First Friday Feature: An Ode to the 1920s Kitchen

Since we’ve entered into a brand new decade, the 20s, we thought it seemed fit to visit a kitchen with a 1920s feel, just not this version of the ’20s! We’re talking the 20s from one hundred years ago…yes, 100 years! That seems so long ago, especially now that we’re living in our very own 20’s. The roaring 1920s was a time of excess, glamour, and luxury. That’s what makes the 20s so captivating. This Friday feature kitchen is exactly that! It’s glamorous, luxurious, and hands-down, captivating. Check it out below!


The cabinetry in this kitchen is of inset construction, which is true to the classic style. While there are two different finishes, they both share the same door style called Fenwick. The perimeter is painted in dove white and the island is a cherry wood with a chestnut burnish and diamond gloss. The contrasting cabinetry is dramatic yet beautiful and represents a beautiful 1920s kitchen!


The kitchen features an Allied stone called Lumix Quartzite. It has a 3cm thickness and is styled with a Dupont edge. The countertops exude opulence and is a perfect fit for the space! In addition to the countertops, the same material was utilized for the floating shelves. This helps to provide layers of luxurious pieces adding dimension to this 1920’s style kitchen.


The kitchen is outfitted with beautiful Dacor appliances which include a dual-fuel range and a double oven. For those counting, that’s FOUR ovens! But what really makes a statement in this kitchen is the custom hood beautifully adorned with shiny brass fittings. The brass is both glamourous and luxurious and ties in with the other brass fittings seem throughout the kitchen.

Fixtures, Fittings, and Flooring

Speaking of brass fittings, the faucet, pot filler, air disposal switch are all in “forever brass” from Newport Brass. The hardware on the cabinetry is from Top Knobs, mainly from the Chareau Collection Emerald. In addition, the flooring which also is a huge statement is a classic 20’s touch. Undoubtedly, the grey and white checkered design is an elegant ode to the 20’s style.

Want to read about some of our other First Friday Features? Then check out First Friday Feature: A Modern “Come Back” Master Bath and First Friday Feature: A Warm and Welcoming Kitchen.

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