Jungalow by the Mountain, Home Tour

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Jungalow by the Mountain, Home Tour
Jungalow by the Mountain, Home Tour


This put up is incorporates gifted gadgets from Reform Cupboards, GE Cafe, Kohler, Velux Skylights and Zia Tile. Thanks for supporting our companions. 

Welcome to #JungalowByTheMountain! I’m excited to ask you into our house immediately and take you a bit behind the scenes and share inspiration and assets into our new house.

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The Entryway

First up — the entryway to our house. (Above and beneath).  I wished our entryway to really feel heat, inviting and blissful, so we painted it a mellow yellow (Farrow & Ball, Citron). I  wish to have welcoming symbols at our entryway so that you’ll discover fingers waving hi there and goodbye, angels, hearts, and lovebirds all gathering right here.

The classic console desk (c. 1980’s) was one of many first items I bought for the home. I discovered it on Chairish.com and I used to be drawn to its traces and chunk — additionally, the colour was completely pink and ended up informing the colours of the entire room.

The arched area of interest got here with the house (humorous as a result of in our final house, we created a number of arched niches that look identical to this one). We had been impressed by our journey to Jaipur, India to color the area of interest yellow and so as to add the yellow stripe across the room.

Paint Colours:
Backside half: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink
Higher half: Farrow & Ball Pink Floor
Yellow Stripe and in area of interest: Farrow & Ball Citron

I had been amassing the little brass Moroccan mirrors for years and on a whim, determined to construct a gallery with them across the area of interest. Placing them up was enjoyable — I attempted to create a non-symmetrical/ symmetrical state of affairs. How did I do? 😛 Yow will discover these mirrors on Etsy must you need to replicate the look.

Extra Sources:

  1. Brass solar face sculpture by PAUL BELLARDO c. 1960’s, bought at Rose Bowl Flea market.
  2. Early twentieth century Ethiopian Jimma stool bought at a flea market many moons in the past 🙂

The Residing Room

Our lounge is basically the guts of our house. One in all my intentions for this house was to entertain lots, so I actually wished an area the place individuals might collect, play video games, dance, sing, and curl up by the fireside–however this room additionally wanted to operate properly for me and my little household too — I wished it to be cozy for film nights, charades or studying an excellent e book.  We added the bookcases that flank the fireside, in addition to the sunshine fixtures and the paint, however the remainder of the room stayed just about as we discovered it. The couch (which is likely one of the most stunning and most comfortable sofas I’ve ever had, is the Paloma Couch in Maestro Loden Material by my buddies at Clad House.

Paint Colours:
Darker Pink: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink
Lighter Pink: Farrow & Ball Pink Floor
Yellow Stripe: Farrow & Ball Citron
Inexperienced In cabinets: Farrow & Ball Breakfast Room Inexperienced

 

Extra Sources:

  1. Chairs: c. 1980’s swivel chairs in authentic cloth, bought from @ModernHaus on IG 
  2. Pony Tail Palm (entrance) sourced by Folia Collective in Highland Park
  3. C. 1970’s Tulip espresso desk in pure crimson marble bought on 1st Dibs 
  4. Tassel pillow: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs / Jungalow.com
  5. Lorenzo Chandeliers, Soho House
  6. Pencil Rattan Console desk c. 1970’s bought on Chairish.com
  7. Inexperienced Star Pouf and pillow {custom} made out of Justina Blakeney Estrella Jacquard cloth from Valdese Weavers
  8. Yellow Spherical Throw Pillow – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™- Goal

 

The Lanai

Off the lounge is likely one of the most magical areas in the home, the lanai — which I actually wished to make really feel like an indoor backyard someplace within the Mediterranean. The factor that I’m most happy with on this house is the ground tile sample. The tile is one which I’ve beloved for years and years, a conventional Moroccan sample that I acquired from Badia Design, an incredible Moroccan import retailer in North Hollywood. We took a leap of religion and had the tile put in in a non-traditional, random sample, and it makes me blissful each single time I go over it. So, so wild. 

Paint Shade:
Farrow & Ball Terre D’Egypte

Extra Sources

  1. Upholstered Furnishings: Mid-Century Fashionable Italian Fringed Velvet Armchairs Designed by Luigi Saita, Forties. Bought on 1st Dibs
  2. Desk: Moroccan Tray desk bought on the sale following the closing of the historic Resort Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles
  3. Couch: Moses Pencil Rattan Couch, Justina Blakeney for Selamat (not in manufacturing) Couch Cushions: Customized cushions made with Justina Blakeney Rainforest Jacquard cloth by Valdese Weavers 
  4. Yellow Cushions on couch: Paradise Leaf Embroidered Velvet Lumbar Throw Pillow – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™- Goal
  5. Wall Corbels (?) (undecided if that’s what they’re) had been additionally a classic Rosebowl Flea market discover. 

