Retro kitchens are funky, charming and quite playful too. They utilize fun colors, vintage pieces and a personality that you can‘t find anywhere else. And today we‘re showing you how to conjuring one right inside your own home. Check out these 20 elements to use when creating a retro kitchen and start getting busy with your redesign or renovation today! A checkered tile floor is an absolute must when creating a true retro kitchen. Black and white is the classic, timeless option but red and white works too if you want something a bit bolder. Add polka dots wherever you deem fit. They add a bit of femininity to the space but they also help create that funky, vintage feel that retro kitchens draw their personality out of. Think linens when it comes to this print as they’ll play nice. Red evokes that playful nature that retro styles have, especially when playing with diner styles. Use it as a main color or in your accents for a beautiful contrast to your stark neutrals.
A special leak detection system alerts owners if there is a leak, helping to prevent any major water damage in case something goes wrong. Bosch appliances presented a number of new appliances, including a coffee station and dishwasher, many of which can now be connected wirelessly with control systems like Alexa and Nest. Coffee lovers will adore the built-in automatic coffee machine. Of course, it makes all the coffee drinks like espressos, cappuccinos, lattes and such, but the best thing is its programmable functions. You can start your morning coffee while you’re still getting ready. If you’re having guests, you can pre-program their favorite coffee drinks so it makes entertaining easier. Best of all, it can be installed without a water line for manual filling, allowing you to have one just about anywhere. Bosch has been known for the quietest dishwashers, and now the company has added a third shelf. Called the MyWay Rack, it allows for more flexibility in the way the dishwasher is loaded. The third rack at the top is deep enough for cereal bowls and can accommodate large cooking utensils. It also has a silverware insert tray. The specially angled top shelf allows you to place stemware in the shelf underneath in a stable way that prevents the glasses from clanking together.
That glass is called a coupe. Yet another lovely example of glassware that has a vintage touch, but those metallic polka dots will keep it from looking too kitchy on your bar cart. What's better than a set of gilded chevron glasses? A set of gilded chevron glasses with a matching decanter. These guys will look amazing next to your tiny fancy appetizers. For the young hosts, provide a few of these phrase glasses on your bar cart this New Years. I wouldn't blame you if you put a patterned paper straw in them just for kicks. Get ready to be amazed. These glasses… are shatter-proof. If you know that a guest you're inviting usually partakes of a little too much, make sure they get one of these so you don't have to clean up broken glass later.
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