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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 d├ęcor 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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