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8/28/15Boho Kitchen Reveal: The Whole Enchilada!

Here is that post with all the pretty pictures of our new jungalicious, boho kitchen, with all of the resources at the bottom in one place so you know where to get everything. Please enjoy the pics as much as we enjoy cooking in here! Justina Blakeney | Jungalow Kitchen
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Find all of the resources below to get the look of our boho kitchen. Also you can see before pics and read about the design process of our kitchen here. Read about the installation here.

General Contractor:
Golan — email him to make an appointment (he’s awesome) (azrangolan (at) gmail (dot) com)

Lowe’s
Countertops
Farmhouse Sink
Shaker Cabinets
GE Slide-in Gas Range
Potted plants
Sink Grid
Mrs. Meyers
Light Dimmers

Badia Design
Cement Floor Tile
Mosaic Backsplash tile** SROLL DOWN ON THE PAGE, YOU’LL FIND THE TILE!!

Signature Hardware
Copper faucet

Treeline Woodworks
Open Shelving made from reclaimed doug fir (they used to be bleachers!)
Custom copper-plated brackets

General Electric
Energy Star Refrigerator

eBay
Vintage Moroccan rug 

Eric’s Architectural Salvage
Vintage cabinet hardware

Photography by Danae Horst for the Jungalow. 
With thanks to Lowe’s for working with me on this project. 

Justina Blakeney Justina Blakeney

Designer, artist, stylist & mama. Founder and CCO at The Jungalow. Crazy for color, pattern and plants!

123 responses to “Boho Kitchen Reveal: The Whole Enchilada!”

  1. Jorien says:

    Wauw Justina, it looks so great. I have been following the process so it is really cool to see the final result. I love the color combinations emerald green and the copper/rose elements, it fits beautifully together. I am totally inspired to redo my kitchen as well (it is rented, so probably just painting and adding accessories, but still :)). Enjoy your beautiful kitchen

  2. Leslie-Anne says:

    Beautiful, warm, functional, relaxed, what a great space. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Rebecka says:

    Wow, it really looks incredible!

  4. S@sha says:

    If I were you I’d just sit there staring at that beautiful green backsplash tile. Good splurge!

  5. Natálie says:

    Oh my god, that is the prettiest kitchen ever! Great job!

  6. Kirstie says:

    SOOO pretty! I love how open and functional it feels even though it’s not a huge space. I LOVE the green tile backsplash and the floor and all of the copper elements. Also, love how you worked in the marble countertop- so classic alongside all the bohemian flare- gorgeous!

  7. […] // Justina Blakeney over at The Jungalow just revealed her total kitchen makeover, and of course I’m dying over the green tiles she used […]

  8. Tammie says:

    Amazing! What a beautiful room. I love your style.

  9. Melanie says:

    Your mini me looks super happy to have the new kitchen too! Lvoe that picture! Beautiful work.

  10. carswell says:

    Those glass backsplash tiles really sing! Wow.

  11. Manu says:

    So big and bright! I’m in love with your kitchen, specially those floors that look like they are green and copper. Congratulations, it turned out great. Besos!

  12. miranda says:

    so lovely. i love the green tile backsplash with the white cabinets and the copper. and the kitchen triangle (from posts below)..so interesting and good to note!!! i was concerned about your open shelving but i see how that is a money saver.

    beutiful job. worlds better than poopoo faux tile (what were people thinking designing crap like that decades ago?)

  13. Catherine says:

    Most beautiful kitchen of ever all time!! The copper and green and wood is making me swoon like no other. Wonderful job, Justina!

  14. Melody says:

    SWOOOOOON!!! So fresh, so vibrant, so full of LIFE. Wonderful vision and execution, Justina and fam! Thank you for creating such inspiration :)

  15. it’s lovely! how exciting for you (and for us, to follow along) <3

  16. Keely says:

    It’s gorgeous!! Love your blog and watching you create such beautiful spaces. You are amazingly gifted. I ♥ Moroccan design as well. Your babouches go perfectly. :-) Cheers!

