Stuff that are mixedA sensible mix of stuff including re-claimed wood (on the walls and island) and aged zinc (on the counter tops and hood) provides this kitchen an acquired-over-time vibe.
Milk Glass LightingThe salvaged fixtures in this space hang above the sink, island, and breakfast locations and improve other neutral characteristics like the white apron sink (a bargain at $90!) and kitchen cabinets.
1920's Historical KitchenThe style of this kitchen was from the 1929's. The elements were exquisitely made and using brownish countertops made this kitchen mo-Re timeless.
Farmhouse DesignArcadian textures, bungalow accents, along with a palette give Bob and Debby Glamb's Virginia kitchen farmhouse style that is timeless. Here, we are given an insider's look in their cheerful room by them.
The best way to Add Charm4: Farmhouse sink: At 10" deep, it conceals a multitude of sins (like yesterday 's dishes).
Removing CabinetryThe owners of this historic 1850s home opened the kitchen area up by removing roughly half of the cabinetry, and installing a small group of lower cabinets topped with butcher-block counter tops.
Brilliant and CheeryGlass- front cupboards that are upper allow the owner of this New York house to flaunt her plates without ingesting up valuable floor room, while closed ones below hide supplies. Beadboard panels include refined feel.
Nostalgic AccentsSinger songwriter Holly Williams outfitted the kitchen in her 1908 Nashville bungalow with classic white subway tiles, polished marble, and copper accents reminiscent of French bistros. A ceiling provides the kitchen a nation vibe, while its black paint occupation that is inky ups the the room great factor. Soda store stools from the 40's, located at an antiques mall, produce a nostalgic spot to gather.
Classic Kitchen DesignWith just the feeling for this particular kitchen, we bet you can truly feel classic - old school yet truly modern.
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