Jennifer Van Galder - Founder & Designer

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Jennifer’s interior design career was launched in 1988 when she was assistant designer at the renowned Kreiss Studio working on dozes of Hollywood celebrity’s iconic homes. In 1992, Jennifer co-founded the highly successful and innovative design store MAUDLIN with locations in Corona Del Mar and La Jolla. In 2013, Jennifer launched VAN GALDER DESIGN FOR LIVING. Jennifer studied business management at UCLA, but left to pursue her passion for all things design.

Jennifer’s 3 sons are her pride and joy, the life lessons of parenting and building a family home are her bedrock and often the added insight brought to her inspired designs.

 

 

KRISTINE VAN GALDER — DESIGNER

Kristine studied Architectural & Interior Design at UCLA. In 1992, she co-founded the highly successful and innovative design store MAUDLIN with her sister, Jennifer, and their mother. Kristine was recruited by Barry Diller and Diane Von Furstenberg to design for their high-end lifestyle shows on QVC and subsequently built the fashion brands Chaser and Trunk. Kristine is thrilled to be with VAN GALDER DESIGN and her roots.

Kristine is raising two daughter who keep her on her toes. Kristine cannot imagine life without her family and is grateful for the challenges and feels very blessed.

   “Everyone is complex and layered. Great interior design, like fashion, is the medium that reveals the wonderment and dynamics of your soul.”

“Everyone is complex and layered. Great interior design, like fashion, is the medium that reveals the wonderment and dynamics of your soul.”


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JULIE LEVESQUE - DESIGNER

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CINDY MONAHAN - CAD DESIGNER

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