  17. I LOVE all your houseplants! They make a house a home. I have to show my husband this so he can see other people have plants in their kitchen. Beautiful kitchen!

  18. Susan B says:

    whoa. just fabulous. beautiful color, functional, and different than anything else I have seen. great design!

  19. Jane P says:

    Looks great! Be careful with the Silestone counter – mine chipped!

  20. Joanna says:

    Hi, I love your kitchen remodel.

    Question, where is your spoonrest from? I’ve been looking for a good one!

    Thank you!

    • Justina says:

      Hi Joanna! It’s from West Elm. You can click on the little “plus” sign in the product collage above and it will take you right to all of the product pages for purchase.

  21. Shirla Klenk says:

    Love all the wonderful pattern and color.
    In the SF Chronicle is mentioned “The Justina Blakeney cheat sheet” but I can’t find it. Apparently it is purported to list sources for artisan-made bohemian-style goods.

    • Justina says:

      I haven’t seen the piece yet but I’ll let you know as soon as I do. I don’t have that list here on the blog (although it’s a good idea to have one!!)

  22. […] 1  September = fashion = happiness. Get yourself ready with these 10 “up-and-comer” collections to look for at NYFW. (The Zoe Report)  |  2  I always love Justina Blakeney’s designs and this kitchen is no exception- just… wow. (The Jungalow) […]

  23. Kelsey says:

    Love everything about this!! Where are the shelf brackets from?
    Amazing job!

  24. vv says:

    the green! the glimmer! i love the beautiful kitchen you’ve created for you and your fam. can’t wait to cheers with you <3

  25. Julia A says:

    Gorgeous! This is so inspiring and beautiful. I love all the little copper details. Enjoy your new kitchen! xo

  26. louanne says:

    Simply lovely. I need a source on the shoes. :)

  27. Leanne says:

    Just love your kitchen – turned out so lovely and colorful. I’m wondering how you found the Moroccan cement tiles to work with, though. I used some Moroccan cement tiles in a bathroom and on a fireplace surround, and my contractors found them hard to work with and really difficult to seal – did your contractor have much difficulty with them?

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      Hi Leanne, the man who installed our tiles works with them often and didn’t have any problems. We are noticing that they are quick to stain though so are experimenting on how to clean and protect them–I’ll let you know if I learn anything useful!

  28. […] Source: Boho Kitchen Reveal: The Whole Enchilada! | The Jungalow […]

  29. Shavonda says:

    Hi Justina! Im just getting back from Mexico and playing catch up on all that I missed last week…. and BOY is your kitchen a treat! Its just so freakin good. I do have a couple specific questions. We are about to start the next phase of our kitchen reno on Friday ( EEEP!) and I wanted to get an idea on perspective using your space. Would you mind sharing what your ceiling height is? Also how high up did you go with your backsplash tile before you placed your first floating shelf? This is the one detail that’s giving me the most headache with our remodel. Our ceiling height is only juuuust under 8ft in our kitchen, and we have about 59″ from our countertop to the ceiling, so we dont have soaring ceilings and tons of wall to work with. Our current upper cabinets(original to the house) are coming out so we can install floating shelves. We currently only have 16″ between the countertop and the bottom of the cabinets, and there are 6 shelves in the cabinets that go pretty much to the ceiling. Im planning to raise the first shelf up to between 18-20″ from the countertop, and only have 2 floating shelves spaced about 12″ between them. This will give us more under cabinet space/backsplash space, and keep the shelves and our dishware within a comfortable arms reach without me having to climb up on a stool to reach things. I say all this to say I love the way you’ve used your wall space here. It seems you gave yourself plenty of room for backsplash and kept your shelves at the perfect height and depth for functional storage.

