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Justina Blakeney’s nature-inspired home decor shop grew from a small design blog

Madison Alcedo
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If you’ve ever scrolled Instagram for interior design inspiration, you’ve likely come upon The Jungalow, especially if you’re a fan of lots of greenery. Filled with shots of rooms covered with gorgeous wallpaper, colorful throw pillows and patterns that will make you want to book a tropical escape immediately, The Jungalow account is more than just pretty images to screenshot for later.

Designer Justina Blakeney is the creative behind The Jungalow concept, lifestyle and online store, launched in 2017 after her design blog that first launched in 2009, grew a large following.

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

According to its website, The Jungalow prides itself on being “a place that will inspire you to tap into your own creativity, connect with nature at home and help you to bring good vibes home.” And as you’re browsing The Jungalow’s planters, rugs, furniture, artwork, bedding and more, you’ll feel those good vibes and that creative spark almost immediately — everything is swoon-worthy.

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Not only does The Jungalow believe that plants have healing power, color can bring joy and good design increases the quality of life,” but the store is also in the business of giving back. To help foster the human-to-nature connection, The Jungalow plants at least two trees with every order. To date, the company has planted more than 52,000 trees and counting.

So the next time you have an itch to redesign or at least spruce up a few accessories in your home, you’re going to want to browse The Jungalow’s that will help you embrace your inner wild spirit. Below, we rounded up some of our favorite picks to help get you started.

Shop: Oona Kaya Face Pot by Justina Blakeney, $79

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Love Me Some Me Art Print by Justina Blakeney, $40+

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Natural Hamsa Quilt Set by Jungalow, $110+

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Peace Vase by Justina Blakeney, $68

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Soleil Shower Curtain by Justina Blakeney, $41

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Set of Rainbow Storage Baskets, $199

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Nana Wallpaper in Pink by Justina Blakeney, $175 for one roll

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Pink Looped Wool Rug, $33

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

Shop: Kaya Pot by Justina Blakeney, $59

The Jungalow
The Jungalow

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