This kitchen started as a small, cramped, and outdated space. Now, it’s a spacious entertainment area with a retro look. A brick wall with a fireplace was removed to open the space between the living area and the kitchen. To give color and luminosity to this unique space we used mosaic tile and a glass countertop to spice up this kitchen. While we used retro pieces like the vintage-styled refrigerator to give the space a mid-century look we also used more modern touches like the stainless steel cabinet details.
They say that all good things come full cycle and that is certainly true for the Retro look of this Dallas kitchen. Inspired by a 50s diner, we were able to re-utilize the clients’ existing diner booths and decoratives. We remodeled the space to make it much more open, added diner-esque stainless steel shelves, incorporated green and blue tiles reminiscent of this time period and even added a retro metal cover to a new refrigerator to round out the look.