10.11.18 | Behind the Design

Behind the Design: October Edition


Project Breakdown

Pam Nadler, Designer at Brown, recently finished the design of a 3,500 square foot home in Boynton Beach. This project truly involved everything – from window treatments, flooring, painting, and built-ins, to selecting and arranging furniture, artwork, and accessories. The client was looking for an “elegant contemporary” style with a color scheme based on grays, neutrals, and pops of yellow.


Pam Nadler

When it comes to the perfect recipe for her interiors, Pam Nadler doesn’t flinch at naming the best ingredients: equal parts form and function. Employing color, texture and space planning, she cooks up a complete design that is functional and aesthetically pleasing. Pam applies her collaborative nature to all of her design projects, working as a team with the architect, contractor and the client from the start. She believes that communication, attention to detail, and budget consciousness are all catalysts to a project’ s success.

This flair for well-done interiors comes innately to her. Having grown up in the furniture business helping her father, design is part of Pam’s DNA. Her brother, Steve Brown, started Brown’ s Interior Design in 1976, and it was a natural fit for her to learn alongside him. Today, family is as much a part of design for her as it was back then, as you’ ll find her working alongside her sister-in-law and Owner, Dana Brown, and niece and Director of Marketing, Susan Brown Siegel.


Emily & Ethan Bed

For the master bedroom, Pam selected the “Emily & Ethan Bed” from Vanguard Furniture. This modern king bed is upholstered in customizable fabric and features a glamorous mirrored edge tracing the headboard. This bed works as an instant focal point in any contemporary bedroom décor.


The Importance of Interior Lighting

“Lighting has the ability to change the style, mood, and even perceived size of a home. For this particular home, I utilized various unique light fixtures to add a feeling of elegance into all of the rooms. I chose to use white lights within the fixtures to add a crisp clarity into the rooms. The combination of white lights and white walls work together to create an illusion of larger space within the home.”

-Pam Nadler, Project Designer