Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Past and Future Now This transitional kitchen combines warm wood cabinets with the simplicity of subway-tile-covered walls, understated Roman shades and minimal accessories. Stainless choices, industrial pendants and a muted geometric rug are more marriages between contemporary and traditional that define this design approach. Gray and White Done Right Traditional white raised-panel cabinets get a contemporary accent in the gray flooring, countertop and wall color choice in this transitional kitchen. Touches of black in the traditional pendant lighting and the contemporary island stools ground the scheme firmly in this comfortable and classy style. Contemporary, Not Cold This contemporary kitchen dominated by bright-white cabinetry and flooring is sleek, clean and anything but sterile. Watery blue touches in the backsplash and the frosted-glass-front cabinets, along with a bright green vase and woven dining chairs add punches of color without taking away from the overall look. Contemporary Kitchen Choices A thorough lighting plan that highlights the wood cabinetry along the top, counter and floor makes this windowless kitchen functional. It also balances the shiny stainless appliances. A striking striped rug is the only shot of color. Today’s Traditional Kitchen Lots of rich, dark cabinetry is a feast for the eyes in this kitchen and adjoining dining room. It’s cleverly balanced with large areas of white while the stainless choices sprinkled throughout keep it all current. Black, White & Warm All Over Classic colors, pewter hardware, generous crown molding and gauzy window treatments are all signatures of traditional style. This kitchen’s wooden floor and cotton scatter rug ground the room and are durable choices that keep up with the hardworking, calm space. Make Mine Modern Plants and cooking essentials are the only decorations in this modern kitchen, yet it’s interesting and perfectly reflects the homeowner’s personal style. Black leather bar chairs and a matching couch bring out the track lighting and stainless appliance accents. Ceiling-height cabinetry with sleek pulls provides plenty of storage and enhances the space’s minimal aesthetic. Stir Up Modern Style What would you do with all that streamlined storage space? This modern kitchen keeps anything not tucked away organized and within reach on polished surfaces, shelves and racks. A neutral palette allows any cook’s creations to take center stage. Dual-Function Kitchen This country kitchen was designed for cooking and eating. A wooden table, painted chairs and glass-front cabinets displaying white dishes cover the dining needs. Essential kitchen elements like the unique take on beadboard cabinets, braided scatter rugs, a large farmhouse sink, the white-washed hardwood floor plus a liberal use of black all combine into one welcoming room. Cool Country Country kitchens get the job done and this one does it stylishly. The elements — painted paneling, beadboard cabinets, a butcher-block island countertop, open shelving, a simple striped valance, a resourceful cookbook nook and mouth-blown glass pendant lights — come together to create a design that looks as great as it works.
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Dual-Function Kitchen This country kitchen was designed for cooking and eating. A wooden table, painted chairs and glass-front cabinets displaying white dishes cover the dining needs. Essential kitchen elements like the unique take on beadboard cabinets, braided scatter rugs, a large farmhouse sink, the white-washed hardwood floor plus a liberal use of black all combine into one welcoming room.
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

This country kitchen was designed for cooking and eating. A wooden table, painted chairs and glass-front cabinets displaying white dishes cover the dining needs. Essential kitchen elements like the unique take on beadboard cabinets, braided scatter rugs, a large farmhouse sink, the white-washed hardwood floor plus a liberal use of black all combine into one welcoming room.
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Currently, one of the most popular retro kitchen cabinet designs is midcentury modern. This design aesthetic has a vintage feel yet is currently seen in some of the most modern kitchens. This is because midcentury modern design features streamlined, angular lines and specific highlighted geometric shapes. Cabinetry of this era tends to be more sleek and seamless, with minimal adornment and greater emphasis placed on function and solid construction rather than on decorative flair. Additionally, midcentury modern cabinets come in a variety of colors and can be purchased from many home improvement or design stores.
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Another popular approach to a retro kitchen is to design a kitchen that emulates post-war 1950s American style. This classic style features sharp angles, exaggerated curves and futuristic space-age design elements. Retro kitchen cabinets reflecting this era are often done in bold, bright colors such as red, blue or green. They are usually finished in high gloss and feature sleek, large chrome hardware to accentuate their look.
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Dated No More Retro kitchens certainly have their virtues but, for most homeowners, dated cabinets are not an asset. Luckily, all that was needed to bring this kitchen into the modern age was a fresh coat of paint and a little ingenuity. Related: 10 Design Essentials for the Perfect Retro Kitchen
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

Retro kitchens certainly have their virtues but, for most homeowners, dated cabinets are not an asset. Luckily, all that was needed to bring this kitchen into the modern age was a fresh coat of paint and a little ingenuity. Related: 10 Design Essentials for the Perfect Retro Kitchen
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Vintage Kitchen Cabinets

This transitional kitchen combines warm wood cabinets with the simplicity of subway-tile-covered walls, understated Roman shades and minimal accessories. Stainless choices, industrial pendants and a muted geometric rug are more marriages between contemporary and traditional that define this design approach.
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This contemporary kitchen dominated by bright-white cabinetry and flooring is sleek, clean and anything but sterile. Watery blue touches in the backsplash and the frosted-glass-front cabinets, along with a bright green vase and woven dining chairs add punches of color without taking away from the overall look.
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Past and Future Now This transitional kitchen combines warm wood cabinets with the simplicity of subway-tile-covered walls, understated Roman shades and minimal accessories. Stainless choices, industrial pendants and a muted geometric rug are more marriages between contemporary and traditional that define this design approach.
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Contemporary, Not Cold This contemporary kitchen dominated by bright-white cabinetry and flooring is sleek, clean and anything but sterile. Watery blue touches in the backsplash and the frosted-glass-front cabinets, along with a bright green vase and woven dining chairs add punches of color without taking away from the overall look.
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Retro kitchens certainly have their virtues but, for most homeowners, dated cabinets are not an asset. Luckily, all that was needed to bring this kitchen into the modern age was a fresh coat of paint and a little ingenuity.
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Country kitchens get the job done and this one does it stylishly. The elements — painted paneling, beadboard cabinets, a butcher-block island countertop, open shelving, a simple striped valance, a resourceful cookbook nook and mouth-blown glass pendant lights — come together to create a design that looks as great as it works.
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Cool Country Country kitchens get the job done and this one does it stylishly. The elements — painted paneling, beadboard cabinets, a butcher-block island countertop, open shelving, a simple striped valance, a resourceful cookbook nook and mouth-blown glass pendant lights — come together to create a design that looks as great as it works.
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Classic colors, pewter hardware, generous crown molding and gauzy window treatments are all signatures of traditional style. This kitchen’s wooden floor and cotton scatter rug ground the room and are durable choices that keep up with the hardworking, calm space.
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Black, White & Warm All Over Classic colors, pewter hardware, generous crown molding and gauzy window treatments are all signatures of traditional style. This kitchen’s wooden floor and cotton scatter rug ground the room and are durable choices that keep up with the hardworking, calm space.
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From the heart of Amish country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Quality builds all kinds of kitchen, bathroom and media cabinetry in a full range of styles from Traditional to European Modern. They share our commitment to quality materials, durable construction and timeless design. Quality is very highly regarded as a national leader in cabinet quality and style and they feature especially beautiful finishes.