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Pulliam Morris Interiors

906 Harden Street

Columbia, SC 29205

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A Fresh Take On A Vintage Cottage

FoyerA charming circa 1920′s stone cottage recently became the setting for a client’s new lifestyle.  The cottage has a totally different ambiance than her previous homes and was fun and challenging to transform the vintage cottage into an up-to-date home.

Stained glass windows, hardwood floors and high ceilings were some of the unique features of this home.  The whole house was completely repainted inside and out.  We selected a rich brown for the the fireplace and vaulted beams, and kept the trim and walls neutral.  The color palette for the furnishings included soft blues, neutrals, and yellow/gold tones.

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New chandeliers in the living, dining, and breakfast rooms add warmth throughout the house. This one is made of wood and iron and was stunning in person!

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Foyer Facelift

Recently I received a call from a client wanting to update parts of her home including giving her foyer a facelift. Lightening and brightening the space while still keeping it elegant was our goal. We started by selecting a large patterned wallpaper in neutral tones that would compliment the adjoining rooms and her art collection. The large scale print looks stunning going up her stairs and doesn’t call for artwork as it stands alone.



Before, the foyer was dark and uninviting

The contemporary wallpaper sets off the traditional style of the new mahogany chest. Hanging the client’s stunning artwork, placing a gold lamp and a decorative art glass bowl complete the look for the foyer. Decorative sconces in antique brass flank the front door and look amazing on the wallpaper.

The finished foyer is fun yet sophisticated

The finished foyer is fun yet sophisticated


New Market Finds

The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world.  It spans over 11.5 MILLION square feet of space and brings more than 75,000 attendees.  While it’s nearly impossible to visit every showroom, we pack as much as we can into our stay.  Here’s just a glimpse into some of the new things that caught my eye!

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