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Enjoy a stylish blast from the past with a retro kitchen that's full of personality.
Reminiscent of a '50s diner booth, this banquette brings vintage style and ample seating to the kitchen. For dinner, schoolwork, and crafts projects, this seating arrangement is both practical and stylish.
Get the look of a vintage tablecloth with a checkered wall treatment. A midcentury-style stove completes the old-school look with all the modern conveniences needed for today's busy lifestyles.
A classic gathering spot, the raised kidney-shape kitchen bar lets a family prep meals together. It also provides a place for informal meals. Paired with retro stools, the bar reflects a diner look. The glossy cherry red adds energy to the black-and-white palette.
Trimmed with a metal band and a thin line of red fabric, the stools are reproductions of seating options from a bygone era. Open shelves and glass-front cabinets make the perfect stage for displaying vintage dishes or other collector's items.
A vintage appliance can have its place in a modern kitchen, and you don't have to give up any creature comforts. Here, the homeowners put an antique range next to a modern cooktop for a unique blend of old and new. Many new appliances on the market have the look of antiques but all the components of modern technology.
Details make the room when you're trying to create ambience. The red countertop adds personality, and the vintage glass cookie jars are reminiscent of an old corner store.
Give your modern dining area a midcentury twist by pairing a banquette with streamlined midcentury modern chairs. A drum light fixture hung low over the table adds to the ambience.
A full renovation is not necessary to turn your kitchen into a classic. Cherry red diner chairs and a grooved metal edge table are an easy way to put a little sock hop in your home.