The Jungalow’s Latest Collaboration Is a Boho Lover’s Dream
These are the pieces you’ll want to nab from Justina Blakeney’s massive collection with Selamat.
Published Mar 14, 2017 5:00 AM
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Justina Blakeney, lady boheme and creator of The Jungalow (a veritable greenery lifestyle kingdom and shop) pairs bold colors, plants, and prints like a boss. But of course, you already know this. Recently, this design maximalist and Pinterest cult fave teamed up with Selamat, a do-good environmentally-conscious furniture company, to create 37 pieces that focus on design longevity (think neutrals and forms for every mood and style). And they’re all available on Lulu and Georgia. Read on for our must-haves and some intel from Justina, herself.
Lucia Mod Side Table
Status: currently on backorder. We get it. Clean lines, rattan, and easy-on-the-eyes natural colors. It will add some French bistro flair to your boudoir. We also dig that slight structural nod to art deco via the detail on the legs.
Emuna Wall Mirror
A little playful, a little kooky, a whole lot of fun. Perfect for an entryway. We want it at our imaginary beach house, too. This one has some indoor/outdoor flexibility, so pop it up on your back patio. All the good vibes.
Yala Wall Mirror
This one with its soft, pretty sunflower-y happiness thing. It begs for some tall plants to greet it and a cocktail tray underneath it. A staple, for sure. Easy addition for any home, casa, or chateau.
Jani Counter Stool
Oh! Those plantlike lines. Of course The Jungalow genius can turn metal into magic. Sweet and simple and high quality.
Cohanga Hanging Chair
Every disciple of boho design needs a hanging chair. Feel good about this one, knowing that Selamat uses vast quantities of wood off-cuts left over from large pieces of furniture in Indonesia. Hang ten (or twenty) minutes here for good health and happiness.
Quirky and functional, the Bette stool is lovingly named after Blakeney’s grandmother. It adds an unexpected twist to any side table or coffee table, and it would be tons of fun in a funky kiddo playroom.
Lala Coffee Table
This epitomizes The Jungalow’s appeal in glowy, sunset-drenched, yellow woven cotton. Part surf lodge, part drum circle—with endless options for usage. Gorgeous sheesham wood and a cool, unique shape.
The Zahra Peacock Chair
With its complex and interesting hexagonal design, this chair will make any space more interesting. The woven pattern with a little joie de vivre and regal undertones complete the look.
Like a gorgeous detailed doily or a handmade wedding dress. So elegant, so romantic. It’s whimsical and strange and just plain rad. Small but mighty, for sure.
Fela Tassel Chandelier
This one feels like the grand finale. The neutral tones and all that texture—it’s like a flamenco dancer who lights up the room. It’s chic and luxe and the one that leaves us breathless. A true showstopper.