vintage kitchen decor we still use now
make your kitchen look straight out of "mad men."
Published Jun 14, 2016 5:00 AM
Floating wooden shelves and several dozen glass jars give this modern gray kitchen a nice vintage touch.
This rose gold Williams-Sonoma toaster will have your kitchen feeling like it’s the 1950s all over again.
Bulky wooden accents like the mirror and coffee tray make this kitchen the vintage touch it needed.
Use a reclaimed wooden table as an impromptu island, and add a petite scale to give any kitchen a vintage vibe.
Take a moment to appreciate the vintage look that this aluminum dining set brings to this kitchen.
A Smeg fridge is a simple way to make your kitchen feel a bit more old school.
These stools will make your kitchen feel like it’s conquering the perfect blend of old and new.
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.
Exposed lighting and industrial stools transform this whitewashed kitchen into a period piece.
The modular lighting in this kitchen, paired with the deco-inspired stools makes us feel like we’re in the 1960s!
Sometimes all your kitchen needs is a vintage ladder to add a bit of character to the space.
We’re pretty sure this vintage stove speaks for itself.
A vintage rug stands out in all the right ways in thisblack and white kitchen
Pair midcentury stools and a vintage rug together in a modern styled kitchen to make a statement no one can ignore.
Taking a cue from “Mad Men,” every vintage inspired home needs a few decanters to hold their favorite liquors.
We don’t know about you, but these tins are just about the cutest way to store all your caffeine.
White and wood make this dining room come to life with vintage details we can’t help but fall in love with.
An easy way to add a vintage element to any kitchen (or home in general) is a sleek bar cart.
A charming tin to hold flour? Yes, please.
Retro wooden stools provide an element of refinement in this sleek kitchen.
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!
We could definitely picture ourselves eating breakfast at this vintage inspired bar.
Antique galvanized canisters give any kitchen an instant vintage factor.
Aside from being totally Instagram worthy, colorful crystal cups are a great way to incorporate pieces from another era into your kitchen decor.
Is anyone else loving the plain wooden clock in the background of this kitchen?
Always say yes to the use of a reclaimed wooden table. Always.
Can’t decide what vintage chairs to decorate with? How about using all of them?
This sink fixture is just too beautiful to ignore. We wouldn’t mind cooking in this kitchen at all!
All you really need are a set of stylish whiskey glasses to complete any retro look.
In addition to a gorgeous Smeg fridge, opt for a complete wooden makeover to really take your vintage kitchen to the next level.