The 1950s Vintage English Rose Kitchen - Kate Beavis Vintage Expert
Kate Beavis shares her favourite vintage kitchen: the 1950s English Rose kitchen with the modern version by John Lewis of Hungerford
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Should the fixtures and fittings be vintage in your home? - Kate Beavis Vintage Expert
Should the fixtures and fittings be vintage in your home to match your tase or should they match your home?
Mind Blowing Kitchen Countertops Ideas
Though there are various kitchen countertop ideas, it is important we make our selection carefully and design it according to our needs. Not all countertops will suite all kitchens. For instance, i…
Recently I have been asked by Amara to describe my favourite kitchen style for their comprehensive guide to kitchen design. I chose to discuss the 1950s vintage English Rose kitchen which is a firm fa
Craddock all-tiled Art Deco fireplace | Twentieth Century Fireplaces
The Craddock fireplace with its instantly recognisable Art Deco motif has proved to be one of our most popular fireplace designs. Decorative details like this fan were very common in domestic design in homes built in the 1920s and 1930s. This particular fan / sunburst pattern was in fact copied from a stained glass window in a 1932 semi-detached house. The Ivory / blue / gold
This 1930's house in Surrey retains many of the original art deco features including fireplaces in most rooms, original wooden draining boards in kitchen, original tiles in kitchen & bathroom.
30 patterns for vinyl floor tiles from the 1950s
30 authentic 1950s vinyl floor tile patterns -- a catalog of fun and exciting patterns perfect for basement rec rooms inspired by the 1950s.
VCT IN THE KITCHEN? WORKS FOR ME!
After the drama surrounding the drywall, I needed a simple project. Most people would not say installing flooring is simple, but in all honesty, this was! You may remember that I had found a great deal on wood floors for the kitchen. The contractor came highly recommended, his price was right and I really wanted them. But last minute expenses ate into the budget and even though they were a good deal, we could no longer afford them. I came to this realization on a Tuesday. By Wednesday I had…
Our English Rose Kitchen: Corner unit
My husband made the chrome/formica shelves to match the curved corners on the English Rose units. Window is replacement Crittalls, glazed with hand-made glass. Installed about 2001.