A New Kitsch-en

Bring A Touch Of Vintage To Your Home

In a world of hi tech appliances, modern innovations and white cabinets upon even whiter walls, it’s nice to get rid of the fresh look and take a step in the vintage direction.

Vintage doesn’t always have to mean stuffy florals and drab colours, instead opt for richness and elegance with your kitchen choice and design.

Firstly choose the Leighton Grey, a traditional Shaker style combined with solid wood worktops that mixes classic with contemporary. The rounded corners give a softer feel that lend itself perfectly to vintage and more traditional styles.

A dining room attached to your kitchen is perfect for families and people who like to entertain but it is vital you get a consistent flowing theme throughout both. Before you start deciding on paint shades it is recommended you paint everything white to spend time getting a feel for the light before deciding on colours.

To create a true vintage French feel, reminiscent of a rural, traditional café, accessorise with industrial style pendant lighting in a bold black – buy two or three to hang over an island or dining table.

Finally continue the warm wood feel from your worktops and adorn your kitchen and dining room with wood art pieces and crates that create storage while also looking incredibly stylish. Stags are a trend set to stay for 2016, choose cushions, ornaments and throws to decorate your space.

Tags: Kitchen, Designs