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"I'm never biased," she explains. "I don't care whether something is $5 or $5,000—if it's unique and it speaks to me, that's what counts." Her home reflects this democratic attitude: In the living room, Jonathan Adler stools sit on a $98 rug from Lowe's. In the master bedroom, the plush bed is draped with a blanket from JCPenney that Jenn had monogrammed. She splurged on a large painting of an orchid by a street artist named O—which now holds pride of place in the living room—but saved on art elsewhere in her home by framing pages sliced out of botany books.

A monogram, like this one on a blanket from JCPenney, "can make anything look expensive," she says.

Rather than let an awkwardly placed window cramp the layout of her master bedroom, Jenn hung a scrim that creates the appearance of a solid wall.

The bench at the foot of her bed is a reupholstered flea market score. She found the pillows at Target and Restoration Hardware.
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