Embrace the retro trend with these ideas for how to add decor from the ‘40s, ‘50s, and ‘60s into your kitchen. We’ll show you how to create a modern yet retro kitchen, that won’t go out of style anytime soon, by adding tiles, colors, and appliances that have a unique look.
A ceramic subway-tile backsplash, sleek marble countertops, crisp white open shelving on top, and Shaker-style cabinets on bottom create a monochromatic look in this small-space kitchen in Hot Springs, Ark. (Photo: Alexandra Rowley); via Apartment therapy
Replace conventional shelves with sliding drawers for easier access to your cooking essentials. Deep shelves on top and pullout drawers below offer abundant storage in a compact form and make it easy to do a quick visual inventory. White double doors match the kitchen’s style and hide the collection of dry goods. /