Sarasota Interior Design & Decoration

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Erin Blosser, Allied ASID

Regardless of your budget, personal style or functional need, everyone deserves good interior design. Erin Blosser strives for a comfortable and collaborative effort between the designer and client. Erin believes that well-designed spaces do more than simply look good. Style and function should be inseparable. She specializes in complete residential decorating, remodeling, new construction and model home merchandising.

Serving Sarasota and surrounding areas, each client relationship is cultivated to assure their personal needs are met through every phase of the process. Erin’s provides  unique and creative solutions to challenging dilemmas. Her cutting-edge designs offer a fresh perspective. Whether your style is modern, traditional, or somewhere in between, her creative solutions work beautifully regardless of the scale and scope of the project.

Contact Erin today to learn how easy and cost-efficient it can be to work with a professional decorator.

What Should You Look for When Selecting an Interior Designer?

You deserve superior client satisfaction and the services of exceptional interior designer with timeless style. Erin’s keen attention to detail and collaborative approach, along with just the right fabrics, furniture, surfaces, fixtures and accessories result in an inviting living environment that is a true reflection of your personal taste.

An impressive client list includes residences in some of Sarasota’s finest locations including homes and condos on Siesta Key, Longboat Key, and Lakewood Ranch. Erin’s innate ability to capture the essence that makes a home a sanctuary distinctively sets her apart from the rest.

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