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Floating wooden shelves and several dozen glass jars give this modern gray kitchen a nice vintage touch.

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This rose gold Williams-Sonoma toaster will have your kitchen feeling like it’s the 1950s all over again.

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Bulky wooden accents like the mirror and coffee tray make this kitchen the vintage touch it needed.

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Use a reclaimed wooden table as an impromptu island, and add a petite scale to give any kitchen a vintage vibe.

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Take a moment to appreciate the vintage look that this aluminum dining set brings to this kitchen.

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A Smeg fridge is a simple way to make your kitchen feel a bit more old school.

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These stools will make your kitchen feel like it’s conquering the perfect blend of old and new.

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Don’t want to embrace large vintage decor pieces? A few glass sundaes are totally retro, and they don’t compromise the style of your kitchen.

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Exposed lighting and industrial stools transform this whitewashed kitchen into a period piece.

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The modular lighting in this kitchen, paired with the deco-inspired stools makes us feel like we’re in the 1960s!

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Sometimes all your kitchen needs is a vintage ladder to add a bit of character to the space.

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We’re pretty sure this vintage stove speaks for itself.

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A vintage rug stands out in all the right ways in this black and white kitchen

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Pair midcentury stools and a vintage rug together in a modern styled kitchen to make a statement no one can ignore.

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Photography by RALPH LAUREN

Taking a cue from “Mad Men,” every vintage inspired home needs a few decanters to hold their favorite liquors.

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We don’t know about you, but these tins are just about the cutest way to store all your caffeine.

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White and wood make this dining room come to life with vintage details we can’t help but fall in love with.

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Photography by DEBORAH JAFFE

An easy way to add a vintage element to any kitchen (or home in general) is a sleek bar cart.

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A charming tin to hold flour? Yes, please.

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Photography by JASMINE STAR

Retro wooden stools provide an element of refinement in this sleek kitchen.

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Photography by CHRISTINA LILLY

A golden credenza just might be what your kitchen needs — it’s a perfect way to store china, and it can also act as a home bar!

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Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

We could definitely picture ourselves eating breakfast at this vintage inspired bar.

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Antique galvanized canisters give any kitchen an instant vintage factor.

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Aside from being totally Instagram worthy, colorful crystal cups are a great way to incorporate pieces from another era into your kitchen decor.

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Is anyone else loving the plain wooden clock in the background of this kitchen?

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Always say yes to the use of a reclaimed wooden table. Always.

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Photography by HELENA BLOMQVIST VIA LANTLIV

Can’t decide what vintage chairs to decorate with? How about using all of them?

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Photography by Emily Johnstone

This sink fixture is just too beautiful to ignore. We wouldn’t mind cooking in this kitchen at all!

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All you really need are a set of stylish whiskey glasses to complete any retro look.

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In addition to a gorgeous Smeg fridge, opt for a complete wooden makeover to really take your vintage kitchen to the next level.