Special Nonexistent Furniture
Lucky shopping finds—a vintage
stove and salvaged apron sink—set the tone in this revitalized 1930s kitchen. Other charming choices, such as the sage green Shaker-style cabinets and vintage-inspired fixtures, add to the room's classic beauty. Open shelves turn everyday dishes into an artful display. 

Old-school details, such as this schoolhouse pendant, can take a room from almost-there to period-perfect.  
Photos: Mark Lohman

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