I foresee another vintage kitchen in my future

by brae  

Apparently grandma's 1920s inspired kitchen won't be my one and only vintage inspired kitchen.  :D  I just found another great deal on craigslist for a Victorian stove by Bodo Hennig and a hammered copper range hood.

I've always liked these pieces, though I had no desire to make a full on Victorian kitchen so I've never considered buying them before I saw them on craigslist.

But, it occurred to me there is another build that would benefit from a vintage feel...Jasper Inlet Light.  :D  From the previous photos I posted, it's apparent I won't be making that lighthouse rustic but more high end nautical inspired.  A converted lighthouse, if you will, with all the modern conveniences.

So, I can see this over the top fancy stove and hood in that house.  It fits with the lighthouse history but also seems new, like it might be a modern replica.  I even like this wallpaper (Spring Breeze by Bazzill Basics) and the Greenleaf vinyl tiles with it.  Ideas, ideas.

It seems like this lighthouse is trying to cut in line, but I still think the Brownstone will be next.  I really want to do a completely contemporary build again.


Comment from: Angie Martin Hall [Visitor]

Awesome! That is simply beautiful!

07/02/12 @ 20:11
Comment from: Mad for Mod [Visitor]

It’s not my style, but it’s beautiful!

07/02/12 @ 20:42
Comment from: brae [Member]

It wouldn’t normally be my style, but there’s something about it I really like. :yes:

07/03/12 @ 07:22
Comment from: Iris March & Judith [Visitor]

What a gorgeous stove! That was a good find.

I can’t wait to see where it goes.


07/03/12 @ 11:54
Comment from: Lucille [Visitor]

Brae, what a lucky find! I love the stove, the wallpaper and the tiles. They all complement one another.

07/04/12 @ 08:27
Comment from: brae [Member]

Thank you! :D

07/05/12 @ 08:45

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