Her work is also included in the recently published New York Living: Re-Inventing Home (Rizzoli, 2017), an exploration of homes that defy the traditional definition but which are nevertheless rooted in the historic ground of the city.
In 2013 Tamara was named a Curbed Young Designer. Tamara’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Dwell Magazine, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, the Huffington Post, Luxe Magazine, The Brownstoner and Design Bureau, New York Cottages & Garden and 1stdibs.com among other publications.
Tamara is celebrated for her ability to blend old and new, functional and whimsical, to create sophisticated one-of-a-kind interiors that perfectly match clients’ personalities and lifestyles.
Born in Charlottesville, Virginia, Tamara lived in several different countries as an adolescent, an experience that profoundly influenced her eclectic design sensibility, as well as her passion for sourcing unusual products from around the world. After graduating from New York University, Tamarajoined DHD Architecture&Design as principal interior designer, working on premiere residences, commercial spaces, and hotel developments. In 2009 Tamara Launched Tamara Eaton Design
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