Find expert tips for fixing up old kitchens, including ideas for sinks, countertops, flooring and other decor ideas in a wide variety of styles.
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Filled with personality, this New England farmhouse kitchen is well planned—and has patina.
Beadboard remnants, a found sink, and a nostalgic photo lead to a vintage-style kitchen for a house in Everett, Washington.
A wonderful Victorian kitchen and pantries fit this 1861 house.
Strong color unifies a revival kitchen in a 1910 Seattle house.
With the look of a butler’s pantry full of built-ins, it’s family-friendly.
Design considerations for hiding modern amenities and creating credible period homes.
If you’re lucky enough to have a vintage sink in your kitchen, it’s probably one of the things you treasure most about the house.
Most homebuyers would tear out a 1940s postwar kitchen; this owner went in the opposite direction.
The specs are confusing, quality and pricing all over the map. Here’s a stab at untangling the choices.
Ideas from every era for old-house kitchen shelving.
Mediterranean color meets Craftsman design in a joyfully restored house in Portland, Oregon.
Despite remodelings and our expectation of modern function, the old-house kitchen is a favorite space, often exuding atmosphere.
These examples show it’s possible to combine old and new to create a traditional yet comfortable kitchen.
Barnes Vanze Architects designs a real cook's kitchen for a Mid-Atlantic Mediterranean.
A keen regard for period details by a Seattle homeowner resulted in this kitchen design.
From cabinets and flooring to tile, lighting, and hardware, it’s the details that usher a white kitchen into the right decade. Keep in mind that white hasn’t always meant bright white, either.
Remaking the kitchen in a 1912 English Arts & Crafts house.
There’s a reason why resilient flooring types and ceramic tile are the go-to floorings for utility areas in the home.
Ingenious ways and means for storing items in early homes teach us about beauty with utility.
Inside an addition to an old house in Pennsylvania, this new but timeless kitchen is a simple room with all of its details well-considered.
Incorporating repurposed elements kept a modern room warm and in sync with the 1905 house.
A light dusting won't cut it in this most hardworking of rooms.
An old cabinet with great style and a zillion drawers, beadboard, a separate pantry: there’s lots to love about this space.
Dos and don’ts of designing an outdoor kitchen.
Owners of this 1913 house turned back the clock on some intrusive remodelings.
Complete system to air dry shower stalls using blasted air thru a series of nozzles integrated into the ceiling of the shower stall.
No more clammy bathroom. No more wet follow up showers.