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Taylor DeBartola, Owner + Creative Director for TD Interiors


Owner / Creative Director

Taylor DeBartola creates smart spaces that will amplify your sense of self and consciously support your lifestyle. 


Raised on antique markets, fabric stores, and fried okra, the Atlanta native boasts a (wonderfully outspoken and refreshingly honest) eye for scale and design since he could talk. 


Following professional detours through the fields of finance and sales, the College of Charleston graduate founded TD Interiors in 2016, four years after buying and designing his first home.

Known for an innate ability to source one-of-a-kind vintage treasures and tantalizing artwork, which he deftly blends with custom textiles and modern furnishings, Taylor delivers distinct designs that are as timeless as they are teeming with personality. 


Fluent in an array of styles and confident with a swath of project scopes, Taylor works with clients spanning from spaces small to large in the Holy City to a business owners across the country on commercial projects. Whether he’s working from the ground up or going room by room, Taylor is adept at marrying a careful plan and intentional approach with delightfully quirky concepts and cheeky creative. 


For press and praise, Taylor has designs featured Conde Nast Traveler, Houzz, Apartment Therapy and the Post and Courier, along with invitations to provide expert insights and quips for House Beautiful, the Modern Design Minds Podcast, Insider and more. As a personal discipline, he visits more than 30 museums and art exhibits a year to keep a finger on the pulse of upcoming artists along with drawing inspiration from the greats. 


Peruse Taylor’s portfolio including a light and bright kitchen renovation for an 1866 Charleston single house, a New York City loft, family homes in Mount Pleasant, a Hampton Park bungalow, and the brunch-focused Westside eatery, Daps

“I want my clients to feel like they can be exactly who they are once their keys are tossed in a bowl, the door closed behind them. You should feel as happy walking through your front door as you do checking into the St. Regis.”

/ Taylor DeBartola

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