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Step Inside Our Very Own L.A. Editor's Eclectic Apartment

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    Wait! Before you jump right into the glorious snaps of our L.A. editor's swanky mid-city home, here's a bit of background: The Omaha, Nebraska native hightailed it to SoCal over ten years ago, not knowing a single soul (USC was the number two journalism school in the U.S., at that time). Since then, Brenna Egan has been a busy bee, working with some of the biggest names in the biz, all while looking nothing short of fabulous in sky-high heels and wild frocks.

    Fast-forward to 2012: While her wardrobe is pretty telling of her personality ("off-the-wall, bonkers, eccentric"), her abode is a bit, well, eclectic. Stunning chandeliers (which she hopes to hang in her granddaughter's home someday) and a custom-made Louis Vuitton daybed sit alongside flea-bought tchotchkes and overcrowded inspiration boards. But, with a new rock on her finger (Mazel tov!) the single gal is ready to say buh-bye to her bachelorette pad, and hello to a new spot for her, her soon-to-be hubby, and their rescue pup Mick Jagger.

    Before she relocates (Venice folks, keep your eyes peeled!), Apartment Therapy snapped some pics for all of those in need of major décor inspiration. Unless, of course, you consider yourself a minimalist, then prepare for something a tad unsettling.

    And, don't forget to visit Apartment Therapy to see the entire spread, including Egan's collection of miniature owls!

    Photo: Marcia Prentice/Apartment Therapy

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