Cape Cod, MA--On any given day, early in the morning, you can find Robin and her rescue dog Savannah walking along the beaches of the Cape Cod Canal looking for hidden treasures. To Robin each broken shell and worn piece of driftwood is a beautiful find to be used in one of her unique pieces of window art.
In 2002 after studying decorative painting at RISD, Robin began her business “Robin’s Nest Interiors” which focuses on decorative and faux painting with a specialty in the painting of existing kitchen cabinetry. She is a Certified Interior Redesign Specialist (I.R.I.S.)
Robin’s line of art has developed over time, from smaller picture frame size pieces, to now larger custom room dividers, as well as more functional pieces of furniture and mirrors. She will take your “treasures” such as shells from a vacation or your mother’s old jewelry and create what she calls “Memory Windows”. “People keep lots of things stowed away in boxes because for sentimental reasons, they can’t part with them. I take those treasures and incorporate them into a piece of art that they can enjoy every day.”