In 2000 my wife and I started hunting for vintage kitchen items for our own kitchen. Our goal was to convert our home which was built in 1970, to look as if it were built/furnished in the 1930-40 era. I liked so many different stoves that we found, that I began to collect them for my own enjoyment. Then I set up a display and began adding vintage kitchen sinks, refrigerators and Hoosiers. After a while I decided to turn it into a paying hobby so that I could sell some items that others may be searching for and buy other items for my collection that I did not already have. We love all of the old appliances and furnishings. I am always excited to find another nice sink or appliance that is of a different style or special color. Yes, special color. Not only do we have sinks for example that are white, but we have yellow, mint/ming green, pink, brown, peach and even orchid! The early stoves were available in many of these special colors as well. We hope that we can help you put together your own vintage kitchen that you can enjoy as much as we enjoy ours.
NOTE: If seriously interested, direct questions to my email or call me. I am seldom able to respond to questions on Houzz.
Kitchen Remodeling, farmhouse and antique sinks, vintage stoves
Ashburnham, Ashby, Athol, Baldwinville, East Templeton, Fitchburg, Gardner, Hubbardston, Phillipston, Princeton, South Ashburnham, Templeton, Westminster, Winchendon, North America plus
OK folks. I am 76 and struggle with the PC. I get these awards etc. from time to time, but no clue as how to put them here. My most meaningful awards are the references from my clients!