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A Sampling of Vintage Kitchens

Over the summer, I decided to redecorate my kitchen.  A very fun process that took my predominately red-based room into one that featured a blend of old and new, along with a variety of bright, sherbet colors.  I am so in love with it that I am hesitant to put out any of my fall decorations as I don’t want to change a single thing.  Maybe next month I will be ready! 🙂

I thought that I would share a few different kitchen styles from the early 20th century in case any of you are in the mood for a little revamp.  I also included some items that I felt were inspired by these wonderful decades!

Enjoy!

Plenty of storage space, wood cabinets, and clean lines are the hallmark of a 1910’s kitchen.

1910's Kitchens

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1910’s Inspired Stoneware Bowl

 

Colorful, vibrant, and tastefully decorated are the signs of the 1920’s….

1920's Kitchen

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1920’s Apron Tutorial

1930’s kitchens are cheery, and often monochromatic…..a indicator of the upcoming 1940’s kitchens.

1930's Kitchen

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1930’s Inspired Floral Bowl 

 

At times dripping in ruffles, lace, and colorful prints, the 1940’s kitchens are truly iconic.

1940's Kitchen

 

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1940’s Inspired Clock

So go ahead and choose one style, or blend them all…either way, your kitchen will turn out wonderful!

~Aimee

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