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Sunlight. Space. Sophisticated comfort. These are the elements I incorporate into every home and garden design. Yet each project is as individual as the client—compatible with the specific site and architecture, and reflecting their own style and needs. I earned my BFA from the University of Nebraska and my MFA from Arizona State University. But I developed my design style here in Southern California. It’s fun and relaxed, combining the best ingredients in imaginative ways. Creating seamless transitions from indoors to out. And making it all feel natural, timeless and effortless. I love the design process: the attention to detail, partnership with my clients and collaboration with architects, contractors and artisans. Most of all, I love turning ordinary spaces into beautiful places that welcome you home.
interior and garden design. outdoor rooms and kitchens. indoor/outdoor living.
Beverly Hills, Pasadena, Lake Arrowhead
Commented: Psnandinnativetile.com authentic patterns and colors...wonderful quality...fantastic resource. diana mauser is so talented. have fun!
June 14, 2015
Commented: Fireplacethe color is integrated in the stucco mix, not applied to the surface. troweling exposes some of the sand, giving it that irregular finish. but it's authentic stucco, not paint….so you just have to ...
April 30, 2015
Commented: Patio plant ...hi sandy. thanks for the kind words. the plant trained on the wall is bougainvillea. we crisscrossed some cable to get it started hugging the wall…and now prune it occasionally so it is sort of esp...
January 19, 2015
Commented: Wall mount fountainhi. it's an old lavabo, probably french or english. the original spigot was missing so i paired it with a big french spigot found separately. you might try local or online architectural salvage dea...
January 18, 2015
Commented: Photo Use Permission?hi holly. thank you for asking permission and linking back to houzz site. and please send a copy of the blog! to firstname.lastname@example.org. thank you! sandy
May 20, 2014
Commented: Love the counter top. Would you kindly advise of the material? Thxhi sheila. it's so nice when someone asks kindly, and then takes time to say thanks! one thing i forgot to mention…you can color the concrete by adding dry pigment in the mix. http://www.daviscolor...
March 6, 2014