Dreaming of Joshua Tree

First published September 14, 2016

Joshua Tree is one of my favorite places to visit. Its 2 hours east from the urban congestion of LA, maybe 30 minutes north of the glamour and bustle of Palm Springs, and once you get there it feels like a million miles away from earth. A moonscape. The National Park itself is a natural wonder, but the general atmosphere of the tiny town is a little magical. Earthy, artistic, relaxed, and inspired.

The Joshua Tree House

Casita Joshua Tree

Cabin Cabin Cabin Joshua Tree

Dome in the Desert

I have been eyeing a few AirBNB getaways that capture the spirit of the locale: spartan, sun faded kilims, Western long horns, vintage 70's brass and macrame, found natural objects, nomad meets mystic, midentury meets rustic. They all seem wonderful and they are usually booked when I want to stay there. Lodging in Joshua Tree in general is pretty affordable like the Pioneertown Motel or Spin and Margie's Desert Hideaway


Saguaro Hideaway

Desert Hideaway

North Joshua Tree Cabin

If you don't see yourself getting out to Joshua Tree any time in the near future, the Veneer shop carries stunning larger scale fine print photography prints by Amy Bartlam that will make your heart skip a beat and take you there. Inquire to purchase.




Natalie Myers

Veneer Designs

5535 Bedford Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90056

310.995.8108

natalie@veneerdesigns.com

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