Pam Sunderman is a Colorado native based in Fort Collins and an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Her background includes receiving a residential design degree from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, working for the Pottery Barn Brands at the Williams-Sonoma headquarters in San Francisco, California, and management of numerous residential design projects. She believes that inspiration is all around us, and her personal design aesthetic is influenced by traveling and time spent living in Thailand, as well as frequent trips to the Colorado mountains and Santa Fe.
For more of Pam Sunderman's work visit http://pamsundermandesign.com or call (303) 579-6335.
About this space
"The clean lines and understated beauty of the Celeste™ bathtub made it the obvious choice for this project from the very beginning. It is a star in the room, without screaming. Instead, it plays beautifully with the other design details of this space to create an overall story."
"There are as many different design styles as there are interior designers. For me, I try to avoid being too trendy and instead strive to create spaces with an appreciation for classic patterns, styles, and finishes that withstand the test of time. If I had to point to a “trend” that I am happy to see happening it would be the increased use of warm finishes like aged brass fixtures and warmer wood tones that balance the cooler neutrals so well."