By Evelyne Eric. Kitchen. Published at Sunday, March 04th, 2018 - 23:30:37 PM.
Thankfully, in either style, light fixtures matter. A simple change can really do wonders for the look of your space. If you’re redecorating to mix these styles, it’s time to say goodbye to that old fluorescent light and switch to something eye-catching. Consider adding a light fixture with an exposed Edison bulb. Milk glass is also the perfect addition to a light fixture to give your kitchen a vintage look, but make the light a bit less harsh.
If you’re looking for a truly authentic way to integrate vintage and modern décor together, try finding vintage plates, bowls and serving ware. Antique stores and consignment shops are often a great place to find these beautiful pieces. They’ll also be a unique talking point when you’re entertaining. If you’d rather skip the hunt, there are plenty of vintage-looking serving sets available at your local home goods store. Look for ceramic, white and porcelain if possible. Florals and stripes work well here.
If you’re looking for a new way to redecorate your kitchen but don’t want to spend a lot of money on new furniture, look at what you can do with what you have. Painting your kitchen table and chairs is a great way to refresh your look and can be done in less than a week. Use these tips to get started on your next DIY paint project.
Stone is always in, especially when it comes to slate. It can create a cozy atmosphere within your kitchen. They come in various shapes and sizes so you can opt to create a pattern unique to your style, while still making it a timeless feature.
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