|Gossip Girl (Photo: The CW)|
Since 2007, the CW hit show Gossip Girl has been transforming our concept of fashion and couture. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Gossip Girl, the show follows the lives of Manhattan’s elite as they continue on the road to lust, luxury and adulthood. Each character brings their own style and personality making the show a source for trends and ideas. Though the garbs may attract millions of viewers, there is one thing that made us take notice; the show’s interiors.
|GOSSIP GIRL episode 421 — “Shattered Bass” WB Photo by: Giovanni Rufino/The CW 2011. The CW Network LLC all rights reserved|
If you think Gossip Girl rivals the lush interiors of a former New York City based show, then you are correct. Set designer Christina Tonkin used her magic once again to create awe-inspiring interiors for the show. She also happens to be the same woman behind much of the set design for Sex and the City. For a show that focuses so much on the 25 and under crowd, we are very much envious of the good life. Practically every scene boasts a luxurious interior filled with class and sophistication. Textured walls, lacquered finishes and nail head furnishings are just some of the elegance we witnessed on Gossip Girl. Take a look at these awesomely chic interiors and let us know what you think. The new season of Gossip Girl premieres Monday, September 26th at 8pm (EST) on the CW.
Who do you think has the best bedroom?
The Chuck Bass Residence
The Waldorf Residence