Home Tours: Jenna’s Kitchen

I feel like the luckiest to have our OG Small Fry, Jenna Rammell of @jennaskitchen back today to share part of her beautiful home today! You’ll have to beg her for more, but I can’t wait to show you a glimpse! Don’t be confused, it is not her kitchen as the title says, but master bathroom! They did such an amazing job as you will see. If YOU have a space you’re proud of and want to share, e-mail me! I’m excited to present this series and to have my best boo Jenna here to kick us off!

HI Small Fries!!
It’s been a minute since I’ve been here and I’m SO honored that Emily invited me back to share with you our newly finished Master Bathroom! Since I’m not an interior designer I’m totally nervous to share this with y’all and I know that interiors are such a work in progress, so here are the beginnings of this space we love SO MUCH!Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
 We spend a lot of time here so I wanted it to feel spacious and breezy! One of the first things I chose was our shower door. I knew I wanted something modern and euro where the glass meets the floor and feels seamless – I think this opens up the space so much!Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
 I chose our shower door from Coastal Shower Doors. They are serious industry leaders in modern and gorgeous shower doors,  just check out their website to see what I mean. We chose the Value Line Illusion Door and have been super happy with it so far and haven’t had too hard of a time cleaning it which I know was an initial worry for me! I’m also OBSESSED with their Gridscape line as well and debate with that.
Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
All our plumbing fixtures are the Champagne Bronze finish from Delta Faucets. They are SO GORGEOUS. I wanted to be sure not to have too brassy of a look but still achieve that gold look and this finish achieves that perfectly. I love our sink faucets, they’re very simple and straight forward and also I love that no build up happens on them since they’re wall mounted, they’ve stayed so clean and nice looking. Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
I’ve been loving our shower too (obviously)! After having smaller showers you can’t beat this large one – big enough to hose my entire family down in 😉 I love this shower head and handle because you can control the water volume and the water temperature separately which is a cool feature. I also feel like it’s the perfect amount of heating up or cooling off so babies don’t get shocked when you change the water. I love the modern sleek look of it as well – it’s so subtle yet so pretty.Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
Our tub is probably my favorite part of the bathroom. I’ve dreamed of a freestanding tub and now we have one and I love it! My husband is 6″4 and he wanted one that was big enough for him and also didn’t flex or bend when he went in it and we’ve been super happy with this one! Definitely the best part of this set up is the tub filler from Delta.  It is the prettiest thing EVER and has a detachable hand shower as well which I really like and has been so helpful with babies and shampoo! Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
When we built the house I was excited about this layout of the master bathroom that we chose. Typically you’ll see dual sinks right next to each other but I love having them across from each other to create a bigger feel. Here are sources for the wall sconcesmirrors and flush mount which I think eventually I’ll trade out for a larger fixture. Home Tour: Jenna's Kitchen
I always get a ton of questions about the cabinetry too. The color is and the hardware is from good old Amazon! I hated covering up our herringbone tile floors but I needed the bathroom to feel a bit cozier and this Caitlin Wilson rug does the job! The vanity paint is “Paint It Black” by Sherwin Williams.
I think that’s it! If you have any questions about sourcing leave them in the comments and I can edit the post for you!!
I hope you enjoyed this little peek in to a corner of our home we love so much and thanks for having me back today 😉
xo
J
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Comments

  1. Lily:
    on November 10, 2017 at 10:26 am said:

    What is the color of the cabinetry?

  2. Alicia:
    on November 12, 2017 at 4:43 am said:

    Have you had any issues with the “non-bathroom” rug in the bathroom? It never occurred to me this was possible and I LOVE it!

  3. Emily:
    on November 12, 2017 at 10:50 am said:

    Where did you get your vanities?

  4. cindy weidner:
    on December 15, 2017 at 5:13 pm said:

    love your master bath! what color is the vanity?

  5. on July 6, 2018 at 3:05 am said:

    Yes,
    I thought it was just a shower head, but it has become a focal point to the entire bath. The colors are both unique and helpful. No longer do you have to step into a shower that is too cold or too hot.

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