Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Kids Rooms in High Gloss



The much anticipated first issue of High Gloss on-line magazine went live this week! Yes another on-line magazine but this one is wonderful. It is the baby of the infamous blogger Paloma Contreras of La Dolce Vita and Erin Gates of Elements of Style. It highlights travel, fashion, entertaining and of course interior design. This one has a little more shopping guides than others that I really like and I'm happy to say they have decided to feature a few children's rooms too!..And for your viewing pleasure...


These first two rooms are of the daughters of interior designer Tia Zoldan of Zoldan Interiors. Her home in Hancock Park has many global influences with a modern and eclectic flair with no fear of color and texture. Both are very different but harmoniously mix old with new with a touch of tween over the top glamour (at least with the first room).

The second room is a very bold purple which is tamed down with simple linens, window treatments and furniture. I seem to be seeing purple everywhere and have a new post for you next week highlights some of my favorite purple children's rooms.


Yes this is not a child's room (below) but don't you love the kitchen? Those pendants from Circa Lighting are to die for.



This last room is not a child's room either, but a guest room designed by blogger and designer Erin Gates for a bachelorette in Boston. I think it would make a wonderful boy's room. Particularly if you are looking to transition a baby boy's room into a more playful and sophisticated toddler or grade school room.


So if you have some time this week while on a snow day and need a pick-me-up after watching all this devastation in Egypt definitely take a few minutes to peruse through High Gloss. Congrats girls to a job well done!

2 comments:

  1. I really love the first room designed by Tia Zolden. The texture of the modern window treatment alongside the vintage glam mirror is just so gorgeous. I recently purchased a crystal chandelier from AnnaBean for my teen's mostly modern room and the resulting mix of modern and vintage adds so much to her room!

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