Pamela’s love for design started at a very early age. When she was twelve, Pamela came home from school to find that her mother and an interior decorator had completely transformed the family living room. And the only thing she remembers thinking was, “our house is beautiful.” Through years filled with Sunday drives looking at homes and youthful adventures in Europe’s great capitals, Pamela grew to love decor and architecture of every style. By the time she was 21, she’d already spent several years in Italy and France — life-changing experiences that enriched her approach to design. Pamela followed her passion by opening her own design company in 1999. She trained with Lauri Ward, a well-known Manhattan designer and author of numerous interior design books. She studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, while also completing a home building course in Houston.
Very passionate about her design career, Pamela loves providing creative solutions to a variety of residential and commercial clients. She has completed projects throughout the Houston area as well as in Dallas, Fort Worth and the Texas Hill Country. She has clients in Vienna, Virginia; Portland, Maine; Ogden, Utah; Santa Fe, New Mexico and Palo Alto, California. Over the years, Pamela and her design team have also worked on commercial projects for clients like W.S. Bellows Construction, Jones Oil Company, Tradition Bank, Allergy and Asthma Associates, Cricket Communications, Dean & Draper Insurance Agency and Jansen International, LLC. Tradition Bank Plaza, the adaptive reuse of the former Plaza Hotel, won a good brick award from Preservation Houston.
Most recently, Pamela’s projects have been featured in the Heights Home Tour, the Woodland Heights Home Tour and the Bellaire Showcase of Homes. Her recent historic remodeling and addition in the Heights was also nominated for a community improvement award. Pamela is a member of the Interior Redecorators Network, the Greater Houston Builders Association, and the National Speaker’s Association. She lives in Houston and when she is not designing, she enjoys yoga, food, wine and travel.