Pamela Sandall Interior Design
Pamela Sandall brings twenty years experience in the Home
Fashions industry to the design firm she started 8 years
ago. Pa...
I firmly believe that when you walk in the front door of your
home, it should give you a great, big hug. It probably sound...
What Inspires Me?
Tigard Living Room— Designed with the grandbabies in mind
West Linn Living Room “Makeover”
Standard TV & Appliance, Beaverton Oregon
Tigard Living Room/Dining Room
New Colors
New Furnishings
Existing cherished art pieces and photography
Existing family he...
New Window Coverings for both privacy and beauty.
New Quiet Cork Flooring
Magic in a can of paint!
Bland Master Warmed Up
Raleigh Hills Entry Before and After
A Crafter’s Home office where a vintage feel was requested and a
background for beloved art pieces.
Raleigh Hills Living Room
Raleigh Hills Living/Dining Room
Lake Oswego Traditional—no more white walls!
Street of Dreams (Award Winning!) Condo—Master Bedroom
Short Takes
Custom Furniture
Retirement Living in Keizer
Fireside Lounge
Surface Selection
They did it
themselves!
As one of my clients told me recently: “...sometimes all we need is confidence
and a kick in the p...
She did it herself! - inspired by her quilted creations.
A Beautiful Do-it-herself Execution!
Before and Proposed Afters
Before
Before, Rendered, After!
Projects
Often the most fun we get is the challenge
of re-making something. Often this is be-
cause it is significant to a...
The Cribbage Table
From the Project Folder
This great bar tray is actually a wall mirror—hardware removed and feet added. Easy and awesome!
Renderings
Sometimes it can be hard to see what your
finished project will look like. A rendering
will enable you to visua...
Bull Mountain Living Room
Kitchen Remodel
Portland Living Room—currently in process
Renderings allow for viewing many options!
Bull Mountain Living Room Window Options
Various Elevations—Retirement Home Keizer, Oregon
Studio Apartment for a female retiree (utilizing her own artwork, of course!)
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  1. 1. Pamela Sandall Interior Design
  2. 2. Pamela Sandall brings twenty years experience in the Home Fashions industry to the design firm she started 8 years ago. Pamela Sandall Interior Design specializes in creating comprehensive, well-coordinated design plans that include color, fabric texture and style. More importantly she integrates her cli- ents’ personal style with the requirements the space and function dictate. Pamela serves as the current president of The Interior Design So- ciety’s Portland chapter as well as the marketing director for a custom upholstery manufacturer, The Design Side by Madi- son. At the Design Side, she created the program, designed the showroom and many of the pieces with designers and their cli- ents in mind. Pamela has taught fun and informative Interior Design classes at Portland Community College for six years where she shares her love of design with her students. As a current member of the Oregon Remodelers Association, Pamela believes that with re- gards to your remodeling project, good design must happen be- fore a remodel begins. She was thrilled to participate in this year’s Street of Dreams, has been featured in several magazine articles and has a featured kitchen at Standard TV and Appliances in Beaverton. 503-699-HOME (4663) Www.pamelasandalldesign.com pamsandall@comcast.net
  3. 3. I firmly believe that when you walk in the front door of your home, it should give you a great, big hug. It probably sounds corny, but if you don’t feel welcomed and nurtured when you’re sitting in your own home, where will you get it? Your home should feed your soul, relax your spirit and ener- gize you to get up every day to face the world. It’s my job to help clients realize the potential of their homes and possibly overcome the deficiencies it may have. I will never walk into your home and say that something must go if you love and it is important to you. I work with my clients to find the bal- ance in creating both a functional home and a beautiful home. I love to start a project from an inspiration point. This is of- ten a tangible item such as an heirloom, art piece or existing element. Often however, the inspiration is a feeling or a mood. Perhaps an un-expressed favorite color or a location that makes your heart sing. Whatever your inspiration, in- corporate it into your home and you’ll be happier for it. Find Your Inpiration
  4. 4. What Inspires Me?
  5. 5. Tigard Living Room— Designed with the grandbabies in mind
  6. 6. West Linn Living Room “Makeover”
  7. 7. Standard TV & Appliance, Beaverton Oregon
  8. 8. Tigard Living Room/Dining Room New Colors New Furnishings Existing cherished art pieces and photography Existing family heirlooms Custom Draperies Privacy Window Protection and Tinting This project lovingly planned and executed for two transplanted grandparents to be near their new grandbaby.
  9. 9. New Window Coverings for both privacy and beauty. New Quiet Cork Flooring
  10. 10. Magic in a can of paint!
  11. 11. Bland Master Warmed Up
  12. 12. Raleigh Hills Entry Before and After
  13. 13. A Crafter’s Home office where a vintage feel was requested and a background for beloved art pieces.
  14. 14. Raleigh Hills Living Room
  15. 15. Raleigh Hills Living/Dining Room
  16. 16. Lake Oswego Traditional—no more white walls!
  17. 17. Street of Dreams (Award Winning!) Condo—Master Bedroom
  18. 18. Short Takes
  19. 19. Custom Furniture
  20. 20. Retirement Living in Keizer
  21. 21. Fireside Lounge
  22. 22. Surface Selection
  23. 23. They did it themselves! As one of my clients told me recently: “...sometimes all we need is confidence and a kick in the pants!” I often do consultations only where a handy homeowner with an enterprising mind and can-do attitude (as well as perhaps a passion for HGTV!) can exe- cute a carefully constructed design plan. I will work WITH the homeowner to come up with the plan, step back and let the homeowner execute—with the occasional frantic phone call!
  24. 24. She did it herself! - inspired by her quilted creations.
  25. 25. A Beautiful Do-it-herself Execution!
  26. 26. Before and Proposed Afters Before
  27. 27. Before, Rendered, After!
  28. 28. Projects Often the most fun we get is the challenge of re-making something. Often this is be- cause it is significant to a home- owner...sometimes it’s just out of necessity!
  29. 29. The Cribbage Table
  30. 30. From the Project Folder This great bar tray is actually a wall mirror—hardware removed and feet added. Easy and awesome!
  31. 31. Renderings Sometimes it can be hard to see what your finished project will look like. A rendering will enable you to visualize your project.
  32. 32. Bull Mountain Living Room
  33. 33. Kitchen Remodel
  34. 34. Portland Living Room—currently in process
  35. 35. Renderings allow for viewing many options!
  36. 36. Bull Mountain Living Room Window Options
  37. 37. Various Elevations—Retirement Home Keizer, Oregon
  38. 38. Studio Apartment for a female retiree (utilizing her own artwork, of course!)

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