Pamela Pierce is a leading interior designer, widely published and admired. Houston based, she has been designing classic and timeless homes for more than thirty years.
Her aesthetic is elegant, as she masterfully selects antique and modern furnishings to create interiors that are welcoming, stylish and fresh. From the outdoors in, allow me to guide you through some of her beautiful projects and help you to emulate her style in your home.
Green Gardens and Chic Courtyards
A cool garden terrace, decorated with terracotta pots, planted with citrus, and Anduze urns adding a touch of classic French elegance. Antique French armchairs with scrolled wrought iron armrests are most inviting beside the stone fountain.
A rustic round table makes an elegant centerpiece in this light and bright country kitchen. A drapery table would make a lovely kitchen counter with open storage to display a collection of stoneware and pottery. The beautiful French windows look out to the garden.
Collections of Provincial pottery and hanging copper pots add warmth and character to this charming farmhouse kitchen. A large three tier chandelier is a statement piece hanging over the kitchen island counter.
Pam Pierce selects a bulls head to bring character to this sweet country kitchen. The huge timber lintels above the French windows and doors bring a rustic flavor. The wrought iron center counter is used to store stoneware platters, large salad and fruit bowls, baskets and cutting boards.
Rustic Alsatian chairs with sweet carved hearts bring instant charm to this country kitchen. Open shelving is used to display a collection of ceramics. A rustic un-glazed pot has been transformed into a superb lamp.
Chic dining spaces
The suspended lustre, fitted with candles, and the kitchen dresser displaying blue and white ceramics makes this dining space timeless and elegant. A huge oil on canvas of a country scene is a lovely focal point. A mid century jardiniere is used as a centerpiece, overflowing with foliage and fruit and flanked by a pair of altar candlesticks.
An antique mirror with a decorative frame makes this powder room a luxury and private space. A pair of stone garden finials play on the simple rose bouquet. A marble baptismal font has been transformed into a wash basin and a pair of crystal wall sconces create symmetry.
Pam Pierce's work is so inspiring, I hope you have enjoyed exploring her work and discovering ways to recreate her timeless aesthetic.
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Thank you for showing these interiors again. I just love everything that this designer does. For me, she’s is the best designer bar none! Reminds me of the Gianettis with Patina Farm. Absolutely beautiful and so original and creative.