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Woven Accessories

We are big fans over tapestry-woven rugs over here — from the kilim pieces of Turkey and Morocco to the woven rugs of South and Central America, we can’t get enough of the bright colors, patterns and nubby textures. Today, I’ve rounded up of some of my favorite pieces from around the web made of […]

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Spring is here at The Jungalow HQ

      If you chimed in on yesterday’s post about rainbow vs. black and white, I think this post will reveal to you where my heart truly lies. We’ve made a few updates to our Jungalow HQ studio space over the past week and it’s starting to feel like springtime up in here!! Longing for […]

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B+W VS. ROYGBIV

I can be an all or nothing type of gal. Lately, while shopping for vintage I find myself being drawn to two distinct palettes: straight of super graphic black and white — or a total color explosion in full ROYGBIV glory. (above image via Sera of London). With the black and white vibe I love […]

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Jungalow Eats – Citrus-y Salad 2 Ways

Change is in the air!!! We added to our plant family here at the studio (50 and counting!), christened the new outdoor seating area for a recent monthly team meeting, and made a new commitment to cook more for our work lunches instead of always ordering in — added bonus? The delicious recipes that we […]

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Outfit to room: Team Jungalow!

Meet Bethany, Caitlin and Kristina! These amazing ladies are all part of team Jungalow. Bethany is our office manager /delicious food contributor/ general problem solver and jill of many trades. Caitlin is a super-talented designer and also all around crafty/design/art wizard. Kristina, the newest member or our team, is our e-commerce manager and we’re THRILLED […]

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Plant-o-Pedia: Swiss Cheese Vine

Monsteras have certainly had a moment over the last few years- and deservedly so, a plant that makes a graphic statement all on its own is hard to resist! It’s vine-ier cousin, the Monstera obliqua, or Swiss Cheese Vine, however has really grabbed our attention now. More delicate than the larger ‘Split Leaf’ Monstera, the Swiss Cheese Vine […]

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