Retro Kitchen Remodel in Humboldt Park ChicagoTraditional Kitchen, Chicago
A retro 1950’s kitchen featuring green custom colored cabinets with glass door mounts, under cabinet lighting, pull-out drawers, and Lazy Susans. To contrast with the green we added in red window treatments, a toaster oven, and other small red polka dot accessories. A few final touches we made include a retro fridge, retro oven, retro dishwasher, an apron sink, light quartz countertops, a white subway tile backsplash, and retro tile flooring.
Home located in Humboldt Park Chicago. Designed by Chi Renovation & Design who also serve the Chicagoland area and it's surrounding suburbs, with an emphasis on the North Side and North Shore. You'll find their work from the Loop through Lincoln Park, Skokie, Evanston, Wilmette, and all of the way up to Lake Forest.
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Kitchen at a GlanceLocation: ChicagoSize: 145 square feet (13.4 square meters)Designer: Larry Lambert of Chi Renovation & DesignWhen the homeowners first met with designer Larry Lambert, they had two requests: green cabinets and a retro design. “I don’t do a lot of green kitchens, but I was open to it,” Lambert says. He researched to find a color palette that recalled kitchens from the midcentury era. The winning cabinet color was Jocular Green by Sherwin-Williams.He then designed the space to feel like a ’50s diner. He inserted bar-style seating at the kitchen’s peninsula and installed black-and-white octagonal tile flooring and a ceramic subway tile backsplash to re-create the look of a classic midcentury eatery.