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Jungalow Eats – Citrus-y Salad 2 Ways

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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!

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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

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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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Equipale Love

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Sometimes, things are just meant to be– and I guess I was just meant to have some equipale furniture in my life because in the last couple of weeks, two equipale chairs and a lounger just appeared at the studio! Equipale furniture is from Mexico and traditionally crafted from tanned pigskin and Mexican cedar strips. […]

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11 (Great) Dressers for Under $400

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Whether you stuff them with socks or plants, the right dresser can really work as an anchor piece for the entire room. Paint it a funky color (or a few funky colors!) Add fun hardware. Tie a tassel charm to said fun hardware…and then style it up with lamps, book, tchotchies and plants! A good […]

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Thank You, Thank You

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Last week, in a moment of inspiration after the Women’s March, I decided to sell a print of one of my paintings and donate the proceeds to a good cause. I have never really sold my artwork before and I never (EVER!) could have imagined that together, we’d raise $15,000 for the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles! You […]

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