A retro Kitchen Remodel is a great way to add more character to your kitchen and make it stand out from the modern and modular designs. If you have a penchant for a style from the past, there should be nothing stopping you from choosing some old color scheme or décor element to brighten up your home’s food factory.
1. Let the Color Pop
How about creating a backdrop frame of gray plaster and contrasting it with glossy laminate cabinets. If you give orange color to the interior panels in the glass cabinetry on the top, it will create a traditional look. Then place some stainless steel stools to have the perfect retro-plus-contemporary Kitchen Remodel style.
2. Mix Textures
Your Kitchen Remodel can feature adding flat-panel cabinetry to glossy metal handles to create the 50s style. Add a shiny burgundy backsplash to it. Create a built-in table with long pendants over it with matching seating.
You can also give touches to accessories to give a hint to vintage style. The stools, for example, can have a thin line of red fabric along with metal band trimmings. Then you can place vintage collections including dishes in the glass-front cabinets and open shelves.
3. Modular plus Retro
If you want to create a 60s look, an easy strategy is to have a Kitchen Remodel using bamboo cabinets. Then add a retro range hood in blue glass to add color and the vintage effect. Add a wooden island and then place a modular light over it to create the mix of the old and the new.
There is so much more to create a retro feel in your kitchen. Add a little touches of red around otherwise white, black and brown elements. Add lime green slab-front cabinetry to your kitchen or choose white lacquered cabinets with green walls in the background.
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