The Kitchen

And into our kitchen!! After residing for nearly a whole yr with a makeshift kitchen arrange within the lanai — doing dishes in an outside sink and “cooking” with countertop home equipment– I don’t take this kitchen with no consideration! I’m obsessed! And I’m having fun with cooking like by no means earlier than.

The focus of our kitchen must be this space with the GE Cafe induction vary. We acquired the induction vary as a result of finally, we hope to have the entire house working on photo voltaic with out the necessity for gasoline. (Additionally–facet word — there may be an ordinance banning gasoline stoves from all new residential and industrial constructions to assist scale back dangerous greenhouse gases by 2023 in California, so we figured we would as properly get used to cooking on an induction stovetop.) And I’ve to say, up to now I LOVE it. Water boils so shortly on this range, I can steam veggies or boil water for pasta in only a few minutes! Additionally, the stovetop itself doesn’t warmth up after we’re cooking–and since Ida is simply beginning to present curiosity in cooking, it makes me really feel extra relaxed letting her cook dinner scrambled eggs and issues figuring out the stovetop gained’t burn her li’l fingers.

The double oven is a vibe. Final week I roasted brussel sprouts and asparagus up high whereas making salmon down beneath. Into it. I selected the white end for the vary in order that it will recall the white {custom} vary hood above it (extra particulars on that beneath) and we went with the Brushed Bronze end on the {hardware} and we have now an entire eclectic, mixed-metal factor occurring within the kitchen that I like. 

I designed the {custom} vary hood and had it constructed by our superior contractors, New Era House Enhancements. It’s made from cement and we used the GE vary hood insert for the performance. The tile on the backsplash is Terra Rosa hex Zellige from Zia Tile . I like the colour variation within the Moroccan tile a lot. We tried to maintain grout traces minimal and used a darker grout that we wished to mix in to the tiles so the eye would stick with the tile, not the grout.

We additionally put in a Kohler pot-filler from the Artifacts assortment. That is the primary time I’ve ever had a pot filler. Whereas at first I actually simply wished it for the appears to be like, I’ve been stunned with how a lot I’ve used it — particularly since our sink is kinda from removed from the range.  

The kitchen cupboards are from Reform CPH, from their Foundation assortment. Reform CPH is a Danish firm that started off doing fronts for Ikea cupboards. However now, they create absolutely modular kitchens, and my goodness are they stunning. We’re fortunate that Reform CPH has a showroom right here in Los Angeles, so we acquired an opportunity to go take a look at all of the types and supplies earlier than touchdown on the Foundation assortment. I like the pure wooden — it provides a heat earthiness to the kitchen, however the clear traces are a pleasant juxtaposition to the weather within the kitchen which are extra handmade and a bit wonkier, just like the vary hood and the tile. Additionally there are a number of actually nice little design components with hidden performance, like pull-out organizers, cutlery trays and waste sorting options constructed into the cabinetry.

We used a Crema Marfil Marble for the counters. And whereas I like, love, love the colour and the look, everybody warned me ready marble counter tops and I didn’t pay attention. It does stain VERY simply and there are sure individuals in my family who will not be thrilled about that. SO I believe if I might return in time, that’s one factor I might do in another way. As a lot as I like the cream coloration, I believe I’d return to Silestone. 

Sources:

  1. Backsplash Tile, Terra Rosa hex Zellige from Zia Tile
  2. Kitchen Cupboards: Reform CPH, Foundation assortment
  3. Rug: Classic Turkish Kilim runner c. 1980’s
  4. Vary Hood: Customized cement vary hood designed by me, constructed by New Era House Enhancements
  5. Pot Filler: Kohler, Artifacts assortment
  6. Pot: Good Pot by Our Place 
  7. Countertop: Crema Marfil Marble 
  8. GE Cafe induction vary

I knew I wished this room to harness a ton of pure mild, so we had two Velux Skylights put in a WOW!! Did they make a distinction!! I like that I can lookup via them and see the Italian Cypress tree that’s in our entrance yard. They open up the house immensely and add contemporary air to this house too. Additionally, these skylights are good and shut robotically if it begins to rain — I imply…fairly superb expertise. They skylights additionally make it simple to maintain a lot of blissful crops in right here – which y’all know is essential to me!
The ground tile is cement hex tile in sage from Zia Tile.

Extra Sources:

  1. Cupboards, Reform CPH Foundation Assortment
  2. GE Cafe Dishwasher in white with Brushed Bronze {hardware} 
  3. Wall Tile: Glazed Earth Zellige by Zia Tile
  4. KOHLER Artifacts Sink Faucet
  5. Almada Pendant lamp, Jungalow / Jungalow.com
  6. Rug, Classic Moroccan Rug bought on Etsy.com (comparable)

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On this facet of the kitchen, we have now our built-in microwave/convection oven (love that it has each capabilities!), our GE Cafe fridge and many house for meals storage within the Reform CPH cupboards.

