(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Jackie talks about her Highland Park bungalow. The whole thing is divinely kitchy; I especially love the dining room. My favorite part of the article is her description of growing up in Scottsdale, AZ.
Beat grew up as Kent Fuher, living in a 1960s split-level house in Scottsdale, Ariz. His nautical-themed bedroom was red, white and blue.As a campy bonus, there's also an Amy Sedaris Q&A. Enjoy.
"I did not decorate it that way," Beat says. "My sister's room was the room to be jealous of. It had white, fun, fur carpeting, gorgeous, and foil and green fern wallpaper, and lots of white macramé and wicker. I used to sneak in there and read her copy of 'Helter Skelter.'"