Monday, December 29, 2014

13 Ways To Add A Pop of Vintage to Your Kitchen

I describe my decorating style as a little bit of this and a little bit of that. I like what I like and it's not all one thing. One thing I love is adding a touch of vintage here and there. Most recently, I made a new piece of Christmas decor out of a vintage grater. 

I shared this on Hometalk and was so excited when they asked me to curate a board featuring vintage kitchen decor ideas. Some of these are Christmas like this vintage holiday kitchen from House of Hawthornes

or non-seasonal touches like this Rustic Bucket Light from The Summery Umbrella

There are so many ways you can add a vintage touch to your decor; these are just a few. Hope you enjoy the board and visiting the featured projects! 


Our Hopeful Home said...

Great board, Carol! Our style is similar. They were all nice projects but I liked yours the best!:)Happy New Year!

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