Emily Grosvenor is the creative behind The Oracle House, a home lifestyle consultancy, and Editor of Oregon Home magazine, Oregon’s #1 home and garden magazine. She has helped hundreds of women and business owners align their spaces with their purpose and is a certified Feng Shui consultant and a Fulbright scholar. Emily’s essays, features, and commentary have found audiences in Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, The Atlantic, Design*Sponge, Salon.com, and Publishers Weekly. Emily has won a Perfumed Plume Award for scent writing for her reportage on spiritual fragrances. In 2016, Emily created a global holiday called World Tessellation Day, a celebration of the beauty of pattern. Emily lives in wine country small town just outside of Portland, Oregon with her partner and two sons.
Email: emilygrosvenor (at) gmail.com
Representation: Stacey Glick, Dystel, Goderich & Bourret
"Emily Grosvenor’s talent is to illuminate everyday doings in fresh, sweet ways that make readers look at their world just a little differently." —Carla Rohlfing Levy, Editor-at-Large, features and books, Good Housekeeping
"Emily Grosvenor's humor is so wonderfully subtle, it almost sneaks up on you." Krista Stevens, Wordpress Freshly Pressed