Jungalow by the Mountain in Architectural Digest

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To quote a favorite song of the moment “Ask for what I want and somehow, it find me!!” I can’t believe I’m typing these words but I AM ON THE COVER OF ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST!!! Holy guacamole.  I couldn’t imagine a more exciting way to share our new home, #JungalowByTheMountain with all of you — than with these stunning photos captured by my friend, the incredible Jenna Peffley and an Open Door video taking you room to room:

You can read the AD article here, written by Sydney Gore And don’t forget to pick up the issue in print!! Over the next few weeks and months, I will be sharing more of the process, behind the scenes and sources for everything in our new home on IG and here on the blog.

And for now, I’ll leave you with a few of my favorite snaps from the shoot, with sources below:

Photo by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

I love arched niches and I wanted to give this one a little moment to shine so we painted and outlined the niche in yellow and then surrounded it in Moroccan brass mirrors. I found the 1980’s console table and fell in love with the simple shape and the chunky-ness. On top of the console and in the niche, I display pieces that symbolize joy, abundance, protection, life and connection, so those feelings stay with us and our guests as we come and go.

SOURCES:
Paint Colors:
Bottom half: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive collection)
Upper half: Farrow & Ball Pink Ground
Yellow Stripe and in the niche: Farrow & Ball Citron
Vintage painting purchased at Souk in Marrakech
Brass sun face sculpture by PAUL BELLARDO c. 1960’s, purchased at Rose Bowl Flea market
Vintage console table c. 1980’s from Chairish.com
Collection of brass Moroccan mirrors (collection from various locations over many years)
Ceramic Up Down Wall Sconce by In Common With purchased from lightology.com
Early 20th century Ethiopian Jimma stool purchased at a flea market many moons ago 🙂

Photo by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Read more about our backyard and pool renovation here. And below, find all the sources.

Lounge chairs by Safavieh from Home Depot
Sunbrella Indoor/ Outdoor Chaise Lounge Cushions in yellow from Overstock.com
Pillows, Sun and Striped pillows by Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow from Target.
Feather and bird pillows, custom made from ‘Jungalow by Justina Blakeney’ Inside Out Performance Fabrics from Fabricut
Rugs: Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs Pisolino Collection from Jungalow
Fringe umbrellas and yellow towels from Business Pleasure Co.
Red towels from Anthropologie 
Waterline tile: 4X4 Sant Gervasi tile from Latin Accents, small 2X2 Sant Gervasi accent tile, 6×6 celadon porcelain field tile- Purchased from Mission Tile WestCement Tile on “stage” area, Sage hex Cement tile from Zia Tile

Photo by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Our bedroom in our old home was very bright in white and gold, so we decided to go moodier with this one, and painted the whole thing in a teal limewash. I LOVE how this room came out–feels very magical.

Sources:

Paint: Sydney Harbor Limewash in Blue Reef
Chair: Moses Pencil Rattan swivel chair, Justina Blakeney for Selamat (no longer in production)
Chair Cushions: Custom cushions made with Justina Blakeney Rainforest Jacquard fabric by Valdese Weavers
Pillow on Chair: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs
The painting is by my late great Uncle, Bert Paul Kun (it’s a portrait of my Great Aunt Sylvia, his wife)
Curtains:  Urban Outfitters
Curtain rods: Parachute Home
Small, glass top side table by Adrian Pearsall c. 1970’s, purchased at Rose Bowl Flea Market
Vintage Mexican Tree of Life Candelabra from the Pasadena Antique Center and Annex

Photo by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

This is my home office–I have two desks in this space, one for art, and one for computer work and it’s an invigorating and inspiring place to get all my creative juices flowing.

Sources:

Paint: Calke Green, Farrow&Ball
Hutch: Vintage from Jayson Home
Window Shades: selectblinds.com
Chair: Vintage chair Upholstered in Tigris jacquard fabric by Justina Blakeney X Valdese Weavers
Vintage red Suzani blanket purchased in Istanbul Grand Bazaar
Rattan Floor Lamp – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™ – Target
Rug: Malik Rug, Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs

Photo by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

In our living room, we added the floor-to-ceiling shelves to make room for my beloved tchotchkes. This is the heart of the home! We left some spindles too as a not to the original architecture. The sofa from Clad Home is incredibly comfortable and wonderful.
Off to make some music!

Sources:

Paint Colors:

Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive collection)
Farrow & Ball Breakfast Room Green (in shelves)
Farrow & Ball Pink Ground (ceiling and upper walls)

Paloma Sofa in Maestro Loden Fabric by Clad Home
Chairs: c. 1980’s swivel chairs in original fabric, purchased from @ModernHaus
C. 1970’s Tulip coffee table in natural red marble (vintage)
Tassel pillow: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs:  Jungalow.com
Lorenzo Chandeliers, Soho Home
Pencil Rattan Console table c. 1970’s purchased on Chairish.com
Yellow Round Throw Pillow – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™- Target

Gotta thank my incredible contractors @newgenerationimprovements for making our house a home with love, speed and good vibes. 🙏🏽🙌🏽 Thanks to my bestie boo @beautybysole for makeup, @tammyyi for hair, @bettina_bati for wardrobe styling. Thanks to the whole team at AD and especially @AmyAstley @alevasseur1 and @michaelsshome and to the incredible Team at @Thejungalow for alllll the work helping with styling, coordination and allll the things 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 @kbing @alecisamazing @pipermenell @jazvondee @kimelle @sararezrose @kellyreneg @mrs.tfd @koloredkrowns as well as @hightidebrands and @laruepr 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 



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