Color-block your palette. The grays and blacks in this kitchen are very now, and yet the addition of orange and the retro cupboard arrangement hark back about 40 years. The retro Orla Kiely print on the backsplash and in the crockery is another nice touch, and picks up on the era’s love of patterns inspired by nature / 1970's.
In the kitchen, many homeowners wonder if all the cabinets and trim should be the same color. The answer is no, especially if you want to accentuate a certain feature. In this photo, dark stained trim allows these terrific windows to pop. White trim would have only forced them into the background.
A classic "sanitary" Streamline porcelain wall bracket popular in kitchens/baths from 1920s well into the 1950s, the knob on the Adrian's arm acts as its on/off switch. The Streamline Opal Slip Shade series, with 4 colored stripe options, are the only shades which fit this fixture.
$250 - 450 / finishes: Natural Ash, Black, Walnut, American Maple. Architectural, timeless hardwood top and frame / Birch legs in black finish. A bench for seating, a platform for displays or a table / 4, 5, or 6' wide.
a milk door for the delivery guy