As it’s a new year, the social team at Litecraft HQ thought it would be nice to find out a little more about some of our favourite lifestyle bloggers. So we did just that! The team spend endless hours looking through some of the most inspiring pages on the internet. To get a feel what the latest interior trend is, what everyone’s loving at the moment when it comes to home-ware designs. So who better to social media stalk than the people that know best, lifestyle bloggers! This month we’ve set out sights on a lovely lady called Kerry from verykerryh.com. An editorial and commercial interior stylist. When she’s not helping homeowners and landlords show off their properties. Kerry spends her free time blogging about favourite interior finds, housey things and cool design trends. We caught up with Kerry to find out more…
Blogger of the Month – Kerry Hussain at VeryKerryH
For the Easter weekend I will be : I’d like to be spending it having a lovely Sunday dinner with friends. But I think I’m mostly going to be painting and decorating. There will definitely be lots of chocolate involved though!
My favourite Home Interior look : I call it Indinavian. I’m a huge fan of Scandi style but I love Indian fabric and block print designs so I mix the two. Although I mostly decorate with neutrals. I’m partial to splashes of bright pink and orange here and there.
My next home interior project : I moved to a new place last summer and I’m currently renovating the entire flat. Everything is being done from re-wiring and re-plumbing to new doorknobs. We’re 8 weeks in and it’s still a total mess. But it’s slowly starting to come together. I’m loving the whole process!
My 3 Litecraft picks are : I love the Glass & Mirror Effect 1 Light Globe LED Faded Ceiling Pendant for it’s simple style, which would look great in a dining room or hallway. It’s reminiscent of Tom Dixon’s Mirror Ball lights yet at a fraction of the cost. I’m a bit of a magpie and love anything sparkly so I had to pick a chandelier! If I had a huge country house and a budget to match. Then what better way to light a grand entrance than with the Settate Empire 60-light Chandelier in Polished Chrome? It’s simply breathtaking! I prefer lamps to wall lights and as I mentioned I’m partial to pops of pink so the Pink Ceramic Table Lamp with Drum Shade caught my eye. Again a simple design but I think it’d look great with the yellow and white geometric drum shade.
Kerry very kindly reviewed our 3 Light Vintage Glass Bottle Table Lamps earlier this year. Head over to verykerryh.com for more.