Robin Pasley is an artist at heart. Creating beauty and sharing hospitality is her life blood.
Her work under the business name, Robin Pasley Designs, showcases her ability to create spaces that are inviting and unique. Her perspective as an artist weaves beauty and function together in every space. "After all," she is fond of saying, "every room should be designed to serve the people who come to visit. Home design is always about hospitality." It is her ability to help people feel at home in their own spaces that attracts new clients, and has real estate agents returning again and again for help in staging homes for sale.
When you meet Robin you will find it no surprise that she is also a published song writer, musician, teacher and writer. She worked alongside her husband, Ben, for two decades in a music and ministry career helping others in their faith-walk before diving into her full time career in design. She presently resides in Woodland Park, CO and is the mother of two teenage boys, which means she also accomplishes the non-glamorous, but informative daily tasks of running a household and administrating her family’s schedules. In quiet moments she might be found designing jewelry or handmade purses, sewing gifts, or painting in her studio space. She also enjoys good coffee, warm scarves, and quality time with her husband ... especially by the fire.
Quick Biographical Notes:
From 1994-2000 – Toured with Ben as the duo 100 Portraits performing over 150 concerts a year on university campuses.
1999 – Wrote and founded the first of several Enter the Worship Circle albums, including the #1 CCM hit song You Are So Good To Me later recorded by Third Day.
2001 to the Present – Co-founded the Blue Renaissance Creative Group to help train and equip other artists in similar creative faith-oriented works.
2005 – Co-designed and built a custom home in the Fairway Pines subdivision near the Shining Mountain Gold course. This project called on all aspects of design from structural knowledge to surfaces and decor.
2010 – Published her first book titled The Healing Path which is focused on helping people feel more loved and more free in their walk with God. This led to guest speaking and retreat leadership as well.
2010 – Purchased the Maytag House on West Gunnison Ave in Woodland Park, and worked to completely revive the aging historical landmark house built in 1935, and bring it brightly into the future as her family home. Every aspect of renovation: including baths and kitchen, exteriors, and mechanicals; as well as restoration: including vintage wood finishes, floor restoration, and fits and finishes have all been part of this epic design project.