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Bright Moments at Home With Prop Stylist & Photographer, Robin Verrier

A beautiful life starts at home, now more than ever. As we could all use a little joy and light right now, we're here to share our latest campaign, Bright Moments at Home featuring our rattan lamps styled at home with some of our favorite New Traditionalist tastemakers. 

Colorful, cool, and collected; three words that not only describe Robin's work as a stylist, photographer and tastemaker, but are equally reflected in her home.  Shrouded in documents from Robin's latest projects, our Plumpton Pencil Rattan Lamp lights up Robin's office space.

M E E T  R O B I N : 

Hi, I'm Robin Verrier! I'm a commercial prop stylist and photographer for brands. What I do in a nutshell is style and photograph highly impactful (not to mention dreamy) images that brands use to advertise with. I also assist brands with the art direction of their companies so they can do business in a beautiful and memorable way. 
I started my styling journey when I worked for a magazine as their prop stylist and photographer and realized I'd found my calling and thought I should take the plunge and start my own business. And almost four years later, I'm still going strong. 
I've worked with some fabulous brands like Tory Burch, Le Creuset, Elle, TOCCA, Loeffler Randal and more. I've even had some of my work printed and splashed all over NYC! I'm a believer that you can do anything you want as long as you're dedicated and ready to work your buns off. 

R O B I N ' S  F A V O R I T E  S P A C E  :
Honestly, my office and studio is where the magic happens. It's where I shoot all of my client work and where I make my daydreams a reality. I spend so much time in these two spaces so it's super important to me that they are always tidy and, of course, beautiful. 

F A V O R I T E  T R A D I T I O N A L I S T  T O U C H :
There are truly so many good ones. But I'd have to say my Wedgwood collection takes the cake. My BFF (and interior designer) J.P. Horton got me into it and it's been love ever since. (Putting it mildly.) He collects the green and black Jasperware and I collect the blues and purple. I also love a good tassel but that's for another day...