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La Quinta

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Office Address:

77980 Wildcat Dr. Suite 5, Palm Desert, CA 92211

Phone:

(760) 515-1111

Email:

staci@artisandesignconcepts.com

What Client say about us

Amazing Variations
I am in awe of all the amazing variations of stones that Staci and Travis @ Artisan Design Concepts are able to duplicate. Their work is beautiful and each piece is one of a kind. I look forward to not only using you for my own home but also for referring all of my clients to you! You have a bright future ahead of you.
- Marlene Renee Ruttenberg

Amazing Designs
Staci is an artist at what she does and is making some amazing designs. If you have a custom project or need something unique this is the spot to go. Instead of having to have seams in your countertop or non-matching veins you can go as big as you want without having to deal with those. An amazing addition to any house or business.
- Mattew McPherson

Creative
We recently got a quote from Staci and Travis owners of Artisan Designs. Having a light colored kitchen was what we are aiming for. She showed us a few designs she created based on the colors we wanted our kitchen. Needless to say, Staci is full of creative ideas to achieve the look you desire in your home. Their creative alternative to natural stone is a must have in your home.
- Jenny Ishikawa

Blown Away
Want to make your office or home really stand out? Let Staci and team make it happen for you. You’ll be blown away like I was! You can thank me later ?

- Katie Stice

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We get a lot of requests for our epoxy countertops from customers in manufactured and mobile homes because the cabinetry can’t support heavy counters. Our surfaces mimic the look of marble or quartz but are 75% lighter, and more affordable, making them an ideal surface for these types of homes. Check out this recent install to see how we elevated the look of this manufactured home in Palm Desert.

About La Quinta

La Quinta is a desert resort city in Riverside County, California. It is located between the cities of Indio and Indian Wells. It is part of the Coachella Valley. The population of La Quinta was 37,467 at the 2010 census, up from 23,694 in the 2000 census. 

The city of La Quinta is nestled in the Santa Rosa Mountains, which run along the Coachella Valley’s floor. The Pacific Ocean covered the valley floor as it began to sink. 

An enormous delta fan was formed during hundreds of years when the Colorado River entered the Gulf of California and deposited silt in a delta. Silt basin deposits rose higher and wider until they were cut off from the ocean, while the ranges on both sides grew taller.

Five hundred years ago, the Colorado River shifted course, inundating the east Coachella Valley and creating Lake Cahuilla. You can still see the waterline of Lake Cahuilla today along the bottom of the Santa Rosa Mountains.

The La Quinta region’s first inhabitants, the Desert Cahuilla Indians, were hunters and gatherers. They were one of a handful of Native American nations that dug wells. The Cahuilla people live still today.

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The area has a density of 1,053.9 per square mile (406.1/km2). The population is primarily Caucasian, but there are also 230 Native American and 41 (0.1%) Pacific Islander residents. The median age in the city is forty-five. While many people prefer to live in a warm climate, arid conditions make the town a perfect destination for seniors.

The climate of La Quinta is temperate, but it’s still sunny and pleasant year-round. Winters are warm and summers are hot, so this city is perfect for a family vacation. The region also features 16 parks for families to enjoy the weather. A number of attractions and events in La Quinta include the Moorten Botanical Garden, which is an historic landmark in Palm Springs. The Moorten Botanical Garden houses a variety of desert plants, crystals, and gold mine relics. You can tour the gardens or take a garden tour. Other things to do in La Quinta include the Palm Springs Art Museum and Air Museum, which are located in the same town.

The area surrounding La Quinta is part of the Inland Empire, a large metropolitan area surrounding Los Angeles. It is becoming self-sufficient in its economy and is a destination for both tourists and full-time residents. There are several reasons to visit the town. But you can also visit the town for some great shopping. There are many different attractions to see in La Quinta.

The area was originally populated by Cahuilla Indians. However, by the mid-1980s, the population of the town grew rapidly and the city was incorporated as a city.  The population of La Quinta is largely residential.

La Quinta has a climate that is perfect for outdoor activities. The average temperature is 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The city is 56 feet above sea level. The town has many golf courses and a horseshoe park. It has several miles of bike and hiking trails and many parks. It also has a beautiful main street with cobblestone walkways. It is home to the original resort, the La Quinta Golf Resort, which was founded by Walter Morgan in 1926.

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Residents of Palm Desert enjoy a particularly mild weather. During the winter season, the average temperature is 75.8 degrees Fahrenheit (24.35 degrees Celsius). It is among the driest cities in the United States. On July 6, 1905, the hottest temperature was observed in Palm Dessert at 104°F (40°C). The city's temperature varies significantly throughout the year because of the scorching climate. As a consequence, many individuals choose to relocate here permanently or temporarily.

There are several museums and activities in the region. One of the most popular sites in Palm Desert is the Palm Desert Museum, which covers 8,400 square feet. This Silver LEED-certified structure features permanent and temporary art exhibits. The museum also offers educational excursions and community events. For many years, it has been a tourist spot. In the area are several additional museums.

Palm Desert is home to a number of historical locations. A zoo and botanical garden is the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens.

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