Inspiration for a mid-sized 1960s u-shaped linoleum floor and multicolored floor kitchen remodel in Santa Barbara with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, laminate countertops, white appliances, an island and white countertops

Sunny Yellow Retro Kitchen

Midcentury Kitchen, Santa Barbara

We decided on a retro look for our new kitchen with lots of display shelving, happy colors, laminate counters (no cracking!), a chubby old stove, period details and “linoleum” flooring.
Inspiration for a mid-sized 1960s u-shaped linoleum floor and multicolored floor kitchen remodel in Santa Barbara with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, laminate countertops, white appliances, an island and white countertops - Houzz

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Carolyn Singleton wrote:November 28, 2014
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    Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
    5 years ago
    These are Armstrong vinyl composition tiles laid out in a fun pattern. All tiles started as 12" x 12" tiles and were cut down to various shapes and sizes, except the 1" x 24" black liner --- although I'm not sure this is being made anymore. If it had been available at the time in a bunch of cool colors, I would have gone with Marmoleum tiles (they don't need waxing like the vinyl composition tiles).
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Laura Gaskill added this to A Dozen Ways to Bring Vintage Charm to Your KitchenJuly 3, 2015

10. Diner-style counters and floors. Budget-friendly and hard-wearing, laminate counters with curvy aluminum edging...

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Sandra Barber added this to Kitchen/diningSeptember 11, 2020

Display shelves, curves