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Pt 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Tommye Pitts Interiors.

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Dallas, TX –Interior design is about how people interact with their environment. Achieving a balance between the functional elements of a space and those elements meant to make the space more aesthetically pleasing is essential.

Tommye Pitts Interiors, Inc. is an interior design firm specializing in the complete scope of services from consultation to installation. Lead by Tommye Pitts Baker RID, ASID, a recognized authority in the field and among the most accomplished designers in the country; Tommye Pitts Interiors offers clients the expertise and encouragement to feel comfortable with their decisions and pleased with the results.

“My goal is to serve as a guide for my clients, not a dictator,” says Baker. “Each client is unique and must be treated with the utmost respect. They may have a limited education in this area but they are also seeking something they have in their mind. It’s my job to achieve that.”

Fluent in all periods in styles, Tommye Pitts Interior’s clients include some of the most prominent members of the Dallas community. Baker herself boasts more than 50 years of experience in the field, developing the expertise to inspire, interpret and refine her clients’ concept for their lifespace.

“I don’t want anybody to know that I’ve walked in that house,” says Baker. “A new lifespace is like a new child in the family. You treat it with care. Each person has their own personality and the space has to reflect that.”

Baker knew she would professionally pursue a career in the fine arts field when she was in the sixth grade. In her capacity as an educator, she has also served as a liaison between the ivory tower of higher education and the real world market.

“Every day is a new beginning with new challenges and problems to solve,” says Baker.