My very good friend Erika Brunson is featured in this month’s June 2013 issue of Architectural Digest. She is being highlighted for her heartwarming model of donating profits from her home furnishings line to animal causes.
By donating the profits from her home-furnishings line to animal causes, decorator Erika Brunson offers a heartwarming model of giving.
When interior designer Erika Brunson moved to Los Angeles after growing up in war-torn Germany, she was immediately inspired by the sun, sea, and laid-back lifestyle. “It was heaven,” she says. “So much vibrancy and light after living in such a gray place.” Her remarkable career began in 1980, when she redecorated the Beverly Hills estate of her husband’s business associate, who happened to be a nephew of the king of Saudi Arabia. The next thing Brunson knew, she was designing the royal family’s palace in Riyadh. Several large-scale commissions followed, and she has been working steadily ever since. Read the rest of the article (JPG).
Please visit and support her program for Los Angeles animals www.spay4la.org