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Garage Update

We’re about two months in on our garage overhaul project, so I thought I’d share a little update here in case some of you are missing the Instagram Stories where I normally publish the sneak peeks. Above, you can see our design for the wet bar and laundry closet. (We’re still deciding on what color […]

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This Sh*t is on my radar and making me happy

1.) Loving on this robe from my girls over at Block Shop Textiles. I want to have one for the whole fam so we can all match on Sunday mornings. Only kind of kidding. 2.) This blog post about How To Make Money from my new ‘I wish you were my financial guru’ Paco de […]

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Yesterday’s Rose Bowl Flea

I braved the Rosebowl flea market yesterday, despite the ominous clouds threatening rain. It was, indeed, a slow day at the market. Only about half the vendors were there and people kept looking up and wrapping or covering more precious pieces as the sky grew more and more grey — but none-the-less I managed to […]

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Studio DIY’s #Mindwelling

I love Kelly Mindell, from the blog Studio DIY and her whole ridiculously cute family. They bought a home last year and have been renovating it little by little. I’ve been honored that many of their rooms have Jungalow/JB items sprinkled in here and there and when they shared their latest reveal, a gorgeous green […]

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Art Deco Inspiration from the Wiltern Theater and beyond

Art Deco, the style that first emerged in France in the earlier part of the 20th Century is back in a major way. Art Deco combines styles from around the globe (Mayan, Ancient Egyptian and Chinese influences are often very apparent) with geometric shapes, bright colors, and cubism, among other things. Over the weekend I […]

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New year, new kitchen updates!

This post was created in partnership withย Cafรฉ Appliances. We emptied out our savings account when we bought our home four years ago, and were left with very little funds for renovations. We lived on credit cards for a few months and made it work, passing every paycheck to our contractor and bartering every way I […]

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