Furnishing and Equipping your Kitchen With Flea Market Finds and Period Pieces

Book - 2014
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Kitchenalia is an inspiring guide to putting together a unique and creative kitchen using reclaimed and reinvented surfaces, furniture, objects and equipment. The pieces of furniture you choose, and the objects you love to collect and display are what elevate a kitchen beyond being a purely functional space in which to prepare and cook food. They imbue it with warmth and make it a place where family and friends want to spend time together. Period pieces, whether farmhouse furniture, salvaged surfaces, vintage textiles or retro cooking utensils and gadgets, are the antithesis of the mass-produced modern alternatives and have a timeless integrity. Sourcing such items from flea markets and antiques fairs is a unique and rewarding way to kit out a kitchen. This book presents all the elements you would want, and shows how to put them together in different interpretations of the look, from country to utilitarian, classic white to retro.
Publisher: London : Jacqui Small, 2014
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781909342491
Branch Call Number: 747.797 L5161K 2014
Characteristics: 224 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm


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Jul 07, 2016

It was a lot of pictures and nice visuals, but not a lot of tips or information on how to achieve the looks.


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