Women turned Mr. Darcy's head

Seattle designer Pam Claussen’s adoration for vintage Victorian style extends well beyond her thriving business, Glam by Pam, and is reflected in every room of her home. Here, in the grand 650-square-foot master bath, Pam has created a beautiful sanctuary, complete with an eighteenth-century Louis XV chandelier, handblown marble sinks, Gothic wallpaper, richly upholstered furniture, and a custom-designed stained glass window. She also displays a selection of her one-of-a-kind glittering creations—elegant crowns, tiaras, and bridal headpieces and accessories.

In an interview with Victoria magazine, Pam states,"she revels in the Pride and Prejudice era, when women turned Mr. Darcy's head with a flirtatious fan."

For more information and to view Pam Claussen’s work, visit

To learn more about Pam Claussen and her business, see “Crown Jewels,” on page 76 of the September/October 2009 issue of Victoria magazine.

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