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Your Vintage Kitchen

Vintage is green. Why? Instead of being thrown into the trash or using energy to produce something new, vintage goods are not only back in style, but they're very eco-friendly. 

The first item on my to do list after I ship out my last box is to paint our kitchen. I'm doing a pale robin's egg blue with white cabinets and glass door knobs. I've been looking for some vintage accessories and spotted these. I'm also lucky to have many of my Grandma's old pieces. 

These finds are from Etsy's great selection of vintage items.

Biscuit cutter from Emmy Lucy Vintage & Handmade, $5.50

Vintage half apron from Serendipity Treasures, $9.95

How cool is this kitchen timer? From Pursey Pursey, $35

I like this vintage Androck flour sifter in blue & white. From Black Rain, $18.99

What an interesting set of canisters from Stiletto Girl Vintage, $9

Pink vintage enamelware pot from Mary & Grace, $14

Love the robin's egg blue bowl from the 50s-60s from Eclectic Curio, $9.99

I {heart} these cups & saucers from the 40's! $30 from Junky Junk.

Vintage recipe cards from Rochester's own Alice's Looking Glass, $7

Enamelware coffee pot from Kittredge Mercantile, $39.95