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PAD PEEK: Erin Milk

You know everyone’s favorite hotel that’s bursting with every color of the rainbow? Imagine this – Erin Milk, Brand Director for the iconic hotel, The Saguaro, is a self-proclaimed Neutral Bohemian! Say what?! As it turns out, she is all about those minimal boho vibes with cool, color blocked neutrals and tons of texture. We chatted […]

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Weekend botanicals and what they teach me

I like to walk slowly outside so that I can give my attention to small moments that bring me joy and inspiration, often having to so with plants and flowers. This weekend, I came across a handful of botanicals that made me smile and think. I took a small lesson from each one of these […]

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Our New Inside Out Performance Fabrics

Blurring the lines between inside and outside is one of my very favorite things, which is one reasons why I’m EXTRA excited about my latest design endeavor, a collection of Inside Out Performance Fabrics that can live indoors and out, that are bursting with color, texture and whimsicality (which is pretty hard to find in […]

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This Just In: Dear Hancock’s “House Plants”

What do we love about Gwen Mason and Earnest Merritt? Hmmm, not only are they the creative couple who founded Dear Hancock, but they are also as obsessed with plants as we are! Gwen admits that when most couples are looking for a new home, they usually consider things like counter space in the kitchen, […]

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Bohemian Regency

We’re all about mixing styles here at Jungalow. In the past, we’ve talked about “Afribo” — a mix of African and Bohemian design styles, or Scandibo, a mix of Scandinavian and Bohemian design styles, and today, we wanna discuss a style that we’re calling Bohemian Regency — a mix of Hollywood Regency and Bohemian design styles. […]

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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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