White Transitional Kitchen With Vintage Green Stove
To ensure the vintage apple green stove remains the kitchen's focal point, designer Regina Bilotta ditched the original plan of dark, stained kitchen cabinets, deciding to paint them a bright white instead.
Layering different shades of white and off-white is a wonderful way to make this kitchen feel warm and approachable. Creamy cabinets look lovely against the marble backsplash. For fun, can't beat a blue stove!
Look for the undertones. It can be a challenge to create a cozy atmosphere in a kitchen space. The trick is to use a white paint that leans toward ivory or has subtle peach undertones. These types of whites pair well with honey-toned wood finishes, and together they can add a surprising amount of warmth and calm to a large space.
Yellow Kitchen Banquette with Vintage Red, White and Blue Pillows
The red-striped pillow on this kitchen banquette was made from an antique French flour sack, but you can create a similar look using vintage dish towels, says author Susan Sully. For a weekend craft, make no-sew accent pillows with the dish towels or another fabric of your choosing to add color to your kitchen.
This rustic kitchen space features a large painted green kitchen island with a gray stone fireplace that acts as a divider between the two breakfast bar areas. White stools and several pendant lights add modern touches to the space, while a vintage stove lends a retro vibe.
This kitchen's cooking area features a vintage cream-colored enamel stove and range hood. White drawers with black countertops are situated on either side of the stove, while glass front cabinets provide visible storage for colorful pitchers and other kitchen items.
The blue cabinets and kitchen island drawers stand out against the white walls and countertops. The backsplash area behind the stove is made of white tiles, while the kitchen island countertop is made of white marble.
Two stylistically different backsplashes are used in the vintage-inspired kitchen. Behind the stove are teal-blue vertical tiles extending to the ceiling, while the adjacent wall features dark gray penny-round and is finished with bone white grout to accent the shape of the tiles.