Manchester Interiors is a full-scale interior design service specializing in both residential and commercial interior design. With projects ranging from new construction, renovations, or a single room, Manchester Interiors has experience with a variety of projects. Pam is an accomplished and authentic interior designer utilizing a client-first approach, helping them discover their own unique style. Pam studied interior design at Chamberlain College in Boston and is a 35-year ASID Allied member.
Pam established her career as a buyer and designer at Leonard’s New England, a prestigious antiques and reproduction company, eventually founding Manchester Interiors in 2007. During her 17 years at Leonard’s, Pam acquired a vast knowledge of antiques and reproduction furniture while nurturing relationships with talented craftspeople and contractors whom she values highly as an essential extension of her business. Pam’s work spans throughout southern New England, Florida, Boston and Manhattan
Interior design is not just a career for Pam - it’s a passion. She has an interactive relationship with her clients, in which they feel comfortable communicating their needs and wishes. Enjoying the mix of old and new, Pam is constantly searching for the latest innovations in textiles, furniture and lighting. Her goal is to create timeless design so that each client feels their interior is inspiring, original and truly feels like their home.
Owner & Principle Designer
Sarah joined Manchester Interiors in 2015, fostering her love of design into a career under Pam’s guidance and expertise. Sarah works alongside Pam with clients in every step of the design process right through to installations. Sarah’s passion for textiles and home furnishings make her a vital asset to delivering the excellence clients can expect when working with Manchester Interiors.
Sarah is available to help with various projects from full scale home design to more focused jobs centering around picking the perfect sofa or custom window treatments. Sarah graduated with her Certificate in Interior Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence in the Spring of 2020. Attending the University of Vermont in Burlington for undergrad, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, minoring in Consumer & Advertising and English.