Waldron Designs is an interior architectural design firm known for the relationships we build not just with the homeowner but also the existing building. We honor the original intent and respect what it needs to be. Whether it is a complete renovation or a minor aesthetic update, the integrity of the building is kept in tact. Our mission is to inspire and cultivate joy through the built environment with passion, honesty, and integrity.
Rachel Waldron, BA, MBA, NKBA
Waldron Designs is owned and operated by Rachel Waldron (that’s me!). I am so happy designing that it is not unusual to catch me in a giggle as I rev up to do my work. I think of my designs the way that I think of my children- each is unique and has their own personality. It is my job to nurture them and help them grow, not define them. I got my bachelor degree in interior design from Washington State University - a CIDA accredited school - in 2005, immediately moved inot a lead position and have continued designing with passion. I received my MBA in Marketing in 2012 and launched Waldron Designs in 2013. When I am not designing, you will find me enjoying my precious time with my husband and two young children.
My husband Sean (MArch, AIA, LEED AP) is a licensed architect at Miller Hull and loves his job there. With the little time he has at home, he is kind enough to review architectural drawings and provide the feedback and revisions needed to ensure that we can offer interior architectural design services.
Recognition & Press
Dwell, Vashon Hangar Conversion, 2018
AIBD Design Awards, 2018, Westside Farmhouse
Panache Publishing, 2018 Pacific Northwest Homes
Art & Design Rugs, 2017 “Excitement and Fun in Design”
Women’s Health, January 2017 “He’s Just Not That Into…”
Freshome, 2016 Best Interior Designers in Seattle
Bed, Bath, and Beyond, 2016 “Hip to be Square: How to Decorate with Geometric Shapes”
Woodstock Outlet, 2016 “Favorite DIY Home Decorating Ideas”
Northwest Design Awards, 2014 Modest Budget Major Impact, 26th Avenue Kitchen
Chicago Tribune, 2014 “How Couples Can Find Common Ground When Decorating Styles Clash”