Quick and Fun Vintage Kitchen Tour

A vintage kitchen adds warmth and charm to a house and it’s always a special treat when you stumble across one. Join me for a quick and fun tour of this appealing and functional kitchen!

Vintage Stove and Dark Green Cabinets in Vintage KitchenPhoto by Urbanology Designs


The stove is clearly the center of attention, but the dark green cabinets and sleek counter top help to show it off. For those of you who are tired of all-white kitchens, this charmer might just be what you’re looking for.

Dark Green Kitchen in a Craftsman HomePhoto by Urbanology Designs


Shelves are neatly arranged and note the “old school” hardware. I have this type of latch on my old built-in cupboards.

Styled Kitchen Shelves with White Dishes, Plants, and Small Landscape PaintingPhoto by Urbanology Designs


A banquette makes great use of space in the corner breakfast nook. An oval table fits quite nicely into place allowing the outside door to open for easy access.

Vintage Breakfast Nook with Banquette in Craftsman Style HomePhoto by Urbanology Designs


I like a dark door against a light wall. The color looks great with the dark green cabinets.

Black Door in Vintage Kitchen with Dark Green CabinetsPhoto by Urbanology Designs


Take a step back and you’ll notice the quirky painted wooden ceiling. The vintage rug adds an additional touch of color. I’ve been thinking of using a similar type rug in my own vintage kitchen which has dark green tile flooring.

Vintage Stove and Dark Green Cabinets in Vintage KitchenPhoto by Urbanology Designs

I think this is such a cute vintage kitchen. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!


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  1. The green really warms the space. I bet the holidays are really warm and cozy in that house. Those of us at home with just hubby and furry ones sure miss some family about now. That stove is gorgeous! I’d love to just have it for decor let alone cook in it:0) Jennifer, I’m still waiting on my paint by number Olive tree purchased at the beginning of March. It is probably the one you saw as well from Max Novelty. Everything comes from Hong Kong so it may be December before I see that…Lol! If I had only known before I ordered! Ha!
    Have a great Day!

  2. Love this kitchen, and i love seeing kitchens anytime. Those cute knobs were on my parents 1890’s house before they remodeled it, i wish i had saved them but, i was young and dumb back then,lol!

  3. I love your beautiful kitchen floor! A rug would be nice to add a change to it.
    I would never replace that beautiful green floor of yours. It makes your kitchen!