Retro Kitchen Design You Have Never Seen Before

A retro kitchen it`s not one of the most popular decorating ideas when it comes to kitchens these days. It implements the use of newer and vintage items. This means whether you’re into the nostalgic 1930s or the cool 1960s, you can easily integrate retro styles into your kitchen.Anyway it is fun to look back  and see what was considered cool and trendy in the past.There are actually few websites that are dedicated to documenting and digitizing past kitchens, one of those sites is Antique Home Styles. Of course things are very different nowadays, most people preferring the fully equipped and minimalist style kitchens. But there is one thing I like more about the retro kitchens: they used to be a lot more welcoming and merry, painted in vivid colours and models and having images of fruit and vegetables on the wallpaper or on the other objects and decorations used in there.

1930 Armstrong Kitchen

1930 Retro Style ‘Chrome’ Kitchen

1935 Retro Kitchen with Pattern Flooring

1930s All Purpose Retro Kitchen

1946 American Standard Kitchen

1953 Retro American Kitchen



Published by in Kitchen, on June 25th, 2010

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