Kitchens with classic style and timeless appeal with ideas you can incorporate in your own.
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A tidy 150 square feet, this kitchen has a lofty feel thanks to an all-white color scheme and a vaulted ceiling. Retro diner stools pull up to the table island, which is open below to keep the room feeling airy. | Photo: Laura Moss
A Seaside Cottage Looks Small, Lives Large
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The Art of the Seamless Addition
In 1919, the industrial bakery mixer was downsized to the at-home model we know and love. @KitchenAid | Photo: Yunhee Kim
The kitchen is in the former vet's room and has its original pine ceiling, along with new barn-red cabinets, a vintage Superior stove, and a stone wall. | Photo: Mark Lohman
Homes That Make Us Just So Barn Proud
Windows upon windows give this rustic kitchen an inviting greenhouse feel. | Photo: Chris Luker | thisoldhouse.com
104 Beautiful Kitchens
Hoosier Cabinet: A symbol of modernity in the 1920s, these pieces were prized for built-in conveniences: metal dispensing bins for flour and sugar; spice racks; canisters; and more. We built this beauty from a kit via @Van Dyke's Restorers | Photo: Yunhee Kim
A passageway to the dining room/study replaced a wall of kitchen cabinets to improve the transition between rooms. | Photo: Mark Lohman
A 1900 House With a Comeback Story
Salvaged stove: The refinished shell of an antique wood-burning range encases a new glass cooktop. A black stovepipe masks the ducting that leads to a vent fan in the attic.
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A Cramped Kitchen Opens Up to Make Room for the Whole Family
Is your kitchen lacking decent lighting? Hidden undercabinet fixtures are easier to install than you think.
10 Ways to Spruce Up Tired Kitchen Cabinets
The homeowner saved this must-have salvaged sink for 10 years before lobbying her architect to design the whole kitchen around it.
From Fixer-Upper to Refined Farmhouse
Opened up to the sun, this galley kitchen is blue and white and bright all over, with a vintage Wedgewood stove as its centerpiece.
A Homegrown Kitchen Redo Is a Family Affair
Home-center cabinets and salvaged subway tile take a backseat to a floor of honed marble tile, custom cut to create a stunning three-tone pattern with nearly invisible grout lines. | Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn | thisoldhouse.com
The Hidden Beauty in a 1920s Mediterranean Revival
The furniture-like cabinets and fridge in this kitchen are painted a duo of complementary colors for a bright yet vintage feel. For a similar look, try: Banana Pudding (yellow) and Sprite Twist (green), Pittsburgh PaintsPhoto: Eric Roth | thisoldhouse.com
Color of the Month, May 2014: Hemlock
A custom-made cherry-and-maple butcher block island is positioned between range and sink for easy prep work. | Photo: Lincoln Barbour | thisoldhouse.com
How a resourceful Portland designer reawakened her Victorian kitchen by combining the best of old and new. | Photo: Lincoln Barbour | thisoldhouse.com
As seen in Coastal Living: Striped, polka dot, checkerboard, or plaid, pattern adds spunk to a vanilla kitchen. Here, extra-large diamonds add bold interest and make the space look larger. Patterned floors make all the difference! | thisoldhouse.com
Pretty Painted Floors
A 2-inch-thick slab of walnut butcher block tops a custom worktable by Romar Cabinet and Top Company. Photo: Anthony Tieuli | thisoldhouse.com
From Musty to Must-See Kitchen
Trina Burke of A Country Farmhouse chose custom open shelves for her 1920s kitchen, because they're period-appropriate and allow her to display a rotating selection of family heirlooms. The butcher-block countertops are from Ikea. | Photo: A Country Farmhouse | thisoldhouse.com
Food Bloggers' Best Kitchen Design Ideas
Designed more than 115 years ago, this classic Shaws Original farmhouse sink is simple without being boring, and it's extra deep for washing pots and pans.| Photo: Erica George Dines | thisoldhouse.com