Of all the memorials to Princess Diana since her death, Joseph Moretti's is perhaps the brightest.
The 30-year-old interior designer's tribute -- and Christmas lawn decoration -- features 14,000 lights, garlands and wreaths adorned with hundreds of white satin roses, and a life-size portrait of Diana.
A purple-and-gold royal crest covers the front door. Nine spotlights illuminate the display and a sign with Diana's name and the date of her life, "1961-1997."
Moretti has scheduled a candlelight vigil for this evening.
"She was just a glamorous beautiful person," Moretti said. "She was also someone who had a lot of sadness and she didn't hide behind palace walls."
Moretti is known in the neighborhood for elaborate messages of holiday joy. He once produced a Liberace tribute that featured a white piano, a fur-trimmed gold cape and the showman's name spelled out in lights.