Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson, Interior Designer, Office Leader, creates elegant solutions to complex design problems that work for clients and, by extension, for their staff, guests and general public. Of particular interest to her is using color, textures and light to transform and sculpt space and to enhance and elevate the user or visitor experience.

“Good design doesn't have to be expensive. Having grown up in Maine, I share a sensitivity to making the most I can with the allowable budget.”

Pamela grew up in a French-Canadian family. A child of an honored International Bluegrass Music Museum (IBMM) Pioneer of Bluegrass Music, Pamela has traveled throughout New England due to her father’s deep connection to the Bluegrass music scene. As a high school student, she won a national interior design award that propelled her onto a college track and seeded her interest in the profession. She has been practicing interior design professionally since 1984.

As a third-generation Mainer, Pamela is passionate about art, design, travel, food, animals, and outdoor adventures. She is involved in the American Kennel Club (AKC) and United Kennel Club (UKC) dog shows with her two Belgian Shepherds, and she serves as President for two New England dog club chapters.


Education
  • Rhode Island School of Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts

Industry Membership & Involvement
  • Maine Interior Design Association (MIDA)
Community Involvement
  • 2019 Southern Maine Heart Walk
  • Annual MEREDA Strikes for Scholars Bowl-a-Thon
 
Notable Projects