About Diane

diane-cabral-300I am the principal and lead designer of Diane Cabral Interiors, Inc. I am also a Registered Interior Designer.  I moved to Las Vegas in 1971 from Whittier, California where I was born and raised. My first employment in Las Vegas was in the general contracting industry where I worked for Martin-Harris Construction for over 12 years as Office Manager and then Project Manager on several projects. After leaving Martin-Harris Construction, I pursued my career in design by attending The Art Institute of Las Vegas from which I graduated in 1993 and achieved my NCIDQ designation in 2001. I then worked for several years as a designer at Anita Brooks Interiors and then at Jacqueline and Associates, before opening my own design firm in 1998.

“Design is a process and you expect to make adjustments along the way. The end result should always reflect the client’s tastes and personality.”

Our expertise ranges from interior design projects all the way down to the final accessory. We handle both large and small projects for residential clients including remodels and new home interior design. We also design professional offices which create welcoming and comfortable working environments. When working on a new home construction project, I become involved at the very earliest architectural stages through the final placement of furniture, accessories, and botanicals. Over the years, designing has taken me throughout the southwest designing everything from vacation homes to boats. I have always believed that designing is a process and I expect to make adjustments along the way. The end result should always reflect the client’s tastes and personality.

I am past president of The Summerlin Rotary Club, active in American Society of InteriorDesigners (ASID), and Architectural & Decorative Arts Society (ADAS). We have provided design services for the ASID Show House in The Ridges and recently were involved as lead designer for the Susan G. Komen event at Red Rock Country Club WGA Guest Day. Several of my projects have been featured in Las Vegas publications.