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Pulliam Morris Interiors

906 Harden Street

Columbia, SC 29205

(parking and entrance in rear of building)

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What’s In a Name

             As we look forward to celebrating another anniversary at Pulliam Morris Interiors, we find it hard not to reflect on the past 54 years of wonderful memories, incredible design opportunities and treasured friendships made along the way.

Hearing a recent radio commentary about the world of business today made me think about our own business history; especially as the program ended with the quote: “The identity of your company is what you can accomplish as a team that you cannot accomplish alone.”

sign        When Jack Pulliam and Ed Morris established Pulliam Morris Interiors in 1962, they set the standard and created the identity of this company: high quality, fine design, professional service and a passion for the profession.

We are grateful for our history and reputation over 5 decades, our incredible clients throughout the southeast and the professional teamwork that has made it all possible over all these years.

We have seen many changes in the design industry itself and of course within the firm as personnel inevitably changes as well; but what has remained as the constant throughout is the standard set in those very first years.

Our unique identity as a firm remains the same.

So, we say thank you to our founding fathers on this 54th anniversary and to each individual who has been a part of the Pulliam Morris heritage- and to all who continue it’s legacy.

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