Here's a kitchen look that we can't get enough of: new kitchens that look old. If you love Shaker cabinets and soapstone counters and weathered woods and farmhouse sinks, you're in for a real treat.
Above: The cabinet detailing helps to lend a laid-back, old-world vibe to this kitchen from Woon Stijl, but for me it's the soapstone countertops that really steal the show. Don't you just want to run your hands along them?
There are so many things to love in this kitchen from Skona Hem — the new oven with the old styling, the range hood, the marble countertops and backsplash, the subtle difference in color between the upper and lower cabinets, that gorgeous tile.
From Dustjacket Attic, a simpler take on the look that still preserves its old-school appeal.
There are so many ways a hunter green kitchen with pedimented cabinets could have gone wrong — but this one, from Houzz, is so right.
A kitchen spotted on At No. 67 marries antique cabinets and modern appliances.
A cottage-style kitchen from House and Garden in a particularly delicious shade of dark blue.
This kitchen, from House and Garden, is stately enough for a manor house — but functional enough for a modern cook.
The two-tone paint job lends a modern edge to an old-style kitchen from British Standard.
This kitchen from Homelife charms with Shaker cabinets and an antique table. The white floor and walls add a certain modernity and lightness to the space.
And on Jim & Laura's Light-Filled Providence Colonial, a modern kitchen blends seamlessly into a home that's more than 200 years old.