Get ready to set your eyes on a unique steel and marble Victorian kitchen that blends Old World charm with fresh modern function!
You might not think of putting contemporary elements like marble and steel in an Old World Victorian kitchen, but this blend is eclectic and charming. The rich marble adds elegance to the ornate trim of the built-in shelves.
A painted vintage hutch gives a nod to the age of the Victorian kitchen with its amazing molding and ceiling trim. I love that the light fixture was kept simple so as not to distract from the details.
Note the ladder on the side of the blue kitchen hutch.
It comes in handy when needing to grab items off the top shelves. The clever owner added a sturdy bar inside the hutch for the ladder to rest on.
The adjacent doors reveal the height of the vintage hutch. I’m guessing that everyday dishes are stored on the bottom shelves while more expensive, less used items reside on the top shelves.
Natural wood floors play against the cool steel cabinets. The old floral oil painting above the stove is a surprising touch. I always love finding unique and unexpected design touches in a room.
What do you think of today’s steel and marble Victorian kitchen tour? I think it’s a fresh approach but not everyone is a fan of stainless steel. My mother, for example, never had stainless steel in her kitchen. She said it showed every fingerprint and water drop, so we always had a ceramic sink.
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