Jungalow by the Mountain in Architectural Digest


To cite a favourite music of the second “Ask for what I would like and in some way, it discover me!!” I can’t consider I’m typing these phrases however I AM ON THE COVER OF ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST!!! Holy guacamole.  I couldn’t think about a extra thrilling method to share our new residence, #JungalowByTheMountain with all of you — than with these beautiful pictures captured by my buddy, the unbelievable Jenna Peffley and an Open Door video taking you room to room:

You possibly can learn the AD article right here, written by Sydney Gore And don’t neglect to choose up the problem in print!! Over the subsequent few weeks and months, I will probably be sharing extra of the method, behind the scenes and sources for all the things in our new residence on IG and right here on the weblog.

And for now, I’ll depart you with just a few of my favourite snaps from the shoot, with sources under:

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

I like arched niches and I wished to present this one a bit of second to shine so we painted and outlined the area of interest in yellow after which surrounded it in Moroccan brass mirrors. I discovered the 1980’s console desk and fell in love with the straightforward form and the chunky-ness. On prime of the console and within the area of interest, I show items that symbolize pleasure, abundance, safety, life and connection, so these emotions stick with us and our friends as we come and go.

SOURCES:
Paint Colours:
Backside half: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive assortment)
Higher half: Farrow & Ball Pink Floor
Yellow Stripe and within the area of interest: Farrow & Ball Citron
Classic portray bought at Souk in Marrakech
Brass solar face sculpture by PAUL BELLARDO c. 1960’s, bought at Rose Bowl Flea market
Classic console desk c. 1980’s from Chairish.com
Assortment of brass Moroccan mirrors (assortment from numerous places over a few years)
Ceramic Up Down Wall Sconce by In Widespread With bought from lightology.com
Early twentieth century Ethiopian Jimma stool bought at a flea market many moons in the past 🙂

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Learn extra about our yard and pool renovation right here. And under, discover all of the sources.

Lounge chairs by Safavieh from House Depot
Sunbrella Indoor/ Outside Chaise Lounge Cushions in yellow from Overstock.com
Pillows, Solar and Striped pillows by Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow from Goal.
Feather and fowl pillows, customized produced from ‘Jungalow by Justina Blakeney’ Inside Out Efficiency Materials from Fabricut
Rugs: Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs Pisolino Assortment from Jungalow
Fringe umbrellas and yellow towels from Enterprise Pleasure Co.
Pink towels from Anthropologie 
Waterline tile: 4X4 Sant Gervasi tile from Latin Accents, small 2X2 Sant Gervasi accent tile, 6×6 celadon porcelain discipline tile- Bought from Mission Tile WestCement Tile on “stage” space, Sage hex Cement tile from Zia Tile

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Our bed room in our previous residence was very shiny in white and gold, so we determined to go moodier with this one, and painted the entire thing in a teal limewash. I LOVE how this room got here out–feels very magical.

Sources:

Paint: Sydney Harbor Limewash in Blue Reef
Chair: Moses Pencil Rattan swivel chair, Justina Blakeney for Selamat (not in manufacturing)
Chair Cushions: Customized cushions made with Justina Blakeney Rainforest Jacquard material by Valdese Weavers
Pillow on Chair: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs
The portray is by my late nice Uncle, Bert Paul Kun (it’s a portrait of my Nice Aunt Sylvia, his spouse)
Curtains:  City Outfitters
Curtain rods: Parachute House
Small, glass prime aspect desk by Adrian Pearsall c. 1970’s, bought at Rose Bowl Flea Market
Classic Mexican Tree of Life Candelabra from the Pasadena Vintage Middle and Annex

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

That is my residence workplace–I’ve two desks on this area, one for artwork, and one for pc work and it’s an invigorating and galvanizing place to get all my artistic juices flowing.

Sources:

Paint: Calke Inexperienced, Farrow&Ball
Hutch: Classic from Jayson House
Window Shades: selectblinds.com
Chair: Classic chair Upholstered in Tigris jacquard material by Justina Blakeney X Valdese Weavers
Classic purple Suzani blanket bought in Istanbul Grand Bazaar
Rattan Flooring Lamp – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™ – Goal
Rug: Malik Rug, Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

In our lounge, we added the floor-to-ceiling cabinets to make room for my beloved tchotchkes. That is the center of the house! We left some spindles too as a to not the unique structure. The couch from Clad Home is extremely snug and great.
Off to make some music!

Sources:

Paint Colours:

Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive assortment)
Farrow & Ball Breakfast Room Inexperienced (in cabinets)
Farrow & Ball Pink Floor (ceiling and higher partitions)

Paloma Couch in Maestro Loden Material by Clad House
Chairs: c. 1980’s swivel chairs in unique material, bought from @ModernHaus
C. 1970’s Tulip espresso desk in pure purple marble (classic)
Tassel pillow: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs:  Jungalow.com
Lorenzo Chandeliers, Soho House
Pencil Rattan Console desk c. 1970’s bought on Chairish.com
Yellow Spherical Throw Pillow – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™- Goal

Gotta thank my unbelievable contractors @newgenerationimprovements for making our home a house with love, velocity and good vibes. 🙏🏽🙌🏽 Due to my bestie boo @beautybysole for make-up, @tammyyi for hair, @bettina_bati for wardrobe styling. Due to the entire group at AD and particularly @AmyAstley @alevasseur1 and @michaelsshome and to the unbelievable Staff at @Thejungalow for alllll the work serving to with styling, coordination and allll the issues 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 @kbing @alecisamazing @pipermenell @jazvondee @kimelle @sararezrose @kellyreneg @mrs.tfd @koloredkrowns in addition to @hightidebrands and @laruepr 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 



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