Since 1985, Pamela Pearce has built an award-winning design firm, with a strong integration of architecture and interior design, working very closely with the project architects.  While her work has a Northwest flavor, each project is a unique and personal reflection of the client, and has a timeless, quiet, unpretentious tone.  Furniture and carpets are often custom designed, and she has excellent local craftsmen and international sources available.  She also guides the client in developing an investment quality art collection to reflect the client’s taste and to complement the interior.  Homes have a palpable soul and character, created through the use of antiques and artifacts complementing the client’s interests and travels.  Clients always comment on the sense of peace their home conveys.  She is passionate about interiors and loves what she does.

Prior to starting her own practice, Pamela worked in the Seattle office of Jean Jongeward Interiors, a firm known for its unique custom residential interiors.  She has worked closely with a variety of excellent architects, including Ralph D. Anderson, The Bumgardner Architects, Suyama Peterson Deguchi Architects, NBBJ, Olson Kundig Architects, Sullivan Conard Architects, Lane Williams Architect, Todd Soli Architects, and AOME Architects. 


Residential projects range from remodeling projects to large-scale projects including high-rise condominiums, and homes in the 15,000-20,000 square foot range.  The large-scale projects include carriage houses, pools, and gyms.

Commercial projects have included law firms, historic preservation projects, and boutique hotels and shops.


Interior design services available include: