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Pad Peek: Sean and Melissa’s Kaleidoscopic Home

We first fell in love with Sean and Melissa’s kitchen last summer and are excited to share more of their home today! Their home in Naples, Florida was built in 1936 – a little beach cottage that was later picked up and moved to it’s current location in the 70’s. A little bit of both eras […]

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Lush & Low Maintenance Living Wall with EBTH

This post was created in partnership with EBTH.  We don’t always start a day at the flea market, thrift stores, or estate sales with a list, or even an idea of what we’re looking for. Sometimes, it’s finding something amazing that brings the inspiration, so we weren’t surprised when, while perusing EBTH– a great new […]

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A Very Jungalicious Window Treatment Roundup

Curtains and window accessories are the easiest way to dress up a window and swap out its “outfit” for the season. Vintage torans are a favorite for tiny windows, like in Paige Morse’s kitchen in The New Bohemians.  For a touch of whimsy try pom pom trim and tassel tiebacks, or add a bit of […]

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Outfit to Room: Summer madness!

Team Jungalow is at it again and we have a handful of cute new outfits for you with cute rooms to match!! Kristina, our e-commerce manager is wearing a stripy skirt (Madewell, past season), a mustard button-up top with gold slides and fun pompom earrings. Also, don’t miss her Frida pin.     In turn, […]

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Pad Peek: Amber Dubois’ Treehouse Grows in Brooklyn

Amber Dubois and her husband, Lacy Rhoades live in 650 square foot apartment on the 2nd floor of a Park Slope brownstone built in 1899. Their style is inspired by nature, art, design and their travels together. A romantic Pisces, Amber’s favorite room in the apartment is the bedroom. Since the rest of the apartment […]

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Introducing our Justina Blakeney Home fabrics!

My fabric line with Valdese Weavers is here. I don’t say that lightly.  I started out in the Home Decor industry as as a blogger and often times that has made me feel like an outsider. But truth be told, I never really wanted to be a traditional interior designer. I never loved the client/decorator relationship. I always […]

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