A star is born! I loved the opportunity to play investigative reporter at KBIS 2015 (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show) this year during BlogTour Vegas. I was given the opportunity by Veronika of Modenus to interview Poggenpohl‘s Jeff Roberts. Our chat took place in the middle of the show floor, with lots of people passing by. Take a peek and see what you think…
Part of my job as an Interior Designer and Design Blogger is to continually educate myself about our industry, particularly in the areas of products and trends. This is something I pride myself on and very much enjoy. So I was thrilled when Littman Brands asked me to be part of their Larger Than Light, Winter 2015 issue Trend Watch column.
My goal in life has always been to be fab at something (he he), so happy to be part of the ‘Fab Five” of ASID New England Gala Honorees! The Gala was highlighted in the latest issue of Design Community, the ASID New England Chapter Magazine…
I am flattered to be featured in the current (December 2013) issue of South Shore Living magazine.
The October issue of South Shore Living Magazine highlights a group of artists of which I am proud to be a part of. Under the leadership of Jen Kelly, for many years we have donated paintings to the fundraising auction that is part of South Shore Hospital’s Moonlight and Miracles Gala. The funds raised benefit cancer care programs at the hospital, a wonderful and worthy cause.
It’s the weekend, time to sleep in. How do you feel about your bed? Let me tell you, and House Beautiful, how I feel about mine on my first Vine video!
— Pamela Copeman (@PamelaCopeman) February 26, 2013
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SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND HOME
“The overall design plan for each room was to focus on the beautiful ocean views. But the homeowners wanted to go beyond the basic sea and sand color palette, so Copeman worked out a detailed plan to create a color scheme inspired by the surroundings, rather than a literal interpretation of them.
Sophisticated shades of brown and raspberry were mixed with hints of ocean blue and an array of subtle finishes. From the shimmering shell tiles on the foyer ceiling and living room bookshelves, to the organic woven wood shades and the opalescent seashell chandelier, everything whispers rather then shouts. “
Boston Globe Magazine
I’m in a totally visual business, says interior designer Pamela Copeman… It’s important that I start projecting that as soon as I meet my clients.” And she does, with a wardrobe full of tantalizing colors, textural fabrics, and wherever-did-you-get-those accessories.
“Copeman says you don’t need to use typical yuletide colors, but rather a plaette that harmonizes with your home. Her living room is ocean blue, which is complemented by her holiday color scheme of soft purples and greens…. Today people aren’t focusing on consumerism quite as much. We’ve learned we have to be more environmentally conscious,”says Copeman. A great way to show respect for the environment is to use simple, natural, and recycled decorations.”
SOUTH SHORE LIVING MAGAZINE
“Pamela Copeman has received the Luxury of Living Platinum Award for the most beautiful living room design in greater Boston. The Luxury Living Awards celebrate Boston an New England’s Most Beautiful Living Spaces. This particular award is funique because it focuses on complete living spaces that capture the entire remodeling experience-design, construction, finishes and furnishings.”
A tradition for Boston children is a trip to the Public Gardens for a ride on the unique swan boats. Interior designers Pamela Copeman and Jennifer Bardsley decided that the 1997 Boston showhouse, located across from the Gardens, would not be complete without a tribute to the swan boats, and the children’s book Make Way for Ducklings, which is set in the gardens.