Today I'm featuring a log cabin designed by the ever inspiring, Charleston based designer, Tammy Conner. I was introduced to Tammy's work years ago by best friend from high school, Mindy. Tammy and Mindy went to college together and were sorority sisters at Wake Forest. Mindy knows me better than almost anyone in the world and when she told me I would adore Tammy's work, I knew it would be amazing. Tammy recently updated her website and portfolio and it's worth a visit. A long visit. One home is more stunning than the last. These are definitely high end designs, but they exude warmth and are wonderfully approachable. Lots of antiques, incredible textiles, classic style, thoughtful details - all things you can incorporate at any budget and over time. On her website she says she creates "exquisite interiors that feel gracious, uncomplicated and inviting." A perfect description. With Autumn here and temperatures about to drop, it felt so fitting to share this one on the blog today... Enjoy!
^^this home is a wonderful example of pairing the warm tones of traditional neutrals along with dusty blues and blue greens, a look I'm moving toward more in our own home^^
^^ A favorite Rogers and Goffigon print used on the slips^^
^^This room is my favorite. That sweet print, that looks like it might be Chelsea Editions, on the throw pillows and windows is just perfect. And I love the red lamps and pop of plaid. ^^
So, so good, right? See more of her work here.