Pamela is a trained accredited Interior Decorator and active member of the Decorators & Designers Association of Canada (DDA). Since starting her business in 2007, Pam has become a notable professional in residential, commercial and new construction décor. She was an instructor at Mohawk College Hamilton for four years for five of the courses in the Interior decorating program.
Her unique ability to relate interior decorating in an informative, relaxed manner allows her clientele to be assured they have a full understanding of the scope of every project. She is committed to share her love for design and wrote the design column in the Brant News over a four year period and shared on radio as “Design in a Dash”. Pamela continues to upgrade her skills by attending educational conferences and seminars on an ongoing basis. She holds a Certified Aging In Place designation (CAPS). Recognized worldwide; this enhanced skill qualifies Pam to not only help you design your home/commercial property for a disability, but also to incorporate universal design into any space not only for the present, but to ensure your space will be safe and enjoyable for many years to come.
Pamela enjoys taking your dream concepts, magazine clippings or cherished family heirlooms and incorporating them into a stylish one of a kind space uniquely designed for you. No two people are alike and so Pam takes pride in ensuring that no two spaces she creates are identical. Pamela’s attention to detail, co-ordination and budget consistently exceed client expectations leading to new client referrals.
Past clients extend from her location in Paris, ON to surrounding cities including Brantford, Toronto, Burlington, Hamilton, Ancaster, Paris, Simcoe, Delhi, Turkey Point, Point Dover, Cambridge & Woodstock.