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Vintage Decorations for the Kitchen

Vintage decorations – When it comes to redecorating a kitchen, is a favorite. Many consider the heart of the home’s kitchen and, of course, a room where we spend most of our time, so it made sense to give the decorator style is cool. One style of decorating that is becoming very popular is a retro or vintage style antique decorating and adding to your kitchen can be a fun way to get a new look, as well as get some neat collectibles that you can show to your guests.

Amazing Vintage Decorations

Amazing Vintage Decorations

When vintage decorations, one must consider the colors of the walls, floors, window treatments, furniture and of course accessories. If you want to highlight your patio decor, consider using vintage tile on the walls or painting in vintage colors. Some of the popular color combinations for a vintage kitchen including cream and green, red and white, pink and blue. So you can consider going to the harvest gold or avocado in these days even the 1970’s retro style of the popular green and orange color scheme.

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Window treatments can make a big impact on the look of antique vintage decorations. One of my favorite ways to accent vintage kitchen uses vintage curtains. You can still find great curtain from every era without paying an arm and a leg for them, and if you can’t find something that suits you, you can always cut some antique tablecloth or towels and utensils to make curtains out of them.

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