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Crogan Inlay Floors
17 Reviews
Linoleum Countertops
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tight budget. It’s especially great in vintage kitchens.
Linoleum countertop; green and inexpensive; good for vintage kitchens
great alternative for a vintage kitchen... plus, it's inexpensive with a lot of color choices.
Old school! Linoleum for countertops. Reminds me of my mom's kitchen and I like it....
Linoleum counter top - A classic material found in vintage kitchens, linoleum is an interesting
natural, durable surface and are on a tight budget. It’s especially great in vintage kitchens.
and are on a tight budget. It’s especially great in vintage kitchens.
material and glueGood for you if: You want a natural, durable surface and are on a tight budget. It’s especially great in vintage kitchens.More: Your Guide to 15 Popular Kitchen Countertop Materials
“linoleum $6 per sqft” — Kate Payne
Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
Ideabooks2,216
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Hello, we recently inherited a cabinet that looks just like this one in the picture. My boyfriends great-grandparents used it was a kitchen island. Is there a special name for this type of cabinet? We're going to have it restored.
accent colors in vintage white kitchen
In the kitchen, a cabinet found at a garage sale sits adjacent to the stove. The piece adds much-needed storage as well as character.
“Free standing cabinet” — efreassmith
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Ideabooks19,046
Questions16
You need to see the before photo to appreciate this kitchen. Small kitchen with a small budget. Custom cabinets, old stove, new fan in drywall hood. Playful brackets supporting cabinets and stove hood.
Wonderful kitchen, where did you purchase the brackets/corbels?
whats the area of the kitchen without the furniture?
what's the area of the kitchen?
i have a small kitchen and lookng for a nice an cozy
What are the measrements/size of the kitchen? Thanks.
I live in Oakland and would like to do a similar remodel on my kitchen.....nothing too fancy. I have collected
love the kitchen stove, where is it from?
I had an even smaller kitchen than this one in a 1980 townhouse in Wellington City, NZ (14 sq.ft). Eventually the old stove began emitting
“Open cabinets, good use of space.” — novafamilybirthcenter
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
Ideabooks1,457
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Display your vintage collections, hide your unattractive
Red & turquoise colors in kitchen
instant personality to a rental kitchen is by building a collection of vintage tins. This kind of storage looks too good to be hidden inside a cupboard and creates a homely feel that is as practical as it is pretty. Use on open shelves or on worktops and if the vintage look is not your thing, opt for
Splashes of red and turquoise pop out of the kitchen shelves above the microwave, adding color to a predominantly neutral space.
Display your vintage collections, hide your unattractive stuff in attractive vessels and keep your visual chaos in one, tidy place.
“Repisa” — isairdaneta1
CapeRace Cultural Adventures
The Anchor House
Ideabooks20,335
Questions12
where can you purchase the stove? Or is it vintage
Is the kitchen about 81/2-9 feet long?
with 2 kitchen sink cupboards as it has drain board on each side...any hints on installation
Vintage sinks are often cheaper and also look better... We go used on many of our efforts....
Vintage sink with drain board, cafe curtains, open shelving, white all over.
Cute kitchen for a small order kitchen. Add shelves to store dishes
nice small kitchen with open shelving
A kitchen shelf or two is a necessity
Vintage feel might combine well with Hoosier
Cottage kitchens. Cozy, happy and unpretentious, a cottage kitchen harks back to simpler times and evokes a sense of easy, carefree living. Beadboard, soft colors, vintage hardware, wood floors and colorful accents and curtains will infuse your kitchen with cottage comfort.Guide:
“Cabinets” — deecharles1
Robert Mace
our kitchen
Ideabooks3,462
Questions6
What I find interesting about this kitchen is how finished it looks and yet if I were to attempt something like this, it would look like crap.
cabinets.... Windows... Raised kitchen... Pendant lights ... Corner shelves...
Sink, wood, yellow; doesn't announce kitchen
Great use of old style to make a functional kitchen. Notice the old heating grate
7. Quirky Vintage KitchenDesigner/homeowner: Robert MaceLocation: Austin, TexasThis unique kitchen is the result of a DIY remodel of a 130-year-old Louisiana shotgun-shack-style home. When Robert Mace bought the house, the kitchen was located on an open back porch with a
Here's the other side of the same kitchen, proving that mismatched can be very stylish indeed.See more of this quirky Texas kitchen
“double ceramic sink, blue fan” — pattypatanne
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks554
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This kitchen and bathroom remodel, designed by Kevin Fischer at Alice Design and Charlotte Cooney of Domestic Arts, realizes the homeowners' vision of a clean, simple and utilitarian space. The home remodel features a new kitchen, bathroom, and living area. Photography by Mitchell Snyder.
it's vintage Hall-Mack. You can find on ebay.
the bathroom here, interior designer Charlotte Cooney of Domestic Arts and her partner, Kevin Fischer of Alice Design, brought in their client’s vintage kitchen storage cabinet to complete the look. V-groove pine paneling on the walls gives it a “cozy, homey farmhouse” feel, Cooney says. “It makes it seem
paneling covered it with a watered-down white paint and a flat polyurethane finish. (see same in kitchen 2)
“extra bathroom” — sashashrem
Inspired Interiors
21 Reviews
Turkish-Inspired Oasis
Ideabooks2,525
Questions9
Where can I buy this kitchen Faucet? What material is it made from? Stainless?
Kitchen faucet, small rack for regularly used things (wine glass favorites, coffee cups, bowl
glass countertop and faucet - main kitchen
I like eye candy in my kitchen...
No. 4: Concave This sleek and polished stainless concave hood contrasts with the vintage patterned tile and modern fixtures. The shape works great in a vintage kitchen or a modern one — it's all about what you mix it with.
more you will be affected by the unit, so please do not just rely on what is considered the standard installation height. First and foremost, your kitchen needs to suit you.But, keep in mind that venting power decreases as a hood is installed higher on the wall. Select a fan with adequate power and consider
“Hood” — aepotter09
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