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Gabby Names Rachel Blindauer as
Assistant VP of Design

Friday, June 15, 2018

Gabriella White, LLC, parent company to Summer Classics and Gabby brands, leaders in the indoor and outdoor furniture industry, today announces that it has hired Rachel Blindauer as the new Assistant Vice President of Design for the Gabby brand. With over twelve years of professional experience in design, Blindauer will lead the Gabby design team and direct the creation of design concepts and high-quality products that fit the Gabby brand based on market needs and trend analysis.

“The addition of Rachel gives us the unique opportunity to have a top designer in the industry developing product for our market and leading our Gabby design team,” said president, William White. “Her knowledge and design experience will play a key role in expanding and growing the company.”

About Rachel Blindauer

Before joining the Gabriella White, LLC team, Rachel Blindauer ran her own design business in San Francisco, CA, which offered interior design and product design. The firm was named one of the Top 20 Design Firms in San Francisco, Top 12 Interior Designers to watch on Instagram and she was awarded the Emerging Professional Design Excellence Award. Prior to that, she served as a product designer for an emerging brand of Williams Sonoma Inc. for 7 years. She graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelors in Interior Architecture and Product Design.

About Gabby

Gabby is a member of the Gabriella White, LLC family of companies. It is a family-owned furniture company that creates unique, eclectic furniture and lighting in transitional, modern and antique styles for the design and retail trade. It has distribution centers in Los Angeles, CA and Pelham, AL. The company defines its purpose as, Life’s Best Moments.  Furnished. Visit on Pinterest, Houzz, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

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