Briefly

I want retro appliances in my vintage kitchen!

I want retro appliances in my vintage kitchen!

Vintage do you want this!


Shutterstock

Before equipping your vintage kitchen with the most beautiful retro elements, does the furniture and decoration of it really vintage? Have you in particular thought about decorating your floor? Indeed, why not cover the floor of your kitchen with jolis tiles with vintage patterns as above ? 100% retro atmosphere with this type of floor.

A flashy kettle


Shutterstock

Girls, this kettle is for you! What's more retro than a little brightly colored kettle like this one ? To bring a touch of pep to your kitchen while having a certain utility, this kettle will make people happy! Fuchsia pink, bright yellow, light blue, apple green, purple… any flashy color does the trick. It only remains to choose according to your tastes but especially according to what you will find on the flea markets or garage sales.

A retro toaster


Shutterstock

Another retro element to have absolutely: a vintage-style toaster. Almost essential, it's time to replace your old toaster with a nice retro model that you bought or bought to go to your vintage kitchen.

A vintage microwave


Shutterstock

Red was a very popular color in the 70s and so we find a lot of old household appliances in this color. If you are a fan of flea markets and want to install a new microwave in your kitchen, you will have to get up early to find this kind of model!

A brightly colored fridge


Shutterstock

How about changing your fridge style completely? We see more and more brands emerging from vintage home appliance collections and some models are really pretty. Would you be tempted by a new ultra retro fridge? No need to repaint your walls in yellow, your worktop in purple or your cupboards in pink, just install a nice fridge in a vibrant color and voila!

An old coffee maker


Shutterstock

Notice to all lovers of coffee and vintage, we advise you to find a new small retro coffee maker. To do this, take a step back in time and go into tracking mode to hope to find THE most beautiful of vintage coffee makers.

The ancestor of the food processor


Shutterstock

At the time of our grandmothers, there were not yet ultra-connected devices as we know them now. So what could be more retro than an old food processor

Our grandmothers' blender


Shutterstock

Mixing its juices and smoothies in style is entirely possible thanks to this 100% retro blender ! If the colors are less pop this time, the design is no less vintage. On the internet, on classified ads sites, in recyclers, flea markets or on garage sales, hunt down the most retro blender for your vintage kitchen.

Pop baking trays


Shutterstock

For even more retro, opt squarely for a vintage cooker like this one ! Blue, red, yellow ... it is certain that with a little patience, you will find the model that you like.

70's dishwasher


Shutterstock

If you are doing work in your new house or apartment or you are already furnishing your kitchen, it is time to change your old appliances and opt for a new retro dishwasher! Terms "retro " or "Vintage" don't mean out of use but rather old design, old atmosphere

Dual-use appliances


Shutterstock

Both decorative and useful, this typewriter is actually a coffee maker. So when you're a fan of retro atmospheres, you might as well link business with pleasure and install a kitchen in your kitchen. unique piece found in a flea market or a garage sale like this coffee maker for example! And for those who think it duplicates another coffee maker, display it as a decorative object.

Retro dishes


Shutterstock

It's all well and good to have all this retro artillery for cooking, but without dishes it could be complicated once you have to serve your guests, right? So to play the game to the end, we opt for a small set of dishes with a retro look. Flower bowls, polka dot plates, multi-colored forks… You don't hesitate to let your imagination run wild!