The Story of a Successful Designer
Sharon Schmidt, founder and owner of Austin’s Draperies & Blinds Unlimited is one of Austin’s leading experts in custom window treatments and Interior Design. In 1990, Sharon started selling blinds door to door. Having always had a love for design, much of her expertise is the result of self taught determination to learn and succeed in the business. That determination coupled with a strong desire to do her own thing, inspired her to build her business, canvassing hundreds of homes with postcards, using word of mouth and personal referrals to achieve success.
Her love for design and for people was a perfect marriage for her business and has served her well in helping clients get their design visions realized. For Sharon, helping her clients realize their vision is like delivering Christmas to grown ups everyday in her business.
Experience, style and customer service
After twenty-one years experience in the design business, her flair with color, design and fostering great relationships with clients, Sharon has become a highly respected and admired designer in the Austin area. Her philosophy is that going that extra mile for her clients and sticking with them through every step of the process is the only way to do business and truly succeed in life.
Sharon does everything possible to makes the experience fun and stress free and she has a lot of fun doing it. She offers in-home consultations so that clients can make their choices from the comfort and convenience of their home, or business location. Her services cover every aspect of window design, staging, planning, color consultation, bathroom & kitchen remodeling, granite and flooring. Sharon is equally comfortable working with residential or commercial clients and delivers the same excellent customer service to all her clients.
On the homefront
In her free time, Sharon enjoys hanging out with her son and daughter, working out, taking care of her garden and being with her friends and family. She can also be found troving for treasures in local antique and consignment shops around town.