2024 Homestead Magazine


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Designer Picks: Pamela Stockton and Melinda Shirk

Stockton & Shirk Interior Design


Stockton & Shirk Interior Design is a client-based firm with 30 years of experience in Jackson, Wyoming, focusing on residential and commercial design. Founded by Pamela Stockton and Melinda Shirk, the team strives to make each home, building, or space it designs
as unique as the people it serves. It supports clients locally and afar, offering full interior design and decorating services. Stockton and
Shirk take great pride in the unique charm of their instantly recognizable retail shop and design studio, located at 745 West Broadway.



1. Wallpaper

“Wallpaper adds a whole new dimension and can be a wonderful, unexpected surprise in a space; for instance, adding it to a powder-room ceiling or applying a vertical pattern horizontally. This nature-inspired concept makes any small space an instant statement.”



2. Bookends

“Petrified wood is one of our favorite materials to work with. It’s veined with natural patterns and colors, rich in texture and depth. We recently used these unique bookends to add character in a client’s library. Accessories and extra touches like these are such an easy and inexpensive way to add flair to a space.”



3. Chairs

“The upholstered Lee Industry chairs are very universal.We love the small-scale and nailhead detail. They can be pulled up for extra seating in a living room or placed in a cozy guest bedroom as accent chairs.”



4. Lamps

“These Ralph Lauren lamps are sophisticated yet a touch whimsical. The finish is sleek and elegant while the stirrup design adds a playful detail.”



5. Fabrics

“Fabric pairings are a great way to add life and energy to any room. We aren’t afraid to mix patterns, textures, and styles; grouping a Western print with an unexpected color or geometric pattern is a fun way to introduce ‘Mountain Modern’ into any home.”

A. Patterned velvet by Vervain
B. Geometric embroidery by Donghia
C. Native American-inspired
fabric by Andrew Martin
D. Geometric embroidery by Donghia