If you are a vintage lover you’re in the right place, because today we are going to talk about how you can create the perfect vintage kitchen dressed in some retro attire. With all the right pieces and with these design ideas you will get your kitchen on its way to flaunting some seriously cute vintage style.
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Why buy any old appliance when you can get one with decorative charm, like this ’50s-style Smeg fridge?
One easy way to throw it back? Throw up some wallpaper, whether the polka dot backsplash of the ’50s or the bold, busy prints from the ’60s.
These floors are fit for a ’50s diner and give an incredible touch to any kitchen.
Early American kitchens had fireplaces for cooking. Electric ovens have now taken their place, but we’d kill for this quaint, historic detail in our modern homes. In the forefront, sweet little stools are reminiscent of an old fashioned soda shoppe.
Kitchen islands didn’t used to be quite as substantial as they are these days. Here, a humble butcher block does the trick.
PULL-OUT CUTTING BOARD
Pull-Out Cutting Board: A good idea, regardless of the era.
Instead of built-in cabinets, vintage kitchens were filled with freestanding furniture, like this lovely little hutch.
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