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About

Dianne Harsch

Dianne Harsch has been designing for 25 years and is a member of the NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association). Throughout her career her focus has been to create spaces both modern and traditional that have a sense of timelessness. She continues to attend the major industry shows in the U.S and Europe in order to provide current and unique solutions.

Dianne’s background includes projects in Carmel, Mexico, Colorado, Maine, Los Angeles and Oregon.

Her studio space is designed with modern lines and few embellishments allowing the focus to be on the development of her current projects. State of the art cabinets display interior accessories and aesthetic options. In addition, a distinctive collection of samples are among the best in the design industry.

Design Process

The first phase of the process is a review of your current space or plans to get a sense of your goals, dreams and lifestyle. During the project evaluation the existing architecture, materials, natural light, ventilation, and space planning are taken into consideration. Next a set of scaled drawings is prepared. Then begins the process of creating solutions and alternatives that integrate the functional and aesthetic criteria. Throughout the design developement we continue to meet with you to assess the progress and direction of your project. As the new plan takes shape we acquire key materials such as flooring, cabinet finishes, and other hard surfaces that will set the tone of the design. After these materials are selected and a substantive plan has been developed, the project is at a stage where it can be estimated. Once the scope of project is approved, studio Emphasis finalizes the design.

Services

Space planning & design for:  kitchens, baths, master suites, room additions, fireplaces, and outdoor spaces

- Material selections: such as tile, stone, and glass
- Specification of plumbing fixtures, appliances, and finishes
- Lighting design and selection of decorative fixtures
- Project coordination and on site supervision