Jenny Marrs reveals design rule for better sleep
Better sleep is just a redesigned bedroom away! HGTV’s Jenny Marrs shared her tips for creating a “sanctuary for sleep.” a recent interview with Home & Gardens.
“We’re always looking for ways to help us feel more rested and present for the moments that really matter, especially as the new year begins,” the Fixer to Fabulous star explained to the publication.
Jenny has become a popular designer on HGTV and rose to fame alongside her husband Dave. In Fixer to Fabulous, the couple renovate historic homes in their community of Bentonville, Arkansas.
As Jenny pointed out to Home & Gardens, a place to sleep needs “symmetry and harmony.”
“Just because it’s the bedroom doesn’t mean it’s going to be an oasis of calm without thought about the furnishings or their placement in the room,” the 44-year-old told the outlet. “By thinking through the symmetry of your space, you can bring calm and comfort into your bedroom design to support those calming feelings that set you up for a successful night’s sleep.”
An easy way to create symmetry is to design the space around the bed, Jenny Home & Gardens further explained. As she told the outlet, “Both sides of the bed should have a bedside table, and each table should have a matching lamp.”
The Rock the Block graduate also suggested to Home & Gardens that an improved storage system can help achieve this sense of harmony.
On reducing clutter, Jenny told the publication, “Using small baskets or lidded boxes to hide dirty laundry, cords, or anything you don’t want to see can further support those calming feelings that help us get a good night’s sleep.” to reach. ”
Jenny and Dave Marrs help transform Fort Morgan, Colorado in Season 2 of Home Town Takeover
Jenny’s design style will soon be on full display when she and her husband team up with Ben and Erin Napier for the second season of Home Town Takeover. The couples bring new life to Fort Morgan, Colorado.
She celebrated the completion of filming in November 2022 and shared a crew photo on Instagram.
“I feel so infinitely grateful to have been a part of this experience,” Jenny wrote in the post. “We’ve worked with the most amazing and dedicated crew here in Fort Morgan over the past four months to complete 18 renovations (while still working on dozens of projects for Fixer to Fabulous at home). Sometimes it seemed impossible, but we made it! It definitely needs a village and we loved being a part of it. We will miss these amazing people SO MUCH!”
The series is set to premiere early this year, This was announced by HGTV in a press release.
Jenny Marrs has teased ‘dream project’ in Italy
Jenny betrayed on Instagram that she and her husband were working on a “dream project” in Italy.
“So excited to tell you all about @jennymarrs and my next project!” Dave captioned a photo on Instagram of the couple in front of a carousel. “And yes, it’s in Europe because I don’t wear a scarf anywhere else. Stay tuned!”
The trip left fans wondering if they could take Fixer to Fabulous overseas.
“Pretty!” A follower commented on Jenny’s post. “Are we going to see a ‘Fixer to Fabulous: Italy Edition’ in the future? That would be really epic. [smile emoji]”
While she neither confirms nor denies, Jenny responded with a wink and red heart emojis.
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