  30. KathleenC says:

    Wonderful! I am having severe kitchen envy!!! (soon my patient kitchen, soooooon)
    I love the use of pattern, and your use of color is especially inspiring.

  31. Tania says:

    Beautiful! I love the backsplash and the farmhouse sink the best! I’m planning to put one in my kitchen but I didn’t realize that Lowe’s had one that cheap, I was planning on IKEA but maybe somewhere local will work after all!

    Tania

  32. […] you got a chance to drool over Justina Blakeney’s jungalicous kitchen yet? If not you totally should, like seriously pause and drool over all the luscious greens […]

  33. SJ says:

    I so needed this today!! I’m moving from a very beautiful very expensive light filled loft rental to a much more conservative smaller apartment with the plan of saving for a home purchase. I was feeling really down about the move when I saw the picture on Pinterest of your gorgeous kitchen and remembered why I’m doing this with the hopes that one day I’ll be able to redesign my own space. Such a glorious inspiration :) Thank you for having and sharing the beautiful!!

  34. tk says:

    hi!

    congrats on the reno – it looks amazing! we’re interested in sourcing the farmhouse sink you used, but the click through brings up multiple options on the lowes page. was it kohler or barclay that you used? do you still like it?

    thank you!

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  36. […] this side of the house just yet. We just poured all of our cash into buying the house and remodeling the kitchen–so the bedroom will have to wait. In the mean time, I’ve done what I can with what I […]

  37. […] out the neutral-loving kitchen design rules and infuses her trademark boho style. Follow this link to her site to see the entire […]

  38. […] a boho kitchen remodel that has me drooling. + i’m loving this paint style to accentuate the furniture. + totally […]

  39. […] couldn’t help myself though.  This is the kitchen of another goddess that I admire lots, Justin Blakeney.  This kitchen has all of those clean, sleek and open elements but the tile really adds that […]

  40. Emily says:

    I was wondering how wide your counter was where the 3 barstools are. Mine is going to be 5.5″ and I can’t figure out if that is big enough for 3 barstools or two. Thanks!

  41. […] since it’s the next major project once we pay off all of our credit card debt from our kitchen remodel. (And we’re almost there!!) The front of our house was built in 1926, and has all the charm […]

  42. […] then there is that cute little kitchen.  I was really inspired by Justina Blakeney’s kitchen, so I incorporated the wonderful green into the spray painted chandelier and the Ikea curtains.  […]

  43. Thom says:

    Wow! Hands down best kitchen I have ever seen. Can’t find the backsplash tiles on the Badia website though, what are they called? Thanks!

  44. Casey says:

    I love your kitchen! It has been a huge inspiration to me while remodeling ours. I was wondering, what color grout did you use on the backsplash? In some pictures it looks dark and others lighter. Thanks!

  45. WOW, just found this beautiful kitchen on Pinterest & had to share it. Love the colors, wood and vintage/modern mix.
    Have a nice day!

    Cheers from Berlin,
    Nina

  46. Anne says:

    This kitchen is beautiful! It is inspiring me to make my own beautiful kitchen! Where did you get the beautiful rustic wood for the shelves and the copper brackets to mount them?

  47. Jacqueline says:

    Hi do mind sharing where your wine glasses are from pleaseeeeeeee

  48. BiBi says:

    Where did you get those tiles! They are stunning as is the rest of it.Love it all.

  49. lianna says:

    Wow this looks amazing. Thanks so much for sharing. I can’t find the tiles on the website listed. Am I just missing them??

  50. Joanna says:

    Hi Justina!

    Im working on my kitchen now and am in love with your backsplash! Would you able to share what color they are and the link, i cant seem to find them in the link you have below.

