Look We Love: Vintage Details in the Kitchen

Look We Love: Vintage Details in the Kitchen

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Nancy Mitchell
Jan 24, 2016
(Image credit: Lina Ostling)

While super-modern kitchens are also very lovely, lately we've been seeing a lot of stylish kitchens that incorporate one or more vintage elements. Whether it's a vintage-style stove or refrigerator or a antique pie safe, adding something old (or something that just looks old) to your kitchen will give it an intriguing dose of texture and history.

In this kitchen from Lina Ostling, vintage drawers, fitted into a little nook, meld perfectly with more modern details.

(Image credit: Inside Out)
(Image credit: Inside Out)

A lovely modern kitchen gets an extra dose of character from a vintage-style AGA stove. Image from Inside Out.

(Image credit: Homelife)

Vintage pieces provide extra storage and workspace in this kitchen from Homelife.

(Image credit: Vogue Living)

A Smeg refrigerator spotted in a kitchen from Vogue Living, via Style Carrot.

(Image credit: CWB Architects)

This modern kitchen from CWB Architects beautifully incorporates a vintage cabinet.

(Image credit: Lonny)

A vintage-style faucet in a lovely kitchen from Lonny.

(Image credit: Turbulences Deco)

An antique cabinet displays glassware in a kitchen from Turbulences Deco.

(Image credit: Bo Bedre)

A vintage wall-hung cabinet is a great way to add a little extra storage to your kitchen, as seen on Bo Bedre.

(Image credit: Anna Gillar)

A vintage sink in a space from Anna Gillar.

(Image credit: Desire to Inspire)

This kitchen from Desire to Inspire has a vintage-style apron-front sink and taps.

(Image credit: Svenngaarden)

And finally, an antique island adds a lovely bit of texture and contrast to a modern kitchen from Svenngaarden.

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