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A Very Woody Roundup

Did you know that the zodiac signs are divided into the four elements of fire, earth, air and water? Our homies, the Astrotwins (Tali and Ophira Edut) break it down for us in The New Bohemians Handbook. If you are a Taurus, Virgo or Capricorn, your element is earth and chances are you are drawn […]

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Iconic Female Designers

The one-year anniversary of the Women’s March is just a few days away. This time last year, foks from all over the country who participated in the Women’s March in Washington D.C. set a record for the largest protest in U.S. history! Here in LA, crowds were estimated at 750,000 and the mood was inspiration, […]

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A Dream Workspace

Where is this jungalicious work space and how can you get yourself there ASAP, you say?! Well, it technically doesn’t exist IRL. This space was created by 3DQ, a digital agency specializing in hospitality, interior design, and architecture computer generated images (CGI). So this open, airy, inspiring coworking space is actually a 3D rendering called The […]

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A Very Winter Fashion Roundup

California winters are an oxymoron. It rarely dips below 50 degrees here in Los Angeles, but every once in a while we get a few brisk days where you actually need a jacket, like this week when it was pouring rain. You know we aren’t about to just throw on any old boring thing! The […]

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This Just In: Debbie Bean

Debbie Bean’s handmade stained glass suncatchers are a Jungalow favorite! When the light shines through her pieces, casting colorful shadows on the wall, you can’t help but to feel some magical kinda way. The contrast between the delicate glass and the bold color she infuses into each piece strikes the perfect balance. Debbie’s love of […]

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Travelogue: Le Jardin Majorelle

I’m still going through all the photos from my trip to Morocco last month but today I wanted to share some of my favorite snaps from Le Jardin Majorelle–one of my all time favorite destinations. It’s a two and half acre botanical garden in Marrakech created by French artist, Jacques Majorelle in 1923 and features a striking […]

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