Your Expert Interior Design Partner, the Differentiation of Rachel Blindauer

Your Expert Interior Design Partner, the Differentiation of Rachel Blindauer

Rachel Blindauer works directly for her clients with assistants just helping behind the scenes. You won’t be given a junior designer that just got out of college and has no idea what they are doing at Rachel Blindauer. As they say the most expensive advice is bad advice…

Rachel Blindauer, who has over 15 years of experience in designing spaces and residential products, often works with clients that have multiple properties, developers, architects, hoteliers and help them on their own estates and their commercial properties. Rachel’s expertise as an industrial designer also adds a level of high end bespoke furniture and built-in designs on estates and furniture manufacturing cost savings on commercial properties.

Throughout her career, Rachel Blindauer has designed over 1000 pieces of furniture, seating, lighting, and decor items for the various Williams Sonoma, Inc. brands, and was an Assistant Vice President (AVP) at Gabby, a trade furniture company.

Rachel’s expertise in interior design is widely recognized, and she has been featured in various publications for her exceptional work. Her designs have been widely published, and her experience in designing interiors and furniture spans over 15 years.

Based out of Sarasota, Florida, Rachel Blindauer operates her design studio but continues to take on projects in various locations, from Nantucket, Massachusetts, to St. Louis, Missouri, and anywhere her clients need her. This allows her to bring her unique design perspective to her jet set clients in different regions, ensuring that each project is tailored to the client’s specific needs and preferences. Each project is unique, and every item she designs has a story of its own. With a deep commitment to using high-quality materials, Rachel ensures that her creations are not only visually stunning but also durable and built to last.

From residential interior design to assistance on commercial projects, Rachel Blindauer offers comprehensive services tailored to your specific preferences and requirements. Whether you need help selecting the perfect flooring, designing a nursery, or curating a shopping experience, Rachel’s personalized solutions will exceed your expectations.

What sets Rachel Blindauer apart is her extensive experience and expertise in the industry. Her keen eye for detail and deep understanding of design principles are evident in every project she undertakes, and her work has been widely published.

Rachel Blindauer is dedicated to providing exceptional design services that are functional and comfortable. Whether you are looking for interior design decor ideas, residential interior designers near you, or home interior design services, we have the expertise and experience to meet your needs.

Take the first step towards creating your dream space. If you are a high-end client with multiple homes, a hotelier, or a developer looking for top-notch interior design services near you, Rachel Blindauer and her team are here to bring your vision to life. With their wealth of experience and expertise, they can create stunning and functional spaces that exceed your expectations and bring you to a new height of luxury and sophistication.

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Design Details Make All the Difference

Design Details Make All the Difference

I attended a soirée at Stonebrook Estate early in October and I have to say I’m still thinking about the barbecue grill and how it was state of the art but made to aesthetically work with the historic home. Design details make all the difference but the devil really is in the details. I’m also a fan of strong axes in architecture and landscape which this home also does quite well. One axis is the circulation axis going through the center of the home extending to a grassy knoll. The secondary architecture/interior axis runs from the southern wing and main living quarters through the pool terminating at the cabana. The southern wing is a rectangle that runs generally east to west ensuring that that full wing will have sunlight bathing the interiors all day long.

Photos by TDWmedia.

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Interior decor during holidays generally take the form of evergreens and colorful decor. Some people with green thumbs may even opt for holiday decor with plants like a poinsettia or a Christmas cactus. However, in warm weather regions, this style can be out of place. As an interior designer in Sarasota, Florida, I prefer to decorate with tropical plants for the holidays.

With a bright and vivid range of plants to choose from, tropical beach style home décor is an invitation to be creative. Some of my favorite holiday décor in this style make use of easily available plants like monstera and palm leaves. Dried palm leaves can even be given light shades of color to make them more festive. Or simply add more colorful plants and flowers, the choices are endless. Houseplants also tend to pair well with this decor style, adding to the greenery indoors.

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I have a thousand things going through my head every time I walk into a space. I first look at the way everything is and then in my head visualize changes and adjustments that I would do to improve functionality, aesthetics, comfort and marketability (in the case of a commercial space). I see the possibilities and look past what is there. So next time you see me walk into a space and I zone out looking at the walls, touching wood finishes and inspecting table heights you’ll know what I’m doing.

Given that constant analysis I do, I find that most people forget to even think about the ceiling. In the 16th century designers always heavily considered the design of every wall including the ceiling. Think about it, how boring would the Sistine Chapel be without the designer requesting Michelangelo do the ceiling?

Next time you look at a naked ceiling ask yourself:

– Architecturally could you add interest to improve the architecture. Think board & batten, plaster work, ceiling medallions, and don’t forget chandeliers!
– Is the space monochrome and can you paint your ceiling to match that color?
– Dark ceilings create more intimate spaces (many restaurants do this).
– A mid-tone color makes a great monochromatic statement when paired with accents of that color around the whole room.
– Bedrooms are also a great place to use a pale painted ceiling.
– You could also raise the ceiling by doing a light ceiling and dark walls.
– Is there a design that you could paint/wallpaper/upholster on to the ceiling?

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