The May/June issue of Lonny Magazine went live this week. As usually Lonny did not disappoint. This issue has some tours of some very eclectic homes of designers, writers, and boutique owners as well as a fabulous city shopping guide (what we all loved in Domino) of New Orleans.
In case you don't have time to look through the magazine yourself, here is a look a the children's rooms featured in this issue.
Since the ceiling had awkward lines, the designer Angie Hranowsky used wallpaper from floor to ceiling in her daughter's bedroom. The rest of her home is a wonderful play of patterns, colors and textures. I have admired her designs for a while now. I wish I had her go-to list before I visited Charleston last weekend!
I'm really drawn to the color combination in her living room below.
Director Lisa Sherry has a playful and whimsical vintage feel in her daughter Pearl's nursery. She is definitely not afraid of wallpaper either.
I like the airy vintage feeling of her daughter Luca's room much more.
The built-in bookshelf and activity area in this playroom is perfect! I'm dying to use the Smarties rug from The Rug Company used above in someone's toddler room!
Caroline Robert, the owner of the home boutique Perch in New Orleans, designed her two year old son's room to be peaceful and sweet. A sophisticated and interesting room for a two year old. Although it is very pretty, I would naturally see it more as a guest room or even a girl's room first.