If your home was built between 1920 and 1930, the original kitchen may have had some of the features below.
Mix of full inset and half-overlay door and drawer styles. While still simple, the addition of half-overlay doors and drawer styles added character.
This 1929 kitchen has the original tile counters and a mix of full inset and half-overlay doors and drawers. Design by Anne De Wolf.
Tile counters. Tile countertops were affordable, durable and could add style to the kitchen.
This 1931 kitchen has tile counters that replicate the hexaganal design typical of the period. Design by Kristyn Bester.
Deco details. Fitting with the glamour of the era, there were often deco details found in the kitchen.
Deco details in a 1929 kitchen. Design by Anne De Wolf.
Freestanding appliances. There was typically an oven, sink and if you were lucky enough, a stand alone fridge.
Freestanding fridge and range in this 1931 kitchen. Design by Kristyn Bester.
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