Eichler epitomized the California modern aesthetic. These are the house's original light fixtures, floors and ceilings. Most of Jones' furniture was either found on the street or purchased cheaply at flea markets.
The large, open living room is kept uncluttered and airy (long, custom shelves along one wall are for her well-curated collections). The lines are mostly midcentury, and the colors are all neutral.
An acrylic side table reflects the many glass walls in the house and plays with the airy feeling. As do the air plants.
There are small plant vignettes everywhere. Most of them are in white planters, and they add a touch of vibrant life.
The eat-in kitchen is furnished with a set of brown acrylic chairs from the '70s. This is so swinging.
In the tiny den area off the kitchen, books are stacked by color. Jones calls it her "bookshelf made of books."
The Frem Røjle Danish modern dining set was bought for "supercheap," says Jones, in Portland, Oregon. Its bones are pure midcentury modern.
A vintage nassa shell lampshade from the Philippines. Similar ones can be found on eBay or in beachside trinket shops.
The master bedroom is small (as was the style back then) and furnished in Jones' trademark simple vintage style (with plants, always with plants). The dresser is a flea market find, and she found the round mirror in an alley in San Francisco. Yes, she's lucky, but it's because she keeps her eyes peeled.
The original Eichler sliding glass doors offer an expansive view of the backyard and the San Francisco Bay beyond it. An Ikea sheepskin covers a found vintage chair.