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.
Colorful roman shade in kitchen sink window
PATTERNS UNDER FOOT Designer Steven Gambrel used black, white, and gray French tiles to accentuate the European flavor of this bright kitchen in Southampton, New York.
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!
Love the white cream paint wall colors with dark floors and black molding! Fantastic mid-century modern living room design with ebony stained trim. Black painted fireplace and built-ins shelves cabinets. Black wood floors! Modern floor lamp, glass canisters vases, modern chandelier and modern dining room furniture. Black moldings, black trim,
Wow. What if we painted our trim this dark brown or black? It looks from the same era, judging by the shape of the molding. I'm intrigued by this sophisticated look. Jessica Helgerson Design Sponge
Gray tones, chandelier, old tin plates.
Love the dark beams above a creamy kitchen
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.")
"Spare Aesthetic. In a kitchen designed by Susan Tully, an Aga range works beautifully with the spare aesthetic. The simple black-and-white color scheme adds a nice touch." (House Beautiful)
Subway tile backsplash, and check out that hanging light! (Benjamin Dhong I.D.)
Black lower cabinets, white upper cabinets, white marble and black window frames. Also love the old table and beat-up chairs.