1920's Historic KitchenFarmhouse Kitchen, Seattle
Classic 1920's style kitchen designed in a new 200 sf addition to original historic home. Northlight Photography.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Period lighting and details. It’s easier than ever to find period-accurate lighting and hardware (try Rejuvenation or search the Houzz Shop for starters), and these details can make a big difference in the look and feel of your kitchen. If you know the year your home was built, track down lighting and cabinet pulls in the style that would have been used at that time (1920s or 1930s, for instance) for a vintage makeover.3. Refurbished vintage range. Some cooks swear by the heft and power of vintage stoves — and with companies refurbishing them to work in modern kitchens, you can have a vintage range that doesn’t just look the part but works well too.