Monday, September 13, 2010

A New "Vintage" Kitchen - from 1990's Modern to a Classic 1920's Kitchen

This lovely bungalow in the heart of Old Towne had a large but modern kitchen (with honey-colored cabinetry, granite and stainless steel appliances).  Although it was functional, it really did not fit the 1920's style of the home.

So, we were called in to turn it back to as close to what a 1920's kitchen would look like, but with a few mid-century retro touches (Big Chill appliances and checkered flooring).


The resulting look is fantastic and a much better fit for a classic 1920's Craftsman bungalow home.

See BEFORE and AFTER pictures below:


BEFORE Pictures of the Kitchen






AFTER Pictures of the Kitchen



















To see more kitchens we've done, click here to go to Kitchens under the Project Photos section.


Good Home Construction, CA Lic. #852240 333 El Camino Real, #101, Tustin, CA 92780 714-743-5053 info@goodhomeconstruction.com www.goodhomeconstruction.com

A New "Vintage" Kitchen - from 1990's Modern to a Classic 1920's KitchenSocialTwist Tell-a-Friend

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks great!

Are those zinc countertops or soapstone? Difficult to tell from the pics.

Good Home Construction said...

It's neither. It's quartz from Caesarstone.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Could you please tell me: in the New "Vintage" Kitchen - from 1990's Modern to a Classic 1920's Kitchen-
1-the brand and color paint on the walls
2-the brand and color tiles
3-the brand and color of the countertops
4-brand of stove hood.
I love this kitchen!
Thank you so much!
Maureen

Good Home Construction said...

Hello,

For 1 - we did not keep track of the brand and color of paint the homeowner selected. We usually use Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams.

2-Kira tile in Waterford Green. These tiles are sold through our design studio.

3-Caesarstone countertop in Raven polished.

4-The stove hood is from Omega Cabinetry, which is also sold through our design studio.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I agree, you did a marvelous job on this kitchen. It's clean and cheerful and very authentic looking. Could you please tell me the color of the floor tiles? I see in the Cottages & Bungalows magazine that they are Armstrong VCT vinyl tiles, but I couldn't identify the colors (both the green and the white) on the Armstrong website. Thank you for any information you could give me about these tiles--I do love the look of the entire room!

Good Home Construction said...

The Armstrong tile colors are Cirque White and Willow Green.

Unknown said...

Im curious the brand of the faucet for the kitchen sink? I can't seem to find any like that!

Related Posts with Thumbnails