About PDC

team with a vision

" We are trying to make a world a better place by working harder and providing clients the best solution possible. With right people and right ideas we are able to solve every problem. "

PDC Interiors began serving the Southern California Yorba Linda area in 1949 as a paint manufacturer and was incorporated in 1952 under the name of Pacific Coatings Corporation. The corporation has endured to this day under the same family ownership, now co-managed and operated by Eric and Stacy Bryan, grandson and granddaughter of our founder, George Bryan, who had passed the reigns to his son, Scott Bryan and his daughter-in-law, Carmella, in 1974.

In 1958, after exiting the paint manufacturing business, our company established a retail division under the name of Pacific Paint Stores providing paint, wall coverings and floor coverings to builders and homeowners in the Los Angeles area. In 1976, the name was changed to Pacific Decorating Centers and the company expanded into Orange County, first in Fountain Valley that same year, and two years later in Anaheim Hills.

1985 PDC Interiors Responds

In 1985, in response to our growing client base in the commercial remodeling field, we established two new divisions, PDC Interiors and PDC Contracting, to specialize in serving the design, procurement, and project management needs for corporate, hospitality, and healthcare facilities. That division was and is still operated out of our main design studio and warehouse facility in Anaheim Hills, now under the management of Eric Bryan, and has developed the same high reputation among our commercial clients as has been enjoyed by Pacific Decorating Centers among our residential customers.

Today’s PDC Interiors was Yesterday’s Pacific Decorating Centers and PDC Contracting

Most recently, during 2014 and 2015, we’ve undergone a long planned, major makeover of our company, aimed at more efficiently serving our client base, and also working to keep pace with the ever changing landscape in the interior design and remodeling industry.

In executing on the creation of our new business model, we made the largest capital investment in our history; first, in renovating and expanding our facility in Anaheim Hills, so as to accommodate all three of our divisions at one location. And second, to acquire the latest in computer aided design equipment and multimedia aids, so as to bring a fresh and cutting edge approach to serving our clients. Also, along with capitalizing on the efficiencies of having all three divisions at one location, we’ve consolidated both our residential and commercial operations under one name, “PDC Interiors.”

PDC Interiors is Your Trusted Design Build Team

PDC Interiors is a licensed CSLB general contractor, supporter and member of the Orange County Chapter of A.S.I.D., and has developed long time relationships with expert fabricators and top line tradesmen to insure your project’s end result will be on time, within budget, and have the look that will “wow” your friends and neighbors, or your business associates. Our motto, as is attested to by our many satisfied clients, has always been: “Whether it’s your home, or your business facility, and it has to be right, PDC Interiors is your only option!”

Healthcare & Corporate Clients

Richard Long - President American Capital Realty Group
Walter Fuentes - Environmental Services Director Emerald Court
Ron Kolar - President Labri Management
Dr. Martin O’Toole Pasedena Cosmetic Surgery
Karen Price - Gharzeddine - CEO San Gabriel Hospital
Chris Parker - CEO Solvang Lutheran Home / Solvang
Michael Fontana - President Michael & Associates Contract Group / Palm Desert
William G Heideman - President Hollenbeck Palms / Los Angeles
Harris Koenig - CEO San Antonio Community Hospital / Upland
Mike Marcus - General Manager OC Water District / Fountain Valley
Steve Rogers - Director of Facilities Pilgrim Place / Claremont
Andrea Stassi - Project Manager Jacobs / Orange
Mike Rembis - President Avanti Health / El Segundo
Calvin Fakkema - Director of Facilities Anaheim Regional Medical Center
Paul Fice - Director of Facilities JFK Memorial Hospital / Indio
Meghan Domer - Director of Facilities Edwards Lifesciences / Irvine
Dan Bowers - C.O.O. Riverside Community Hospital / Beverly Hospital
Bruce Sepielli - Director of Facilities Desert Regional Medical Center / Palm Springs
Debbie Webber - CEO Prospect Health / Santa Ana
John Rudolph Fountain Valley Regional Medical Center
Devin Hugie - Director of Facilities CHOC / Orange



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