Pam Asanovic:
How I work with clients

“I view every job differently  When a client has a project in mind, I need to get to know them a bit, to find out about their likes and dislikes, and try to find a solution that will excite them, but that will also work for their lifestyle and their budget. It is very important to me to be as informative as I can about how I work, and to produce enough sample boards on appropriate materials to show the client how a project will look.  I never begin a job until we are all satisfied and happy with the samples and the cost.”

decorative artist Pam Asanovic





After a BA (Hons) design degree from the Bath Academy of Art, Pam did further training in Applied Decorative Art at ‘The Finishing School’ in New York. She has completed projects for clients in New York, Connecticut, the Hamptons, London, Bath, Southwest England, Portugal and Spain. Pam has taught courses at the Ivy House Interior Design School and run a workshop for the Bath Preservation Trust in 2009. Pam Asanovic also teach private courses and has given work experience to secondary school pupils.

In addition to her private commissions, she has worked with many interior designers over the years.

decorative artist Pam Asanovic



Martha Stewart’s New Old House, Martha Stewart, 1992

Westport Historical Society, 1992

‘House Tour’, Westport CT, 1992

25 Beautiful Homes

Country Homes & Interiors

House Beautiful (USA)

Martha Stewart's New Old HouseCountry Homes & Interiors