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House Beautiful photographed this kitchen in a $16,000 house as part of a 1959 article titled "Design — Not Money — Makes Character."  [Another kitchen to drool over!]

Kitchens of the 1950s

narrow windows next to range,  gray island base, white counters, white cabinets

Mixing metals in the kitchen. White Kitchen Gray Island Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor by Rebekah Zaveloff / KitchenLab

A third "pace-setter" in 1950, this kitchen was chosen for its more traditional look. "Traditionalists want a colorful and gay kitchen," according to House Beautiful editors back then. They wrote that the three pace-setters were "revolutionary because they actually offer complete kitchens as they are wanted today, planned according to the best standards of efficiency, time- and labor- saving. And besides this, they are all colorful and cheerful, with a real decorative quality which is ...

Kitchens of the 1950s

A third "pace-setter" in this kitchen was chosen for its more traditional look. "Traditionalists want a colorful and gay kitchen.


Wood counter on island - love the brick, plus pretty black chairs, cute towel rack, dark counters - love the bricks

This Madeline Stuart–designed kitchen in Los Angeles is equipped with pendant lights from BK Antiques, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a Viking range.

The best Architectural Digest kitchens of 2014


Retro Minneapolis Kitchen - traditional - kitchen - minneapolis - Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC -- really nice kitchen!

Kitchen (1955) | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Mid century modern

Want to see what a real Fifties kitchen looked like for your own home remodel?: The Fifties Kitchen