Vintage style is loud and clear in this updated kitchen, thanks to the materials. A new brick backdrop to the cooking hearth evokes the Colonial period, even though the cast-iron range combines modern gas burners with an electric oven. So check below our top 5 choices for vintage kitchen lighting 🙂
An ornamental wood mantel hides the vent hood, and antique-reproduction copper faucets, tarnished bronze light fixtures, and honed soapstone counters round out the look.
This kitchen’s great vintage looks come from the whitewashed cabinetry. A bank of glass-doored cupboards stands center stage, reminiscent of a classic oversized storage unit. Offering see-through storage of beautiful glassware and dish collections, the cabinets also feature vintage-inspired brass cabinet catches on the glass doors and cupped pulls on the bottom.
Small details are what make this kitchen comfortable. The hearth-style stove backsplash disguises the oven hood and textural stucco walls lend a cottage feeling. And traditional plain cupboards and a vintage sink (with classic hot-and-cold-water faucets) warm up this kitchen with functional simplicity. Brick-pattern flooring completes the look.
Topped with gray-green soapstone, this kitchen island is both hardworking and beautiful, offering lots of meal-prep area plus a small sink. The island’s ends are dressed up with distressed architectural brackets and finials to add to the classic look.
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