This vintage theme would go SO well in our house. I really see it fitting with the current style of architecture and space. Love the vintage sign and accents. Still feels industrial and bright while also vintage.
Backsplash, open shelves with beautiful brackets, and farmhouse sink with a cool faucet. I love the open shelves and want them throughout my kitchen to display my style of vintage, shabby chic, and a little bit rustic farmhouse.
Blakes London SaveEmail Door-like end panels, rather than the typical Shaker tongue and groove, help this kitchen feel individual. Blake chose a white quartz countertop called Cimstone. “It stains less than Corian and scratches less than marble,” he says.