San Interior Design

Sanchali Srivastava is an Award winning Designer. She is a Certified Interior Designer (CID #6360) and also a Certified Professional (CKD) by the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Besides Interior Design Credentials she has a Bachelor of Architecture Degree (B.Arch). Her background in Architecture adds to her capacity to design additions and new […]

Sanchali Srivastava is an Award winning Designer. She is a Certified Interior Designer (CID #6360) and also a Certified Professional (CKD) by the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Besides Interior Design Credentials she has a Bachelor of Architecture Degree (B.Arch). Her background in Architecture adds to her capacity to design additions and new construction projects besides remodels. Sanchali has won various national & local Design awards. Her projects have been published in various local & National Industry Magazines and have also been featured on National NKBA’s website.

Sanchali has been on the NKBA Northern California Chapter’s Board since 2008. Currently she serves the position of VP of Academic Relations.

She has spoken at many local colleges and helps mentor and motivate students. She has also judged many National & local Design Competitions.


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Principal:     Sanchali Srivastava, CID, CKD
                        Certified Interior Designer #6360
                        Certified Kitchen Designer
                        B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture)

Cell :                (408) 705-0448Email :            [email protected]

…serving the South Bay area (San Jose, Los Gatos, Cupertino, Campbell, Monte Sereno, Mountain View, Saratoga, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Milpitas, Los Altos, Palo Alto and Morgan Hill)

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