Erin Mclaughlin Biography
Erin McLaughlin is CNN’s international correspondent based in London Bureau. She joined CNN in 2003 as an intern in San Francisco.
She later moved to CNN Atlanta in 2004 where she served as a researcher on the international assignment desk before switching to London in 2010.
Erin graduated in Business administration with high honors, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas Undergraduate Program.
Erin Mclaughlin Age
Erin is 36 years as of 2018. She was born on 24th August 1980 in Los Angeles, California to an Arabic mother and a Native American Father.
Erin Mclaughlin Husband
Erin is married to physician Ken Peckham. They tied the knot in an intimate ceremony during the spring of 2009 in New York City. Erin has two step-daughters Emma and Catherine from Ken’s previous marriage.Erin McLaughlin Photo
Erin Mclaughlin CNN
Erin began working for CNN as an intern in 2003. She later moved to CNN Atlanta in 2004 where she served as a researcher on the international assignment desk before switching to London in 2010. Before becoming a full-time correspondent, she served as a producer on many high-profile stories. She now is CNN’s international correspondent based in London Bureau.
Erin Mclaughlin Canadian Living
Canadian living is a monthly Canadian lifestyle magazine, which publishes articles relating to food, fashion, crafts,health and family advice. This magazine was created by Clem Compton-Smith and his business partner, Margaret Smeeth, in 1975, with the financial backing of Labatt’s. Erin is currently the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
Erin Mclaughlin Style At Home
Erin is the new Style at Home editor-in-chief. Style at Home is a monthly Canadian home decor and lifestyle magazine, which publishes articles about interior design, home decorating projects, outdoor living and entertaining. It was established in 1997 by Telemedia with Gail Johnston Habs as the founding editor. The magazine was acquired by Transcontinental Media in 2000 and then TVA Group in 2014. Its website was launched in 2003.
Erin Mclaughlin Book
Erin has written one book;
- What We Not Finna Do: The Broken Girl’s Guide to Love .
Erin Mclaughlin Height
Her height is over 5 feet 9 inches tall.
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Erin Mclaughlin Interview
Mclaughlin gives us an insight of what she likes in an interview with Styleathome.
If you could shadow any designer for a day, who would it be?
Erin McLaughlin: I love Kelly Wearstler’s design persona — her sense of frivolity and joy of colour and pattern, as well as her retro Hollywood references.
Where do you look for obscure sources of inspiration?
EM Travel, travel and more travel! I also love reading old novels and imagining the spaces.
EM: Chez Janou in Paris — perfect local bistro and my dog’s namesake.
What’s your favourite room to decorate?
EM: I really like decorating bathrooms — definitely my favourite room in the house (I love taking a long soak in a tub!).
What’s your current paint colour obsession?
EM: I’m loving ink blue. But there’s always a place in my palette for pale silver with a hint of lilac.
If one song could be the soundtrack to your life, what would it be?
EM: Anything acoustic by Neil Young.
What’s the one store you could spend hours browsing?
EM: In the past few months, I’ve spent hours in HomeSense, IKEA and The Cross in Vancouver.
London, Paris or New York?
EM:Depends on the time of year — New York in spring ( I got married there last year), Paris in July and London in September.
If money were no object, what one thing would you buy?
EM: I would fly to Paris and fill a plane with 1930s French antiques.
What do you consider to be the most iconic design piece of the past century?
EM: Tizio lamp. It works everywhere. Love it in white!
EM: Toss up between The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover or Babette’s Feast.
What’s your favourite movie interior?
EM: Beetlejuice — iconic (and ironic) early 90s “design” at its best!
What’s your most prized possession?
EM: Anything that belonged to my late mother.
Best coffee table book?
EM: Horse by Kelly Klein.
What’s your fave way to spend a lazy Sunday?
EM: Riding horses with my stepkids.
Do you like to be the entertainer or be entertained?
EM: The latter, but can’t help but be the former.
What do you think is the best renovation you can do to your home?
EM: Kitchen and master suite (and they’re both happening this year for me!).
What is your fave space that you’ve designed/decorated?
EM: My bathroom in my last house — painted in Farrow & Ball’s Pale Powder. It’s the best chameleon colour for a bathroom!
What do you consider to be the biggest design faux pas?
EM: Being afraid of or ignoring the importance of acquiring art.
Marilyn, Audrey or Jackie?
EM: Audrey, with Jackie’s confidence and Marilyn’s sensuality.