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Plant-o-Pedia: Bird’s Nest Fern

A question we get a lot is ‘What fern can I keep alive’? While ferns are certainly not members of the easy-care club, Asplenium nidus, aka the Bird’s Nest Fern, is one that won’t turn sad and crispy instantly in the drier confines of the average home. With some attention to the humidity situation around it, […]

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Pad Peek: Michelle Qazi

What happens when a southern California girl moves to the Pacific Northwest? Pure magic! Michelle Qazi, owner of 6th and Detroit recently moved to Seattle and invited us into her beautiful home and put us under her spell! Between the vintage textiles, wood paneling, luscious planties, and those windows, we didn’t even know where to look […]

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Outfit to Room

Our amazing in-house team Jungalow, AKA Sara, Kristina, Caitlin, and Jungalow intern miss Dolly Parton herself, are back with another edition of Outfit to Room. Meet our newest member, Sara Rose. She is our creative (in-house) counsel. Yes she’s both an attorney and a creative powerhouse (yes I’m a lucky lady to have her on my l’il […]

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Watermelon Agua Fresca With A Twist

We don’t wanna be seasonists, but Spring is secretly our favorite season here at Jungalow. The flowers are in full bloom, the days are longer, and we get to dine al fresco again. We recently had a picnic in the park just a few blocks from our studio (even our intern, Dolly Parton Doodle, joined us!) […]

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DIY Cement Tile Planter

I’m pretty obsessed with the cement tiles we put in our newish studio kitchen. And when we had a few leftover boxes of tile, we wanted to find another way to use them.  We finally landed on planter for all our jungalicious planties! I love the idea of having a planter that matches the floor […]

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The Business of Being Boho: Finding Common Ground

I’m sitting on the plane right now, on my way to High Point, NC, where three or four times a year I come to trade shows for home furnishings and textile markets. Highpoint shows are really big. People from every aspect of the design industry go there to conduct business. From celebrity to rookie designers, […]

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