One of our real strengths at Vintage Kitchens is the ability to design new kitchens that reflect traditional architectural styles yet they function like thoroughly modern kitchens -- as new kitchens should... read more below
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This kitchen in a stately old Federal style brick home features Quality Custom Cabinets
An English fireclay sink and white 'subway' tile are some of the meticulous details that pull together this little gem of a kitchen featuring Signature Custom Cabinetry.
This hilltop farmhouse features our own Vintage Custom Cabinetry with Federal style details that are a close match to original details elsewhere in the home. The pine accent pieces & wide board table top were made from the owner's salvaged antique wood.
This kitchen in an historic New England bungalow includes a charming mix of new and salvaged pieces
A great old country home, tastefully appointed by preservation minded owners. The cabinetry is a mix of traditional paint finishes and classic mahogany that harkens back to New Hampshire's heritage of fine furniture craftsmen, while at the same time it accommodates today's efficient modern amenities.
This kitchen features handplaned wood with a milk paint finish, artistically distressed to create a sense of age.
This kitchen in a unique old double house features cabinets built to our design by Signature Custom Cabinetry
This Signature painted kitchen is in a wonderful old house painstakingly moved and rebuilt in this "West Edge" location in the early 1900's.
Beautiful large and open kitchen in an 1826 farmhouse ell, featuring Quality Cabinetry and a fantastic rebuilt antique stove.
Three antique delft tiles are featured in the backsplash. The matching pilasters both roll out to reveal handy storage for cooking aids!
This old house still has many original features, including low ceilings & sloping floors. It features classic antique details, right down to the hand-planed wood and genuine milk-paint finish.
Rich details abound in this Quality Custom Cabinetry kitchen.
A new arched opening connects the dining room to the kitchen
An island styled like a traditional 'harvest table' makes for a central gathering place in this kitchen.
The hutch is both good looking and hardworking, as befits the farm heritage of this venerable old house.
Traditional New England Style
Traditional style represents a broad and popular spectrum here in New England. There is no question that everywhere we turn we see echoes of our well-rooted architectural heritage – even in our newest homes and kitchens. Fortunately, this does not mean a sameness, because New England history reflects many twists and turns in architectural style, from early colonial to Victorian to Craftsman and beyond.
Vintage Kitchens Interpretation
One of our real strengths at Vintage Kitchens is the ability to design new kitchens that are very good style fits to the homes they go in, and here in New England that often means a degree of traditional style. Yet, this could be anything from strict period styling on one hand to cutting-edge interpretations of traditional designs on the other hand. We also take pride in our ability to make even the most period styled kitchen perform like the brand new kitchen that it actually is, as it should!