Pam Weber has considered herself an interior designer since she was a girl, redecorating her own room with whimsical combinations of colors and patterns on the wall, and painting a skyscape in her brother’s room so he could “sleep among the clouds.” She attributes her inclination toward modern furniture design to growing up in the midwest, surrounded by Scandinavian furniture with clean lines. Having moved to Colorado fresh out of college, Pam began building relationships with the local design community and a clientele of homeowners who were building or remodeling residences in the mountains. “Form follows function” is a favorite axiom of Pam’s, because her practical side insists that even the most stylized homes must ultimately be useful to the families that inhabit them, but she also has a love of wit and whimsy, and incorporating unique pieces in homes that tell a story.
Pam loves to travel along with her tea-loving husband, Richard Rosenfeld, and together they have collected treasures from around the world and family antiques that make their home unique. Their home has been featured in the online ski magazine Curbed, and Pam says, and the article displays a key component of her style sensibility. “My design philosophy often includes adding something that has a history, no matter how old or new the house is,” she says. “I’ve found a great slab of wood salvaged from the water of an old lumber mill that could be used for a table, or just enough antique tile for a backsplash. Even just using old porcelain door handles adds something a little unexpected, and so much character.”