Fabulous Room Friday 12.03.10

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{Image Credit: Grey Crawford}

Today’s fabulous room is a sneak peek from the first issue of High Gloss (featured on Curbed earlier this week)! I have literally been obsessed with this gorgeous kitchen since the day that we shot the photos for this spread in Los Angeles. It really is my dream kitchen. I love the classic elements: white cabinetry, subway tile, carrera marble, herringbone floors mixed with more eclectic elements, like the gorgeous hot pink Persian rug, vintage chairs, ikat fabric, bright colors and the amazing Hicks Pendants from Circa Lighting. It all works together so perfectly! I cannot wait to share the rest of this amazing home with you when the first issue of High Gloss premieres in January! I just half to say, the owner/designer is as lovely as her beautiful home. She is honestly one of the nicest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.

In other exciting High Gloss news, our “12 Days of High Gloss” giveaway series has been underway since Wednesday and we have some fantastic items up that we will be giving away every week day for the next two weeks! Don’t miss your chance to win some of our favorite gifts of the holiday season!

22 thoughts on “Fabulous Room Friday 12.03.10

  1. What I love the most is that it proves that nobody needs a HUGE kitchen to be a dreamy kitchen. This is perfection, Paloma! And you teasing us with these pictures, makes us want to see/read the “High Gloss”today!! :-)

    Oh, if you can, go take a look at post today. It’s very interesting. HEIDI KLUM and SEAL just bout a house in LA with the most beautiful Italian rose garden… let me know what you think.

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  2. The first time I saw this photo in the article about High Gloss, I immediately recognized it from the article YEARS ago about Tia Zoldan’s house in Cottage Living. I have saved that issue and pored over her house from top to bottom, loving every inch of it. I can’t wait to see all the changes she has made (I recognize a lot in the kitchen already). So excited for High Gloss!

  3. Jenny, I know exactly which article you are referring to. :)The bones of the house are the same, but Tia has changed the style completely! Everything is so different. It’s amazing that one person could do two opposite looks and make each one look completely phenomenal. She is super talented!

  4. This is lovely! I can’t wait to see the rest! I can see Joni Webb doing a post on the two different looks of the house after it is released in High Gloss! She is so informative and saves everything so she probably has copies of the old article!:)

    happy day!
    Sandee

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