Old is New Again: Vintage Kitchen Fittings yael | January 5, 2014 | Decorating Ideas, Design Inspiration, Design Trends, Fixtures, Home & Design Inspiration, Kitchen, Kitchen Faucets, Quality Bath Products, Remodeling, Trends | 2 Comments Move over, ultra-modern – old-fashioned is now fashionable! With farmhouse sinks all the rage, many are opting for distressed finishes and antiquated pieces for an authentic worn-in look in their kitchens. I am just loving those wood-block countertops! Coppery finishes are beautiful – and popular – in vintage kitchens: Native Trails Hammered Copper Range Hood Whitehaus Beluga Entertainment Faucet Sierra Copper Hampton Sink This classically traditional sink may be fitted into a weathered vanity that is primarily designed for bathroom use, but makes a great conversation piece in vintage-style kitchens too: Sierra Copper Hampton Vanity Pot fillers, bridge faucets, and retro faucets in oil-rubbed bronze or brass finishes complement traditional kitchen decor: Whitehaus Vintage III Pot Filler Waterstone Annapolis Suite Deck-Mount Pot Filler Whitehaus Vintage III Single-Lever Faucet with Side Spray Whitehaus Twisthaus Bridge Faucet with Side Spray Quaint lighted pot racks and appliance pulls are a lower-cost (and low-commitment) option to “traditionalize” your kitchen. Golden Lighting Jefferson Pot Rack Golden Lighting Meridian Pot Rack First Impressions Refrigerator/Appliance Pull Because traditional kitchens are, by definition, classic, your vintage-style kitchen is guaranteed to remain timelessly stylish! 1,942 total views, 1 views today Related Posts Decorating Oktoberfest-Style No Comments | Oct 1, 2014 Super Size Me: Home Edition No Comments | Sep 29, 2014 When to Choose a Granite Sink No Comments | Sep 22, 2014 QB’s Top Ten Lists for Your Home No Comments | Sep 30, 2014 2 Comments martial arts January 21, 2014 Reply Wow, amazing blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is fantastic, as well as the content! Anonymous February 4, 2014 Reply It’s a pity you don’t have a donate button! I’d definitely donate to this outstanding blog! I suppose for now i’ll settle for bookmarking and adding your RSS feed to my Google account. I look forward to fresh updates and will share this site with my Facebook group. Chat soon! Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Comment:* Authenticate this comment using OpenID.