horowitz ( ) and Steven Ball, a talented Stanford grad student, our lounge is   an abstract, artistic physics simulation, such as falling objects, swirling fluid, or simulated smoke.  Walking or waving hands in front of the display perturbs the simulation, as if the participant was moving, for example, the falling objects.  Furniture, donated by  B&B Italia  in San Francisco, is sleek, modern and colorful.

RKI to Participate in 2013 Woodside Decorator Show House

March, 2013

We are pleased to announce that RKI will be participating in the 2013 Woodside Decorator Show House benefiting Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.  PVI has been supporting the welfare of seniors in our community for the past 65 years.  The showcase will run from May 4th-24th, Tuesday-Sunday 10am to 4pm.  Please visit the upstairs Gallery to view our space, a showcase of artfully arranged objects and artworks.  For tickets, visit:

RKI Interior Design: 2013 Woodside Decorator Show House

RKI Wins Two NKBA Awards

January, 2012

RKI is pleased to announce we have been honored with two awards for the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) 2012 Design Competition.

The first award was for a our Portola Valley Onyx Powder Room. The second award was for a Master Bath Suite in Atherton.

RKI Interior Design: NKBA Award

RKI Interior Design: NKBA Award