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Episode 227: Tammy Connor

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Tammy Connor has built her reputation on creating timeless classic interiors infused with a casual southern elegance. The attention to detail and her relaxed approach to formal spaces result in interiors that are sophisticated yet inviting. Layering antiques, personal collections of clients, and textural fabrics with studied color palettes are the trademark of Tammy Connor Interior Design.


Tammy Connor Interior Design was founded in Charleston, SC.  The firm has completed comprehensive residential projects throughout the eastern United States ranging from town, country, mountain, and beach houses, and has received both local and national recognition. The firm has recently been awarded three Shutze Awards for Interior Design by the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, Bloggers’ Choice “Ones to Watch” award by ElleDecor, was named one of Traditional Home’s 2012 New Trad Designers and added to the 2016 Luxe Gold List.  She is a member of the Southeastern ICAA Board, Design Leadership Network, and Leaders of Design.  Her work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Veranda, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Luxe Magazine, and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.


Tammy is continually inspired by her travels both personally and professionally. While the location and style of the firm’s work is diverse, respect for the architecture and setting of a project is at the heart of Tammy’s interiors. She is consistently dedicated to enhancing the lifestyle of her clients, and she firmly believes that the best interiors are the ones that beckon you to have a seat and stay awhile.


Tammy received a degree in Studio Art and Art History from Wake Forest University, and a degree in Interior Design from The American College of Applied, is a member of ASID, and a NCIDQ certified designer.

Explore Tammy’s Website here

Add one or all of Tammy’s book recommendations to your home library here:

The Tree of Life: An Intimate History of the Legendary Design Firm

The House in Good Taste

One Man’s Folly 

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