Period-Perfect Kitchens

Kitchens with classic style and timeless appeal with ideas you can incorporate in your own.
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Check out this expansive wall of light gray cabinets--each with a purpose--in a former church-turned-home for a family of six by HSH Interiors!

This kitchen by Interior Designer J. Randall Powers features bold lower custom cabinets painted in a rich green strié effect with more traditional upper cabinets in Sherwin-Williams's Roman Column.

A white La Cornue range trimmed out in handsome brass and stainless sets the stage for this kitchen remodeled by A Lacquered Life.

Eye-catching trim in finishes like brushed brass gives this 30-inch gas range a little attitude. Pro-style Btus and a convection oven make it hardworking, too. Design mavens will like its 24-inch depth, so it's flush with cabinets, and the choice of six colors, including this French blue. Classic 1900 Series Stove, about $4,895; bigchill.com

From dumpy and dated 1970's-style kitchen to timeless classic. Check out the transformation here.

Black and white and brass may be trending now. But it's also sure to be a timeless look. Loving this one.

Custom panels help this built-in refrigerator melt into its surroundings.

Floor-to-ceiling shades of gray interrupted by a few warm wood tones gives this modern kitchen a sophisticated vibe.

Kitchen cabinets with red tin panel inserts. Fun!

The U-shaped kitchen layout of the TOH North Shore Farmhouse Project revolves around a large marble-topped center island ideal for entertaining. Industrial touches include black hardware and steel-legged stools.

An apron-front sink, antiqued-brass bin pulls, honed soapstone, and a mix of painted and wood cabinets create a homey, rustic-modern mix.

A renovated cook space, with a mix of painted and richly grained walnut cabinets, blends the best of old and new. See the rest here.

From interior stylist Matthew Gleason, one of the happiest kitchens we've ever seen.

A wheeled island contributes a staging area for dishes en route to the dining room in this cottage kitchen.

Slide-out shelves and pull-out drawers make this kitchen built-in the perfect staging station for setting the table.

Classic aqua and red retro kitchenette. Sweet.

GE Artistry appliances in white seem fresh and yet right at home in this traditional kitchen.

From the Nato's: original built-ins are given new life with a fresh coat of paint, brass hardware and a subway-tile backsplash.

A classic kitchen combo that will never go out of style: Crisp white cabinets, Calacatta marble, rich wood trim and aged brass hardware and faucets.

A white kitchen with lofty ceilings is grounded by IKEA base cabinets, kitchen-island cabinets, and glossy doors in black.

For this kitchen redo, the existing upper cabinets were salvaged and the lower cabinets rebuilt with Shaker-style doors and brass hardware found on eBay. The industrial-style faucet adds function to a classic-look farmhouse sink.

Interior designer Denise Welch-May united this kitchen and breakfast nook with soft greens, blues, yellows, red accents, and a reclaimed-barn-wood floor that has a checkerboard stain.

Easy-to-access upper shelving features plenty of storage space. Lower shaker-style cabinets are painted in the same crisp white to give this kitchen a clean, cohesive look.

Brass accents lend a timeless (and yet thoroughly current) look to this Brooklyn apartment kitchen.

Food blogger, photographer, stylist, writer, recipe developer, and teacher Beth Kirby of Local Milk needed a kitchen to match her tall job description. Design/construction team Percy Bright and Tara Mangini of Jersey Ice Cream Co. gladly stepped up to the task. See the whole kitchen here.