Domaine Home

Los Angeles
October 15, 2014

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“Although any blogger will tell you their life isn’t as glamorous as it appears, it seems that actually may be the case for Jenny Bernheim. After working in the fashion PR industry, assisting designers in the branding process, Bernheim (and her French bulldog Margo) launched their blog Margo & Me. “Now more than ever, I get to work with designers on a really personal level, which is the most rewarding part to me,” she says. With a successful blog underway, Bernheim began planning a big move from Los Angeles to New York City. However, a few months before her one-way flight she met Fred Cipoletti, a film producer. The move was soon canceled. “Meeting the man of your dreams will make you do funny things,” says Bernheim. “Everything in life happens for a reason. We were meant to be each other’s happily-ever-after.”

The fairytale continues in Paris, when Freddie (as she calls him) surprised her with not only a picnic in Le Palais Royal Jardin, but also a proposal. The entire event was captured by Bernheim’s favorite wedding photographer, Katie Michell, who was secretly hiding out in the gardens.

The couple, who just celebrated their engagement at the Sunset Tower Hotel, moved into their Art Deco apartment in a historic West Hollywood building in July of 2013. The guest bedroom has been transformed into an office and fashion closet and apartment is filled with flea-market finds, including the round entry table filled with collected treasures.”

Photos by Bethany Nauert

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:: Kelly Wearstler Pillow :: Jonathan Adler Large Horns Sculpture :: Jonathan Adler Throw Blanket :: Design Within Reach Chairs :: The Aestate Palm Print :: Target Stools :: Target Table Lamps :: Nate Berkus Lamp :: Gold Garden Stool ::


Hi I love your home especially the large Banana Leaf artwork in your dining room. Where did you get it from? i can’t seem to find that large a size and what size is it if you don’t mind letting me know? Thanks!

Could you please share what color paint you used on your walls? I love it!

Your home is amazing!! I live in military housing so trying to design this house into our home has been really difficult!! You have provided a lot of inspiration… Just beautiful. And your dog is A-dorable!

Wow, what a nice home you have! Looove all of it 🙂 http://cosmicconfession.blogspot.de/

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Those hourglasses and lamp fit quite nicely 😉

Love seeing your home and I agree with all the other comments – it’s gorgeous and basically my dream home.

Thanks for sharing. Your blog is quickly becoming my favorite 🙂

Beautiful home! You guys are too cute<3


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