    Thanks so much in advance!
    Joanna

  51. […] *image: the jungalow […]

  52. […] I’m still obsessed with both patterned cement tile and mosaic tile (like we used in our kitchen overhaul), and am also thinking about designing some custom pieces to go in there, perhaps a custom vanity […]

  53. […] Photos by Elizabeth Robert (via Design to Inspire), Justina Blakeney (via The Jungalow) […]

  54. […] A note on tile. Given how much I love green, it’s perhaps surprising that I’m not heading for a Jungalow-style kitchen a la Justine Blakeney: […]

  55. Shruthi says:

    Love your bohemian home!

    Shruthi
    http://nyambura.co

  56. Katey says:

    did you put a glaze over your tiles to achieve that look or were the tiles already coated in gloss? I’m also interested to know how you attached them, I like how there aren’t definitive white lines throughout!

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      The tiles came like this. We didn’t coat them with anything. They’re just naturally really shiny. There are no white lines because we matched the grout color to the tiles — had we used white grout there would be those white lines all around.

  57. Max says:

    Have to say the kitchen is absolutely fantastic, them tiles are incredible however they are gone from the website. Can you remember what they are called. I want something very similar but may find them hard to come across in uk.

    Max

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      Hey Max!
      The tiles are called “Moroccan Mosaic Tiles” I know Badia still has them in stock, but if you’re in the UK I’d recommend inquiring at Moroccan import stores.
      Good luck!!

  58. max says:

    Thanks so much Justina, fingers crossed

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  60. Kathryn says:

    I called Badia design hoping they had the “teal green mosaic tiles” on their website in the rectangular shape you used.
    They said you had ordered the Green Bejmat tile from their website, however in the pictures the color and finish looks very different.

    I’m concerned to order a large box and have them be the wrong color.
    Do you remember which kind you used? the mosaic or Bejmat, and if you used mosaic, did you cut the 4×4 tile to get the rectangle shape?

    Any information you have would be a blessing!
    Thank you so much!

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      Hey! Maybe have them send you a sample?? I went in-store to pick out the tile–but they are very knowledgeable and I’m sure they know which tile I used. We didn’t cut the tile. The rectangular shape was in stock. Wish I could be of more help — good luck!!

  61. shelley says:

    Hi Justina – the staining that you noticed with your tile, was it just the floor tiles or the backsplash as well? I’m installing a b&w moroccan tile to the front of a commercial bar I’m working on and would love to know which tile (or both?) you’re experiencing the staining with. Also – I saw you said you matched your green tile with a corresponding grout. Did you have that grout custom tinted or were you able to find something “close enough” on the market? Thanks much – fabulous design!

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      Hi Shelly! The staining was on the cement tile (on the floor). We added a tile sealer and it helped. As for the grout color, we found something ‘close enough’. Hope that helps!

  62. Anonymous says:

    Love this! Where are the barstools from?

  63. shelley says:

    Helps a bunch Justina! Thanks :-) Here’s the b&w Moroccan I’ll be doing on the bar front (and yes, I’m planning on sealing the tile!!)

    It’s so dreamy…
    http://mosaicmorocco.com/product/affoscement-tile-05/

  64. Shannon says:

    Beautiful! Do you mind if I ask where the cup/bowls sitting next to your coffee press are from?

  65. […] down to Treeline Woodworks, our local carpenters who made the amazing floating shelves in our boho kitchen. Turns out, making the door frame isn’t as simple as it was in my head. They have to make […]

  66. […] Boho Kitchen Reveal // The Jungalow […]

  67. Rachel says:

    This kitchen is amazing! I love, love, love the tiles, both the backsplash and the floor. One question: Is your stove vented in any way? We have a very similar layout in our kitchen and I would love to move the stove to that very spot, but I hate the thought of a big vent/hood blocking the view from the adjacent room. It looked like the computer-generated view of the layout showed a hood, but I don’t see one in the photos?

