5 Ways to Add Vintage Style to Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is the heart of your home. This is where you cook wonderful meals, where the family gathers around and there are also times when this is where you eat. Having a kitchen that is unique and has your own personal style will make it even more welcoming. One of the things that you can do for your kitchen is add some uniqueness to it by giving it a touch of vintage. Here we have 5 ways to add vintage style to your kitchen.

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Vintage Appliances

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This is a huge style statement in your kitchen. Now that you want to add a vintage feel to your kitchen, you would stick to vintage appliances. The good news is that there are many vintage-looking kitchen appliances which work well too. In fact, some of them are even more hi-tech than those appliances that look so modern. There are lots of companies out there that offer and reproduce vintage appliances that you might want to check out.

Change Your Curtains

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This is also a big statement in the kitchen because most of the time, they take up the most space. Go for retro-styled curtains. These are very easy to find nowadays. Go for vintage prints that are whimsical. There are also retro fabrics that you can purchase, which will allow you to make your own or have a custom design for your preference.

Kitchen Lighting

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Good lighting is very crucial in your kitchen. You can make use of a vintage light in your kitchen since we’re adding a vintage style to it. There are large crystal chandeliers that you might want to consider. Actually, there are plenty of vintage lights in the market today because it’s trendy. However, keep in mind that the design and the price vary.

Change Your Kitchen Paint Color

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This is actually the easiest way to add a vintage charm to your kitchen. However, it takes a lot of time. You can go for mint colors, which were very popular during the 1930s, or if you want more of the yellows, greens, blues and reds just like in the 1940s you can do so. For pastel colors, this is perfect during the 1950s but if you want the 70s feel, then go for warm earth tones.

Furniture

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Consider getting a dinner table, or maybe some vintage bar stools for your kitchen counters. There are also vintage cabinets that you can find for your kitchen.

These are the 5 ways to add vintage style to your kitchen. As you can see, these ways are very fun to do! You don’t necessarily have to spend a lot of money on them, though. You just have to look for the best deals in your area. Research is key when looking for vintage stuff. Try visiting some vintage stores and checking out the stuff that they offer. Have a list and narrow it down, and once you have it all figured out, go and make your kitchen vintage!

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