we stayed in a vacation cabin on the Gunnison River in CO that had enameled kitchenware and a stove just like these!

we stayed in a vacation cabin on the Gunnison River in CO that had enameled kitchenware and a stove just like these!

Hoosier cabinets, 1898-1940, were compact, free-standing baking centers with a pull-out porcelain counter, a large tilt-out flour bin with built-in sifter, sugar bin, salt box, spice jars, a tin lined bread drawer, canisters, and utensils drawers. Some had a rack for pots and pans and racks on the insides of the top cabinet doors to display measurement charts or recipe cards. Most had a roll-down tambour door to hide away clutter. Most were made of oak. Some had legs, some were on wheels.

Hoosier cabinets, 1898-1940, were compact, free-standing baking centers with a pull-out porcelain counter, a large tilt-out flour bin with built-in sifter, sugar bin, salt box, spice jars, a tin lined bread drawer, canisters, and utensils drawers. Some had a rack for pots and pans and racks on the insides of the top cabinet doors to display measurement charts or recipe cards. Most had a roll-down tambour door to hide away clutter. Most were made of oak. Some had legs, some were on wheels.

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My dream is a HUGE kitchen that combines old world and new. Just a run of modern cabinets is so boring, I want to mix it up with an old world look. BUT if it doesn't have function with in the kitchen ... it's pointlessly wasting square footage.

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