Kitchen: Old-World Glamour
One day we'll update our kitchen from from industrial/farmhouse to ... New York/romantic? Here are some ideas I love.
Old silver-plated flatware that you can find cheaply at antique shops and flea markets adds depth to a store-bought set
Creating an eclectic vintage look is possible by collecting single pieces of china or flatware from thrift stores and antique fairs. Most pieces are low-cost, so it's a fun way to shop without the guilt!
Black & white kitchen. ("This breakfast room is lit by French doors on either side and a picture window behind the long table. Designed by Berkley Vallone and Caroline DeCesare. Featured in March 2008 issue of House Beautiful.")