Happy 1st June from Litecraft, wow how quickly is this year flying by?! For Litecraft a new month means a new Blogger to add to our Blogger of the Month hall of fame. This month’s inspiring interior blogger is Lizzie Ravn, founder of Emmerson&Fifteenth blog spot. Originally from Chicago, Lizzie started her blog in 2010 when she moved into a converted industrial meat packing mill. Since moving to South London in 2015 Lizzie has shared with us some of her beautiful room makeovers. Most recently a stunning global boho theme bedroom for her daughter Eleanor. We originally got in touch with Lizzie back in November 2016 to work on a collaboration with Litecraft, the result was a stunning piece showcasing her son’s new bedroom with help from our Hello Lightbox. We enjoy reading Lizzie’s interior design updates and hope you will too. We caught up with Lizzie for a quick chat…
Blogger of the Month – Lizzie Ravn at Emmerson&Fifteenth
My plans for the summer : We’re taking a family trip back to Chicago, where we lived before moving to London. I cannot wait to see our old friends and neighbourhood again. We’re also going from there to Colorado to rent RVs and explore the Rocky Mountains with my in-laws – all very exciting!
My favourite Home Interior look : My dream home would have exposed brick walls, steel-framed windows, and lots of industrial charm. We actually used to live in a place just like that in Chicago and it was amazing. The little London terrace that we live in now has its own merits but it’s just not quite the same!
My next home interior project : Our living/dining room has been 70% done for over a year and it needs a bit of love – I’m drafting design plans this week.
My 3 Litecraft picks are : I love the Spikey Ball Easy to Fit Pendant shade – it’s sculptural but it’s also got a boho feel – it was a perfect fit for my daughter’s bedroom, which I just finished working on. In my son’s room, we used the Hello Light Box to add a graphic punch to his bookshelf. It’s super fun, and so bright! I’d also love to use something like the Vintage Ceiling Pendant above our dining table to add a bit of industrial gorgeousness. The vintage bulbs would be fab for atmosphere.