Devoted arts advocate and community leader, Sharon Radovich designs interiors to reflect diverse client lifestyles ... with Panache. Clients revere Sharon for her innovative designs, meticulous attention to detail and penchant for simplified luxury.

Sharon views interior design as a collaboration of the designer's skills and client's taste culminating to form surroundings that are distinctive, personal and functional. With twenty years of experience, she takes a confident, personable approach toward discovery and practical realization of each client's unique interests and aesthetic. She specifies products that minimize maintenance, incorporating sustainable building practices and Feng Shui principles. Her knowledge of native Texas landscaping is a natural extension of her services. As a result, Sharon consistently designs comfortable, enduring spaces that gracefully nurture client wellbeing.

As owner of Panache Interiors, Sharon leads a team of dedicated specialists that provide a full spectrum of upscale residential and hospitality design services. She maintains relationships with industry leaders and has a network of professional craftsmen, builders and architects for specific project requirements.

She believes the risk in design is not being different or innovative; the risk is remaining static and predictable. Her award winning designs earned her recognition in the Austin American Statesman "Austin's Fortunate 500" as a style-maker two years running.

Sharon Radovich is licensed by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, is an active member of the American Society of Interior Designers and a Certified Window Covering Professional. She has earned national recognition for her interiors, having been prominently featured in design publications for over a decade. Committed to the community, the firm generously donates their talents to compassionate projects and cultural fundraisers.
Contact: Sharon Radovich
Location: 5621 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78756
Typical Job Costs: $5000. - 250,000.
Commented: what are the white cabinets made with? lacquer? The kitchen cabinets are by Scavolini and are white lacquer. .
February 22, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Commented: where is the rug from. I love it! The rug is an acid washed cowhide. We acquired it from a Dallas dealer. We can source one if you like. Depending on the size and quality of the hide, costs range $400-750.
October 3, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: what color is the wall? how high is the ceiling?thanks This room is 22' tall. The window wall is 1x2 glass tile...about 42,000 pieces! The painted wall with the art is Sherwin Williams Pure White
July 27, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Panache Interiors commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: what are the white cabinets made with? lacquer?
February 22, 2015
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