Meet the Experts at Gallatian Valley Carpet One



Stuart Beiswagner
Stuart’s introduction to sales and perspective in the flooring industry began with Gallatin Valley Furniture Carpet One in 1991. His career has brought him full circle as he now owns and manages Gallatin Valley Carpet One. Stuart is an advocate for leading engaging customer service, providing an exceptional customer experience, and known for his application and technical product knowledge. 

Stuart is multi-faceted in consulting on trending design strategies in the Gallatin Valley, as well as stretching out with his custom abilities: a boat in Florida, a ranch in Missouri, multiple projects in the Bakken, and even a home in Scotland!

With an educational background in business finance and economics from Montana State University and having over 24 years in management and sales experience, Stuart is passionate about helping clients achieve beautiful and functional projects that incorporate their personal approach characteristics. He enjoys the spectrum of working with commercial businesses and families across the state.

Diane Peterson
Interior Designer/Allied Member, ASID

Growing up with a love of art and design, Interior Design seemed to be a natural avenue for a career. Today Diane is recognized as one of the area’s finest Interior Designers.

Diane graduated with honors from Parsons School of Design in New York City. She has been an Interior Designer at Gallatin Valley Furniture Carpet One since 1991 and an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Design (ASID) since 1994. Over the past 23 years she has collaborated with many of our valley’s premier builders, coordinating entire neighborhoods inside and out, working with clients on every detail of their custom homes. Along with residential design, Diane also enjoys commercial design projects such as the Sacajawea Hotel in Three Forks, MT.

Diane has been a part of Southwest Montana Builder’s Parade of Homes since its inception. Her parade homes were titled “Best Interior Design” every year that they were judged. Diane writes a quarterly design column for the Bozeman Chronicle’s “At Home Magazine” giving design tips and inspiration.