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Trending on Remodelista: Old-Fashioned Kitchen Inspiration

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Trending on Remodelista: Old-Fashioned Kitchen Inspiration

August 13, 2021

Spotted on Remodelista this week: old-fashioned kitchen design ideas interpreted for modern sensibilities.

The Kitchen Table

In lieu of a kitchen island, Greg and Liz Dutton went with a dining table and couldn&#8\2\17;t be happier with the results: &#8\2\20;It seems like a small thing, but it creates so much more energy in the room. Now everything revolves around that table,&#8\2\2\1; he says. Photograph by Alexandra Ribar, from Kitchen of the Week: A New Heart of the Home for a Young Family in Columbus, Ohio.
Above: In lieu of a kitchen island, Greg and Liz Dutton went with a dining table and couldn’t be happier with the results: “It seems like a small thing, but it creates so much more energy in the room. Now everything revolves around that table,” he says. Photograph by Alexandra Ribar, from Kitchen of the Week: A New Heart of the Home for a Young Family in Columbus, Ohio.

The Sink Skirt

The pojagi panel by Adam Pogue is more art than sink skirt in this project by Commune Design. Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson, courtesy of Commune Design, from A Hollywood Director’s Refined Off-the-Grid Cabin by Commune Design.
Above: The pojagi panel by Adam Pogue is more art than sink skirt in this project by Commune Design. Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson, courtesy of Commune Design, from A Hollywood Director’s Refined Off-the-Grid Cabin by Commune Design.

The Hutch

The simple Shaker design of this hutch feels fresh and modern. Photograph by Christian Harder, from Simple Good Things: \13 Ideas to Steal from a Shaker-Inspired Farm & Fermentory in the Catskills.
Above: The simple Shaker design of this hutch feels fresh and modern. Photograph by Christian Harder, from Simple Good Things: 13 Ideas to Steal from a Shaker-Inspired Farm & Fermentory in the Catskills.

The Bread Box

When the bread box is as sweet as this one, it&#8\2\17;s worth displaying. Photograph by Greta Rybus for Remodelista, from Rock Camp: A Classic/Minimal Lake Cabin in Maine by an Up-and-Coming Architect.
Above: When the bread box is as sweet as this one, it’s worth displaying. Photograph by Greta Rybus for Remodelista, from Rock Camp: A Classic/Minimal Lake Cabin in Maine by an Up-and-Coming Architect.

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