Best vintage decorating ideas for kitchens in 2017
Pastoral Storage Options
Whoever owns this Oregon home bypassed a dishwashing machine and picked for this 1953 farmhouse sink (that can handle plenty of filthy dishes) and mo Re under-counter space. An aged pop crate corrals cleaning equipment beneath the sink.
Victorian Pool Home Kitchen
Have you noticed that still another variety with this layout was in one of the pictures we've above? This variety - plus the classic appearance of this kitchen made a whole difference!
Colorful English Farmhouse
Retro kitchen will completely brighten any home! Utilizing an old school range made the appearance complete.
Historic Beach House Renovation
Big Chill made an excellent job in creating these retro cool appliances for our houses! The use of bold colors made this kitchen manner too awesome to even cook in it!
1920's Historic Kitchen
The design of the kitchen was from the 1929's. The elements were exquisitely made and using brown countertops made this kitchen mo-Re timeless.
Metal desk and a wood -turned-prep island is the centerpiece of the kitchen of this Arizona ranch home's. Green foundation that is rusty and the wood top provide more style to the kitchen. Barnwood shelves pick up the warmth of the island's counter, while brass pendants (from a vintage ice-cream parlor) repeat the towel bar's radiance.
Pastoral feels, cottage accents, along with a palette give Bob and Debby Glamb's Virginia kitchen farmhouse style that is timeless. Here, they gives us an insider's look into their cheerful room.
Vibrant and Cheery
Glass- front cabinets allow without eating up precious floor area, the possessor of this New York house to flaunt her prized plates, while closed ones below hide supplies. Beadboard panels a DD refined feel.
Singer-song writer Holly Williams outfitted the kitchen with classic white subway tiles and copper accents reminiscent of French bistros. A pine ceiling provides the kitchen a nation vibe, while its black paint occupation that is inky ups the room great factor. Soda shop stools from the 1940s, found at an antiques mall, develop a nostalgic place to assemble.