The JungalowShabby-chic Style Entry, Los Angeles

The Jungalow is all about creative reuse, personalization, vivid colors, bold patterns and lots and lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Will This Be the New ‘It’ Plant?Mar 7, 2017

4. Create a quirky plant display. Repurpose a flea market find into a creative plant display by sinking potted staghorn ferns into open drawers, allowing them to spill over the edges. Mix with other plants that thrive in a similar light exposure, such as delicate mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis spp.) and trailing Swiss cheese plant (Monstera obliqua) for a wild indoor jungle look.

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Jess McBride added this to Yes, You Can Grow a Plant In ThatJul 10, 2016

From the LibraryLike an old library card catalog, this repurpose job by the queen of the “Jungalow,” Justina Blakeney, brought in an element of surprise in the form of plants tucked into drawers. A textbook study in lively bohemian “Jungalow” style, it’s also an exhortation to see the design possibilities in even the most obscure thrift shop finds.

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Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Grow a Cheery Indoor GardenMar 19, 2014

Plant a piece of furniture. Ready to get really creative? Pull out a drawer or three from an old cabinet or dresser, line the interiors with waterproof plastic, fill them with soil and pop in a few plants. This can be a wonderful way to give new life to an old piece that is too rundown to use for its intended purpose.

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Cathy Lara added this to Global Icons: The Apothecary ChestMay 3, 2012

Tastemaker Justina Blakeney brought the outdoors inside with this pine apothecary chest. Found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles, the chest was repurposed in her "jungalow as a planter. It draws the eyes up to papier-mâché animal heads and is purposely placed by the window, exposing the plants to natural light. Tip: Don't be afraid to use apothecary chests creatively. Pull out drawers strategically to form a geometric, three-dimensional display.

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The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to Air Plants Go Easy on Indoor GardenersMar 5, 2012

Blogger Justina Blakeney displays her air plants in a surprising way: in a pine apothecary chest found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles.More:Air Plants for Wall or TreeThe Indoor Gardener: Crazy for Cacti

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zawa zawa added this to zawazawaJan 6, 2018

ブロガーのジャスティーナ・ブレイクニーさんのエアプランツの飾り方もとてもユニーク。ロサンゼルスのリサイクルショップで見つけたパイン製の薬箪笥に飾ってしまいました。教えてHouzzエアプランツを育てている方は、写真をぜひコメント欄で見せてください! 育てていない方は、これからエアプランツを育ててみたいと思いますか?

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pearlcodell added this to pearlcodell's IdeasAug 19, 2017

Fabulous idea for multi drawers

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