We offer a collaborative decorating process that saves our clients from making costly design mistakes.

Pam Neel, founder of Pamela Neel Interiors, has been dedicated to delivering creative, uniquely tailored, design solutions to her clients for the past decade. From conception to budgeting, materials selection, facilitation and installation, Pam is committed to providing exceptional service.  Pam says, "Changing the way my clients "feel" about their living spaces brings me great joy! I go to work each day with enthusiasm and anticipation of exceeding my client's expectations. The relationship that develops over time with my clients is the best part of my job."  Pam is proud and so very thankful to say, that most of her new design projects are generated from repeat and referral business.

Pam's education includes a BBA/Management from the University of Oklahoma, an MBA/Information Systems from the University of Denver and she received an Interior Design diploma from Thomson Education. Following graduate school, Pam's work experience includes a 12 year career at Accenture, a global management consulting company.  After relocating to Florida in 2002, with her husband and their two children, she chose to part ways with the "corporate world" and began her work as a design assistant for a Jacksonville based design firm.  In 2004, Pam established her own interior design studio/office located in the Julington Creek area, housing an extensive library of designer fabrics, trims, hardware and furnishings. Pamela Neel Interiors provides services throughout the Jacksonville area and surrounding beach communities. 

Pam was honored to take part in ABC's "Extreme Makeover/Home Edition" television show in 2011 when the production crew was in Jacksonville. Pam's work was also featured in the 2006 Symphony Showhouse located in the historic Springfield area of Jacksonville.  Over 6000 people came out to tour the homes and be inspired by design. Her work on the Showhouse was published in the September 2006 and January 2007 editions of the Water's Edge magazine. 
Being competitive in the design industry requires continual education in window treatment fabrication, as well as overall design and marketplace trends. Pam stays current by attending professional conferences, seminars, Colormix events, reading trade journals, attending the Home Furnishings Market in High Point NC, and serves as an officer for the local Jacksonville chapter of the WCAA organization.  (Window Coverings Association of America)