This elegant kitchen flows seamlessly into the rest of this updated 1940s home. The character in this kitchen, used by adding bright tones and mixing them with vintage inspired elements, perfectly fits the character of this renovated charmer.
The kitchen of this home needed to have character like the rest of this vintage home so designers added bright, bold colors and mixed shiny, smooth textures with vintage favorites. The bright blue backsplash was one of the flashy, glamorous pieces and by mixing that with more traditional cabinets, the space gets a touch of the old world and the new.
To create a glamorous updated kitchen, designers added shiny materials, such as this blue glass tile backsplash, in combination with recycled vintage materials to give the space character to match the rest of this 1940s home.
This 1940s home needed a kitchen whose character matched the rest of the home but still had all of the modern conveniences new constructions enjoy. By mixing different textures, using recycled materials and cement tiles designers were able to achieve a vintage feel in the space. Then, modern, stainless steel appliances were added to add an additional element of glamour to the space.
This home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood, but did not offer the space that a growing family would require. Originally built in the 1940s and featuring solid construction, a complete home renovation made the most sense. The renovation includes an addition on the rear of the home, adds a complete second level with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as opens up the main level to create a highly desirable open concept featuring an office, mudroom and gourmet kitchen.
This Colonial home was built it the early 1940s, so the rooms -- including this living room -- are small. By flooding the space with light and selecting small scale furniture with big details, the space achieves a grand yet uncluttered feel in limited quarters.
This craftsman style home was built in the 1940s and remodeled to preserve the historical character while adding modern amenities. The updated kitchen features Alder cabinetry with glass-front cabinets and an understated backsplash that brings out the warm browns in the wood.
The kitchen in this renovated 1940s Noe Valley home in San Francisco features rich, hardwood cabinets in a sleek, modern design and luxe marble countertops and backsplash. The space, located in the central part of the home is lit by a simple skylight to keep it from feeling too dark.
For the full kitchen remodel of this 1940s south Minneapolis home, the homeowners removed a large wall radiator and replaced it with a toe kick heater, allowing them to capture the whole back wall for added cabinetry and countertop space. The design was created to maintain the historic value of the home.
Todd Davis renovated this 1940s Noe Valley home in San Francisco to open the kitchen up to the adjacent living and dining spaces. A simple skylight lights the interior space while the bold, bright green paint on the back of the cabinetry provides an unexpected burst of color to the sleek look.