Vintage Kitchenette Looks Like It's from the Future

Vintage Kitchenette Looks Like It's from the Future

Trent Johnson
Jun 30, 2010

If I told you that this Dwyer Kitchenette (pictured above) contained two electric stove elements, a refrigerator with freezer compartment, sink, built-in cupboard and drawer and was lockable, could you believe it was made in 1969? See how it unfolds, after the jump.

For the price of less than a refrigerator, this Dwyer EA400 kitchenette includes all the amenities of a standard kitchen, albeit miniaturized. Listed for sale in Manhattan via TinyHouseBlog and Reenah, it can be yours for the sum of $675.

Features:


  • Two electric stovetops

  • Refrigerator with freezer compartment

  • Sink

  • Bult-in cupboard and drawer

  • Dish draining area

  • Light (on/off/auto)

  • Lockable, with keys

  • Hooks up to electricity (normal 115 volts), water and drain

Purchased new in 1969, it's not one of a kind but is unique. Dwyer is still in existence today, churning out "modular compact kitchens for every budget."

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