Jul 07, 2009

by English Muse

Kings Road

1920s apartments and hair salons with catchy names
define the neighborhood around Kings Road in Los Angeles…
Taboo

But my favorite spot of all is this place…

Kings Road newsstand

The Kings Newsstand, packed with foreign magazines. I love buying copies of French Vogue and the World of Interiors before heading next door to the coffee house, where they make lattes decorated with hearts…

Bliss.

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30 Responses to “Kings Road”

  1. vanessa joie says:

    beautiful shots. i especially love the first one.

  2. liza says:

    Yes. Beautiful photos. I could spend a long time at the newsstand and the coffee shop!

  3. Lit and Life says:

    Lattes in real cups with a new read–divine!

  4. Tina says:

    thank you! xo

  5. LENORENEVERMORE says:

    Love the gorgeous World of Interiors too darling! You are so fabulous!! ~XO*

  6. Jordan Clarke says:

    Cool photos – are they yours?

  7. Federica says:

    Great pics! Love them all!

  8. Lily says:

    Taboo, is my mom's salon!
    i grew up in that salon and that whole area! my mom would be so stoked that you liked the name, and the sign!
    i love you blog by the way!

    - Lily Boughtwood
    lilyboughtwood@gmail.com
    headbandsmadewithlove.blogspot.com

  9. my favorite and my best says:

    are we related? haha. my idea of pure heaven there.
    xoj

  10. Tina says:

    Hello! Yes, the polaroids are mine. but i'm not sure who took the photo of the latte…

  11. Hilton says:

    REminds me of Kings Road in LOndon and some wonderful happy memories!!

  12. The Lil Bee says:

    The muted colors in these photos are spectacular. And I'd like a heart-shaped latte now, please.

  13. Janet says:

    I would spend every penny in my pocket at the newsstand. Well, maybe leave enough for a latte.

  14. Simply Mel says:

    I so agree with you…there is nothing more fabulous than a newsstand that carries Euro reads!

    Love the photos…now I'm off for a latte! Yum!

  15. Miranda says:

    All the elements of a perfect morning. . .or afternoon, for that matter. Thanks!

  16. Joanna Goddard says:

    love the photos! i'd love to be browsing through a bookstore right now.

  17. Liz says:

    I love Kings Road! One of my favorites in LA, and my friend Shannon lives right there–between Joan's and Kings Road Coffee. (She was the first entry on my blog!) Such a great spot, and your photos really capture it. Lovely!

  18. Brian Miller says:

    ah. lattes…

  19. Tina Tarnoff says:

    A magazne heaven!!

  20. Ali says:

    Those lattes are absolute PERFECTION!

  21. LouDuk says:

    It sounds like such an amazing place to visit. I would LOVE to come out there one day.

  22. vicki archer says:

    I immediately thought of Kings Road London when I read your title – Your LA KIngs Rd looks like fun too, xv.

  23. orange sugar home says:

    bliss is right!! what a great way to spend an afternoon…the hearts are adorable.

  24. suzette says:

    i love love love your polaroids.
    come check out my blog, i've redone it completely… hopefully its a lot better. you're amazing :) xx

  25. Daydream Lily says:

    I love looking through all the foreign magazines. I usally go to MagNation here in Melbourne to do that. A store dedicated to magazines, bliss!!

  26. piewacket says:

    My sister lives just a few blocks from there and that is one of my favorite cups of coffee anywhere.

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  28. Uncle Beefy says:

    Magazines & coffee? HEAVEN! Now a little Southern California sunshine and some good chatting company and I'd have it made! Hmmm? Who could I possibly chat with over coffee and magazines? ;)

  29. Micaela says:

    i love foreign magazines too! its so fun to see what kind of layouts they have, how styles are different around the world, and you can sort of travel vicariously.

    theres a book store that sells used books near where i live that sells a whole bunch of foreign mags and i would always end up spending more money than i should on all these intriguing foreign magazines (which are really expensive)

    anywhoo…i love the last photo. thats so cute!

  30. Hayley says:

    beautiful photos (:
    that latte looks pretty delicious :D

fin.
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