My design is a mid century modern take on the novel, “The Secret Garden,” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. In the story, one of the central characters, Colin suffers from a disability. Ultimately, the Secret Garden turns into a place where Colin recovers with the help of his cousin, Mary.
Why did you choose to participate in Designing Hope?
I’ve always been a huge proponent of volunteerism, having worked with several organizations throughout the years. My business philosophy is to help make design accessible to anyone. The RMH project provided me the opportunity to put my business philosophy into practice by using my skills as an interior designer to make an impact on someone’s life.
Tammy Bolden is an award-winning interior designer who believes that everyone deserves to live and work in a space that reflects their needs. Her design philosophy: lifestyle is the inspiration and foundation for successful design. Her business philosophy: to make interior design accessible to anyone. Tammy strives to help her clients appreciate the beauty around them and to make a statement in their environment.
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