Kitchens with classic style and timeless appeal with ideas you can incorporate in your own.
The existing kitchen's pine cupboards, stainless-steel sink, and vintage Hoosier cabinet were salvaged from a Georgia farmhouse. The homeowner lightened up the space with open shelves and snappy paint hues inspired by a retro-style refrigerator. | Photo: Gridley + Graves
Color Charms a Georgia Cabin's Rustic Revival
One large awning window illuminates a U-shaped work zone lined with subway tile. | Photo: Eric Roth
The apron sink sits on a piece of walnut that coordinates with the countertops and reinforces the farmhouse look. | Photo: Ryan Kurtz
To-the-ceiling cabinets and trim, light-reflecting finishes, a built-in plate rack, a tiled toekick, and niches for the fridge, TV, and microwave add function and updated traditional style. | Photo: Ryan Kurtz
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28 Ways to Customize Your Kitchen for Less
The refrigerator fits neatly in a niche that once held the hall coat closet, allowing more cabinet storage. | Photo: Eric Roth
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This kitchen is a generous gathering space with finishes that celebrate both pro function and traditional unfitted-kitchen style. | Photo: Tria Giovan
The Added-On-To, Streamlined, Upgraded Modern Farmhouse
Ask This Old House TV's executive producer hammers out some answers for his own kitchen | Paint: @Benjamin Moore High Park (cabinets), Moonshine (walls)
Double-hung windows and an apron sink echo the period look of this updated farmhouse kitchen | Photo: Tria Giovan
Farmhouse Addition: What's Old is New Again
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In the kitchen, a dramatic accent wall of cabinets anchors the open floor plan. | Photo: Jim Westphalen
1830s Farmhouse Remodel Fit for a Family
Custom cabinets in Sherwin-Williams' Mindful Gray and a showstopping tile backsplash raise the bar in this classic kitchen designed by Houston-based firm Chandos Interiors. | Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
A Busted Open, Brightened Up Kitchen
Updated white cabinets, lime green walls, and a streamlined layout make for a cookspace that's roomy and bright, no matter how many cooks are in the kitchen. Shop this room! Check out the This Old House Shop on @Wayfair.com
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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.