Tammy Randall Wood, ASID is the founder and principal of Interior Archaeology. With over 20 years of experience, Tammy and her team have designed an extensive array of projects coast to coast from seaside cottages on Martha’s Vineyard to elegant west coast compounds, metropolitan penthouses and formal Beltway manors. Ranging in scope from new construction to full-scale renovation with an emphasis on architectural detail, Interior Archaeology brings a breezy Southern California approach to elegant livable interiors.

Tammy studied Television and Film at California State University at Northridge and went on to study Interior Design at Parsons eventually earning her NCIDQ Certificate and Professional Membership in the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).  Interior Archaeology is a comprehensive design firm specializing in interior architectural design and thoughtfully chosen furnishings and is proud to be part of the Dering Hall designer network. Utilizing the latest in digital sketch technology, IA is able to articulate their design concepts in 3D as well as create shop drawings for their cabinetry and millwork design to help a client not only visualize but realize the end result.

Interior Archaeology is known for Creating Noble Spaces. To me, a Noble Space is one with the power to support you in the life you are creating and the person you are striving to be, and I always collaborate with my clients with this goal in mind.  We design in every style and love the process of getting to know you: listening and learning about your design goals and aspirations for yourself and your space. We are here to make the journey of transformation a pleasure and to be your trusted guide in creating spaces that are spectacularly personalized!

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