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Inside Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s eclectic jungle-inspired LA home

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Bamboo bunkbeds, ornate toilets, a tropical-themed bar and a whole lot of banana leaf wallpaper, take a look inside the bold, jungle-themed LA home of Cara and Poppy Delevingne

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Custom-made bamboo bunk beds, a “movie room” complete with dancing pole, a tiny, patterned toilet and a vintage Playboy pinball machine. You’ll find all these eclectic items inside Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s jungle-themed home.

The sisters recently opened their doors to Architectural Digest and what fans saw was anything but boring.

Their “gracious but unpretentious” 1950s home has been undergoing renovations for a year and a half, and the end result is what Cara and Poppy describe as a “jungle-themed mad world”.

 

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The home features two master suites, each on a different floor with their own entrance. Poppy’s suite is light, bright and calming, with light-blue de Gournay wallpaper, gold accents and white walls.

“I wanted to create a calming atmosphere, with pale pinks and blues,” she told Architectural Digest.

Cara’s room is, what can only be described as, the opposite of this. “The room feels like the Playboy Mansion with a touch of Art Deco… I wanted to reclaim the concept of the bachelor pad and make it my own,” she told the publication.

 

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Other highlights in their shared home include a custom bar with beer tap, an emerald green dining room with rattan monkey chandelier, a soundproof party bunker with daning pole and velvet couches, and some form of banana leaf print in every room.

 

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