  68. […] where the colors are always vibrant and creating a Spring vibe is a cinch.I was so inspired by Justina Blakeney’s kitchen to bring plant life to my open shelves.  They add a nice fresh green that sings of the season.  I […]

  69. Mary says:

    Hi,
    We are thinking of purchasing these bar stools for our new home.
    2 questions:
    1. Are they at all tippy? Does your son climb up on them successfully?
    We have 2 littles & a preschool in our home -somLots of children will be around them.
    2. Do the legs of the chair stick out? Do you find yourself ever catching your foot on them as you walk by? Our kitchen bar in a little bit of a high traffic area.
    Thanks for any thoughts/advice!

  70. Sublime cette cuisine verte ! j’adore les étagères en bois épais . Bravo

  71. kaajamajaa says:

    It’s nearly impossible to find educated people on this topic,
    however, you seem like you know what you’re talking about!
    Thanks

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  74. Freya cromarty says:

    Hi Justina, such a beautiful kitchen. Can you send the link for these tiles? I’ve had a look on the website but can’t see the exact same ones? Thanks, Freya

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      The exact same ones aren’t on the site but they do have them in store. If you call them and ask for the tiles used in “Justina’s Kitchen” they will know what you’re talking about!

  75. marion Meynier says:

    Beautiful!!!
    Please, where did you get these ceramic tiles from? Am in France… Merci!!

  76. I keep getting drawn to these photos of your kitchen. Consequently I’ve been dreaming of this dark green tile. It’s all so unusual and splendid. Thank you for sharing!!!

  77. Emily Laity says:

    Hi! I love your kitchen! Please can I ask where your salt and pepper grinders are from? Thank you!

  78. […] // If I could have this kitchen, I would be really happy […]

  79. Stephanie Aviles says:

    Looks amazing! Could i ask how you did the area around your windows? I can’t quite tell and I’m trying to decide how best to tackle the backsplash subway tile im doing around my inset windows (is that what you call it?)

    Thanks.
    -S

  80. Liz says:

    Beautiful kitchen!! Where is the multicolor striped cruet/bottle from?

    • Justina Blakeney says:

      Thanks!
      I bought it in Italy last year — it’s Antico Frantoio Muraglia — but not sure where to purchase here in the U.S

  81. Caroline says:

    Hello!! I clicked on the tiles and it took me to the website but I was wondering what exact color you used in your kitchen?

  82. Caroline says:

    Did you get the Moroccan Mosaic Tile TM001 or the Bejmat Mosaic Tile BMT001?

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  84. Erika says:

    Beautiful kitchen! I too picked the Quartz coutertops and, inspired by your kitchen, also picked your beautiful copper faucet. However, 6 months later I’ve already messed up the finish by not taking proper care of it. Doh! What do you use/do to maintain your faucet? Thanks in advance.

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  87. Danielle Fay says:

    Hi! So so so stunning! Can you give the source for the knobs and cabinet handles? thanks so much!!

    • Danae Horst says:

      Hi Danielle! Thank you! The cabinet hardware is vintage salvage from Eric’s Architectural Salvage in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles. I’ve added a link in the resources at the bottom of the post, though they don’t have an online shop.

  88. Julez says:

    Weird request, but I am DESPERATE to know where you got the little green and white patterned dish cloth hanging to the right of your sink? I’d love to make cafe curtains for my kitchen from a similar fabric.

    Such an inspiring kitchen :)

  89. Kelsey says:

    GORGEOUS!!! Just ordered the same green tile! Question, What color or type of grout did you use? Is it a light grey color? Also the tiles came a little “distressed”. Did yours come the same way? Getting nervous about it!! Thanks!

    • Hi! Yes our tiles were pretty distressed as well. We used a dark grey grout that helped to mask imperfections but ultimately the once the tile was up I realized that distressed look of it is part of what makes it beautiful. Don’t be nervous! When it goes up it’ll be amazing (I was nervous too!!)

  90. Anonymous says:

    Hi!! I’m in love!! I’m looking at the backsplash right now!! What is this color? It’s hard to tell is it just the green or teal green? 😍

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