Over right here we created a bit of espresso/tea bar that I actually love. We used the identical backsplash tile within the little alcove to tie it again to the wall behind the vary. It has been my dream to have a devoted spot for espresso and tea since I lived in Switzerland after I was a youngster, so this space brings me a number of pleasure. I additionally actually love our countertop espresso maker from GE Cafe. It’s so quick and straightforward and the espresso comes out good each time. We used further wooden from the Reform CPH cupboards on this facet to create the open shelving. The cupboards are completely modular and the Reform CPH group was nice at serving to us to create the right configuration for our wants and desires. I like the mix of open and hidden storage that we have now right here.

 

Eating Room

And that brings us to our eating room. On this room, we had been capable of restore the unique hardwood flooring, and added that inbuilt bookshelf. I believe my favourite finds for this room are the “rooster chairs” which had been a classic rating from Chairish.com. I additionally had enjoyable getting all DIY and stitching the window remedies utilizing my Huntington Linen Print cloth by Valdese Weavers. The gorgeous Track of India within the nook was sourced from my buddies at Folia Collective

Extra Sources:

  1. Paint Shade: Farrow & Ball Ointment Pink (Archive assortment)
  2. c.1980’s Italian travertine eating desk. Bought on Chairish.com
  3. C. 1970’s Rattan and chrome eating chairs upholstered in “rooster” cloth – bought on Chairish.com
  4. Senufo picket Stool – bought from Rose Bowl Flea market 
  5. Window Coverings: DIY’d from Justina Blakeney Huntington Linen Print cloth by Valdese Weavers / Fabricut
  6. Glass Pendant c. 1960’s, classic bought at Dekor Residing Los Angeles
  7. Brass flooring lamp c. 1970’s, classic bought at Uncharted Antiques, Pasadena
  8. Rug: Malik Geometric Space Rug in Dove by Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs

Powder Room

We added a powder room the place there wasn’t one beforehand. In our final house, to get to a restroom you needed to go via a bed room. The unique configuration of this house had the identical factor occurring, so I actually wished so as to add a powder room for visitors to make use of with out going via our bed room.  I discovered this classic dry sink earlier than we even had the floorplans finished for the rework, so in the event you’re questioning the way it matches so exactly in right here, we actually constructed the room to suit the dry sink! Ha! Our contractors minimize a gap within the marble for the sink, and we put in the gorgeous Spun Glass Vessel Rest room Sink by Kohler in Translucent Dew and paired it with the Artifacts Faucet, additionally from Kohler. We then put in our Phoenix wallpaper in Jungle so as to add a little bit of luxe jungalicioussness to this house. The wallpaper is an entire vibe all by itself so I made a decision to maintain the extra equipment graphic and monochromatic. I went with an inlay mirror I discovered on Etsy.

The solar wall sconce was one other classic discover. The striped cup/vase is a part of our Kaya assortment at Jungalow.

Major Bed room

And that takes us into our bed room…

This can be my favourite room in the home (OK I like all of the rooms…). However actually even earlier than we painted or did something in any respect this room was actually particular. I like the mild slope within the ceiling, and the verdant views from the home windows — and the fireside (!!!)
The rug is from my Jamila Assortment with Loloi Rugs, the inexperienced quilt is our Sol quilt in sage from Jungalow.

We painted this room in a teal limewash from Sydney Harbor Paint Co. Our painter put the paint on the partitions with a giant brush, as a substitute of a curler to get all of this water-like texture. At first, I used to be on the fence about portray the ceiling or leaving it white. In the end I’m pleased with the choice to color the entire room as a result of it simply kind of envelops you and actually creates an entire feeling that’s so bizarre and funky and particular.  I actually, actually love waking up in right here.

The headboard and nightstands are classic. The pillow is Justina X Loloi. The palm tree lamps are from HK Residing.

Major Rest room

And that brings us to our main toilet. Ooof I like this house a lot. I believe we tried out about 100 configurations for this room earlier than touchdown on this structure. I used to be making an attempt to suit lots in!  We mixed two small loos to create this massive toilet and the powder room. We additionally removed the drop ceiling on this space of the home, and although it took ceaselessly to get the permits, it was properly price it. It makes the sapce really feel twice as massive.

On this house, I actually wished a double bathtub, a stand-alone bathe, and a non-public stall for the bathroom. The factor that I had to surrender was the double self-importance — as a result of every thing was merely not becoming. I’m pleased with our selections although. This house is actually my at-home spa and being in right here is enjoyable, stress-free and invigorating.

