To estimate a preferred track of the minute “Ask for what I want and someway, it discover me!!” I cannot imagine I’m typing these words but I AM ON THE Protect OF ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST!!! Holy guacamole.  I could not visualize a a lot more thrilling way to share our new residence, #JungalowByTheMountain with all of you — than with these spectacular pics captured by my friend, the remarkable Jenna Peffley and an Open Door video clip using you place to room: at?v=X89WJTXA8KQ

You can browse the Ad write-up right here, composed by Sydney Gore And don’t forget to pick up the challenge in print!! About the following couple of months and months, I will be sharing additional of the procedure, powering the scenes and resources for all the things in our new property on IG and in this article on the website.

And for now, I’ll leave you with a couple of my preferred snaps from the shoot, with resources down below:

Image by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

I really like arched niches and I desired to give this a person a little minute to shine so we painted and outlined the area of interest in yellow and then surrounded it in Moroccan brass mirrors. I located the 1980’s console table and fell in adore with the basic condition and the chunky-ness. On major of the console and in the niche, I screen pieces that symbolize joy, abundance, security, everyday living and relationship, so individuals thoughts remain with us and our visitors as we occur and go.

Paint Hues:
Bottom fifty percent: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive collection)
Upper 50 %: Farrow & Ball Pink Floor
Yellow Stripe and in the specialized niche: Farrow & Ball Citron
Vintage painting procured at Souk in Marrakech
Brass sun deal with sculpture by PAUL BELLARDO c. 1960’s, ordered at Rose Bowl Flea current market
Classic console table c. 1980’s from
Assortment of brass Moroccan mirrors (collection from a variety of destinations above a lot of many years)
Ceramic Up Down Wall Sconce by In Typical With acquired from
Early 20th century Ethiopian Jimma stool procured at a flea market place several moons in the past 🙂

Picture by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Examine more about our yard and pool renovation in this article. And beneath, discover all the sources.

Lounge chairs by Safavieh from House Depot
Sunbrella Indoor/ Outside Chaise Lounge Cushions in yellow from
Pillows, Sunshine and Striped pillows by Opalhouse Made with Jungalow from Target.
Feather and bird pillows, personalized built from ‘Jungalow by Justina Blakeney’ Inside of Out Performance Fabrics from Fabricut
Rugs: Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs Pisolino Selection from Jungalow
Fringe umbrellas and yellow towels from Business Satisfaction Co.
Purple towels from Anthropologie 
Waterline tile: 4X4 Sant Gervasi tile from Latin Accents, modest 2X2 Sant Gervasi accent tile, 6×6 celadon porcelain industry tile- Procured from Mission Tile WestCement Tile on “stage” area, Sage hex Cement tile from Zia Tile

Image by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Our bed room in our old property was really dazzling in white and gold, so we resolved to go moodier with this just one, and painted the complete thing in a teal limewash. I Like how this area came out–feels pretty magical.


Paint: Sydney Harbor Limewash in Blue Reef
Chair: Moses Pencil Rattan swivel chair, Justina Blakeney for Selamat (no more time in generation)
Chair Cushions: Tailor made cushions created with Justina Blakeney Rainforest Jacquard fabric by Valdese Weavers
Pillow on Chair: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs
The painting is by my late fantastic Uncle, Bert Paul Kun (it’s a portrait of my Excellent Aunt Sylvia, his wife)
Curtains:  City Outfitters
Curtain rods: Parachute Home
Little, glass top rated side table by Adrian Pearsall c. 1970’s, obtained at Rose Bowl Flea Sector
Classic Mexican Tree of Lifestyle Candelabra from the Pasadena Antique Centre and Annex

Photograph by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

This is my house office–I have two desks in this room, a person for art, and one particular for computer system get the job done and it’s an invigorating and inspiring position to get all my inventive juices flowing.


Paint: Calke Eco-friendly, Farrow&Ball
Hutch: Classic from Jayson Residence
Window Shades:
Chair: Classic chair Upholstered in Tigris jacquard material by Justina Blakeney X Valdese Weavers
Classic red Suzani blanket obtained in Istanbul Grand Bazaar
Rattan Ground Lamp – Opalhouse™ built with Jungalow™ – Focus on
Rug: Malik Rug, Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs

Image by Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

In our residing space, we included the ground-to-ceiling cabinets to make room for my beloved tchotchkes. This is the heart of the home! We remaining some spindles too as a not to the primary architecture. The couch from Clad Home is unbelievably cozy and excellent.
Off to make some new music!


Paint Colors:

Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive collection)
Farrow & Ball Breakfast Place Environmentally friendly (in shelves)
Farrow & Ball Pink Floor (ceiling and higher partitions)

Paloma Sofa in Maestro Loden Fabric by Clad Home
Chairs: c. 1980’s swivel chairs in initial fabric, procured from @ModernHaus
C. 1970’s Tulip espresso desk in organic pink marble (classic)
Tassel pillow: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs:
Lorenzo Chandeliers, Soho Household
Pencil Rattan Console table c. 1970’s obtained on
Yellow Spherical Throw Pillow – Opalhouse™ created with Jungalow™- Concentrate on

Gotta thank my outstanding contractors @newgenerationimprovements for generating our house a property with really like, velocity and fantastic vibes. 🙏🏽🙌🏽 Many thanks to my bestie boo @beautybysole for makeup, @tammyyi for hair, @bettina_bati for wardrobe styling. Many thanks to the complete team at Ad and in particular @AmyAstley @alevasseur1 and @michaelsshome and to the outstanding Workforce at @Thejungalow for alllll the get the job done helping with styling, coordination and allll the factors 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 @kbing @alecisamazing @pipermenell @jazvondee @kimelle @sararezrose @kellyreneg @mrs.tfd @koloredkrowns as perfectly as @hightidebrands and @laruepr 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