Emily Murray (FOUNDER)
Emily’s interiors passion started with her childhood gang hut, which boasted a reclaimed fireplace, display shelves and fully-plumbed guest bathroom, but which tragically burned to the ground in a marshmallow-toasting incident. Contact Emily about anything legal on firstname.lastname@example.org
Loads of colour, including pink; sweary typography; stuff that makes the house feel like a circus/zoo/nightclub/spa; old things that have a story; child-unfriendly velvet furniture; London-related stuff; gold things; neon; blackboards; anything by Soho House or Kit Kemp.
Best decor buy?
My ‘Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That’ cross-stitch cushion from US brand Furbish. It’s cheeky and luxe, which kind of sums up my style. Plus, the Pink House Husband hates it.
So tough to choose, but Amanyara in the Turks & Caicos is hard to beat - read about my stay here.
What does pink mean to you?
Perhaps it would be easier to ask what it doesn’t mean to me, as pink has permeated so many parts of my life. For me, it’s more than just a colour, it’s a state of mind. I guess that’s why I’ve written a book, Pink House Living, all about it.
Are you cheating on fashion with furniture?
Yes. I’m a brazen hussy when it comes to my home.