Sources:

  1. Ground Tile: Zia Tile, Cement tile in Aubergine 
  2. Wall Tile: Zia Tile, Zellige tile in Tidepool
  3. Wallpaper: Cosmic Desert Wallpaper, Justina Blakeney/ Jungalow.com
  4. Star Lamp: Classic Mexican Star lamp with marbles, discovered on eBay.com
  5. Wall Lamp: Badia Design
  6. Rug / Bought in Morocco
  7. Double Bathtub by Kohler

 

From this vantage level, you’ll be able to see our little rest room stall. I actually do love having a bit of further layer of privateness in listed below are the classic Indian saloon doorways are simply so stunning.

  1. Doorways: Andrianna Shamaris Teak Wooden Doorways with Shell Inlay
  2. Window: Pasadena Architectural Salvage
  3. Skylight: Velux Skylight

We had our self-importance custom-made from cement, just like the vary hood within the kitchen. I like the plaster look. It jogs my memory of my time in Mexico and Morocco and feels so good to the contact. We made it this oddball form in order that there can be sufficient room to go via right here as a result of it’s fairly near the double tub. The mirror and wall lamps are from Badia Design, and the sink and faucet are from Kohler.

Sure, there’s a skylight within the bathe. In our earlier house we had an outside bathe and we love the texture, so we thought that including a Velux skylight within the bathe would give us an identical feeling and it labored. I like trying up on the sky after I’m showering — and it additionally helps with air flow.

The brass end on the Kohler bathe fixtures look so, so fairly with the shimmering gold within the Cosmic Desert wallpaper, and I actually love the way it feels luxe however kinda earthy on the similar time.

Extra Sources:

  1. Awaken Rainhead Bathe from Kohler in Vibrant Brushed Moderne Brass
  2. Awaken Handheld from Kohler
  3. Bathe tile: Zia Tile, Zellige tile in Glazed Earth
  4. Ground Tile: Zia Tile, Cement tile in Aubergine
  5. Wall Tile: Zia Tile, Zellige tile in Tidepool

Extra Sources:

  1. Purist Faucet, Kohler
  2. Bathtub Tub: Kohler Tercet Assortment Nook Soaking Bathtub Tub 
  3. Candle, Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™- Goal

Closet

After which a bit of peek into my walk-in-closet. That is actually a cheerful spot for me!

Sources:

  1. Closet: California Closets
  2. Palm Tree Mirror: Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow
  3. Channeled Swivel Pouf, c. Eighties, Chairish.com
  4. Pendant: Gubi Tynell 1965 Pendant by Paavo Tynell
  5. Wallpaper in Closet, Cha Cha Wallpaper / Jungalow.com
  6. Rugs: Classic Turkish and Moroccan rugs bought whereas touring

Yard

And lastly for immediately’s house tour — we have now our yard. That is actually my lifelong dream!! I’m on this pool on a regular basis, rain or shine (however moslty shine!) and my favourite factor is gathering with buddies and fmaily out right here to hang around, take dips, catch up and chill out. This raised space we tiled in the identical Sage Hex from Zia Tile that we utilized in our kitchen. I like tying collectively components from the outside and indoors to additional create cohesion and proceed to blur the traces between outside and indoors.

Extra Sources:

  1. Lounge chairs by Safavieh bought from House Depot
    Lounge Cushions by Sunbrella Indoor/ Outside Chaise Lounge Cushions in yellow bought from Overstock.com
  2. Fringe umbrellas and yellow towels from Enterprise Pleasure Co.  
  3. Pillows, Solar and Striped pillows by Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow from Goal.
  4. Feather and chicken pillows, {custom} made out of ‘Jungalow by Justina Blakeney’ Inside Out Efficiency Materials from Fabricut
  5. Rugs: Justina Blakeney X Loloi Rugs Pisolino Assortment

Extra Sources:

  1. Tented Daybed is from De-cor Pasadena.
  2. Pillows are from Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow at Goal.
  3. Yellow pillow heart again {custom} made out of ‘Jungalow by Justina Blakeney’ Inside Out Efficiency Materials from Fabricut
  4. Blanket is a classic Kantha quilt 
  5. Stool is from Anthropologie from a couple of years again
  6. Lanterns are Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow at Goal
  7. Waterline tile: 4X4 Sant Gervasi tile from Latin Accents, small 2X2 Sant Gervasi accent tile, 6×6 celadon porcelain discipline tile- Bought from Mission Tile West in Pasadena

And that is the place I’ll go away you (otherwise you’ll go away me!) for now — but additionally do take a look at the Open Door video tour of the house over on Arch Digest in the event you missed it! And massive enormous main shout-outs go to my husband and associate in all issues, Jason, who labored with me on this each single step of the best way (and Ida who helped lots too but additionally tolerated residing in a development zone for 8 months!!) Additionally enormous because of our contractors, New Era House Enhancements who did such a wonderful job on this on a really, very tight timeline. Additionally because of all of our companions and to group Jungalow for assist with the styling and the photographs!

Thanks for stopping by!
~JB

 

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