“This is a brand for girls like me. It’s taken years, but finally I have come to realize that it is the smallest things that inspire and enrich the every day, whether it be an ornately embellished set of greeting cards, an ethereal maxi dress, or a plush embroidered throw pillow on display in a vintage chair.” -Letitia
Letitia Elizabeth is a New York-based eco lifestyle brand that imparts a sense of discovery, natural wonder, and Parisian spirit to the refined bohemian hedonist. For her, Letitia Elizabeth Home is an escape from the world that doesn’t know her true desires; it is a source of inspiration and delight, where she can embrace her insatiable hunger for adventure, wanderlust, glamour, artfulness, femininity, and good design. Enter Letitia Elizabeth — created to present the most treasured, pure, beautiful objects of desire that will add a unique touch to day-to-day living during those times when material things really does equal happiness.
We believe that life is best lived slowly, mindfully, but artfully. We know pleasure always trumps sacrifice which is why we do all the hard work to find the most earth-friendly raw materials so all you have to choose is which color you want, not contributing to pollution or human trafficking. And we know that luxury is a state of mind crafted with passion and patience. Our exquisite handcrafted pieces are designed to celebrate both the self and the world beyond, by encompassing the richness of the natural environment using delicious textiles that are both socially and environmentally sound. So Letitia Elizabeth isn’t simply a brand of homewares and fashion. It is a sumptuous window to the world, and yet an oasis of pleasure and comfort within the home. Until you experience it for yourself, you will never appreciate what simple, earthly delights can be had in this life. Okay that’s untrue. But we hope all our fluffy waxing poetic above inspires you to shop. Preferably with us!
The Letitia Elizabeth Girl: uncontrollably dreams of trips to Venice and anywhere in France, loves matte pastels but tells the world she’s more dark and edgy, has a collection of vintage dolls because it seems more mature than Barbie, longs for old botanical prints, spreads meyer lemon butter on day-old scones, grows a veggie garden on her windowsill but has a failing green thumb, never goes a Sunday without freshly cut flowers on a reclaimed wood kitchen table, idolizes Carrie Bradshaw, knows where her food and fashion comes from, wears sneakers and striped tee shirts on Saturday.