Brilliant Ideas to Make Your Vintage Kitchen Fancy

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White Table Yellow Framed Window Hardwood Flooring White Upper Cabinet White Open Wall Mounted Shelving White Pots  Aluminum Double Undermount Sin Brown Granite Counter Turquois Wall Pale Blue Door Curtain
Wood Ceiling Wood Wall Wood Cabinets Wood Wall Mounted Cabinet Black Sconce White Stove Hardwood Flooring White Countertop White Containers White Bowl
Grey Ceramic Flooring White Cabinets With Wood Countertop White Upper Cabinet White Curtain White Framed Window White Framed Door White Ceiling Cream Wall Framehouse White Sink Black Hanging Lamp
Mint Green Wood Flooring White Stove Yellow Wall With White Trim Wood Ceiling White Hanging Lamp White Bin White Stripped Mat White Framed Door Yellow Open Wall Mounted Shelf
Pale Yellow Floral Wallpaper Red Clock Red Small Wall Mounted Cabinet White Cabinet White Ceramic Countertop Wood Small Open Shelving Red White Checkered Chandelier Blue And White Containers
Hardwood Flooring White Wall White Framed Door White Stove Wood Old Cabinet Cream Sconce Green Chalkboard Refrigerator Wood Wall Mounted Shelf Glass Vase

Vintage kitchen is often totally remodeled by its owner because he/she thinks that it looks out-of-date and unattractive. However, beautiful kitchen does not mean to have a sleek and modern design. Your vintage kitchen can also be fancy and appealing if you apply some ideas below.

Vintage kitchen is almost related to all-white painting, from the wall to the appliance. This color option makes your kitchen looks large, bright and clean. You can change the color to blue, green, or even yellow to bring new nuance. You can go monochromatic that allows your kitchen to have only one color for spacious feel. However, if you want to keep the white color, you can add mismatched curtains, chairs, or backsplash to add various colors. You can choose blue polka dot curtains or mint green tiled backsplash. Red small appliances, such as mat and clock will also become adorable touch for your kitchen.

It is okay to remove some hardware that does not match with your style and replace it with the new one. For example, if your cabinet doors are ugly, you can take them away and let your cabinets become open shelves. You can also replace the door with a curtain in vintage fabric with soft color. Nonetheless, some items should not be replaced or thrown away because it can omit the vintage feeling in your kitchen instead.

If you have a rustic chandelier or sconce, or a small old island made from rustic wood, keep them if they still can be used well. Moreover, several used vessels or containers from the past that may look like garbage, actually, can be used as colorful decorations. You just need to clean them and display them in one wall mounted open shelf.

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