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Tammy Bolden is an 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. After years in marketing, public relations and sales including a tenure with a large furniture manufacturer, Tammy decided to parlay her experience and passion into a career in interior design. She graduated from Kean University with a BFA in Interior Design with Cum Laude Honors. She also holds a BS in Marketing from Kean University. Ms. Bolden launched Bold Interior Designs, LLC in 2010 after working for a seasoned NYC area interior designer who quickly noted her abilities in working with color, pattern and texture and a NJ designer with a large affluent clientele. Tammy’s timeless designs are influenced by her love of art, history and culture. She combines traditional and contemporary design elements that result in an eclectic style which reflect her clients’ individuality and lifestyle. Ms. Bolden is a member of the American Society of Interior Designer (ASID) and a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. She is a volunteer with Court Appointed Special Advocates of Essex County (CASA). In 2011, she received the Female Entrepreneur of the Year from the Vashti School of Future Leaders where she served as a Member of the Board of Directors. She is also a charter member of the Essex Hudson Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. where she is now an active Associate member. Tammy is married with 3 children and resides in Montclair, NJ.

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“The future of design is about incorporating relaxing colors and textures that mimic the feel of nature. Due to the shelter-in-place orders caused by the pandemic, clients are taking a closer look at how their homes function. Creating a separate space to work and study is more vital than ever before. Clients desire a home that is both comforting and reassuring to be the sanctuary they need in these uncertain times.”