original 1950s vintage English Rose kitchen as photographed by Simon Whitmore for FW Media Style Your Modern Vintage Home by Kate Beavis

original 1950s vintage English Rose kitchen as photographed by Simon Whitmore for FW Media Style Your Modern Vintage Home by Kate Beavis

Fabulous retro styling in this bright and cleverly designed home with more than a nod to mid century furniture and decor. The colour scheme uses contemporary Lime Green and Dove Grey / Blue which presents it becoming a pastiche of an earlier period.

Fabulous retro styling in this bright and cleverly designed home with more than a nod to mid century furniture and decor. The colour scheme uses contemporary Lime Green and Dove Grey / Blue which presents it becoming a pastiche of an earlier period.

I am in love! Aqua!!!! 1950s Kitchen - from our old retail store. Dinette set available at retroplanet.com - aqua fridge, retro orange wall clock and checkered flooring. Originally posted at our Instagram page - http://www.instagram.com/retroplanet

I am in love! Aqua!!!! 1950s Kitchen - from our old retail store. Dinette set available at retroplanet.com - aqua fridge, retro orange wall clock and checkered flooring. Originally posted at our Instagram page - http://www.instagram.com/retroplanet

John Lewis of Hungerford English Rose 1950s vintage inspired kitchen as featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog

John Lewis of Hungerford English Rose 1950s vintage inspired kitchen as featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog

Last week we had fun looking at American diners with a 1950’s feel (see “Editor’s Journal: The Allure of Old-Fashioned Diners“). After viewing many inspiring photos we wanted to take things one step further by recreating the classic diner sentiment in our own kitchens – and in thinking about such a retro design we knew …

Last week we had fun looking at American diners with a 1950’s feel (see “Editor’s Journal: The Allure of Old-Fashioned Diners“). After viewing many inspiring photos we wanted to take things one step further by recreating the classic diner sentiment in our own kitchens – and in thinking about such a retro design we knew …

The 1950′s innovative furniture designers worked with modern materials and shapes to create simple pieces. Furniture: materials such as plywood and plastic with simple and elegant shapes. Textile: inspired by the modernist movement and the modern atomic trend. Lucienne Day and Boucle were popular. Accessories: tripod lamps designed by Eames and George Nelson, plates and racks for magazines and A Bakelite telephone - Raybelle Linoleum, Surfray No. 80

The 1950′s innovative furniture designers worked with modern materials and shapes to create simple pieces. Furniture: materials such as plywood and plastic with simple and elegant shapes. Textile: inspired by the modernist movement and the modern atomic trend. Lucienne Day and Boucle were popular. Accessories: tripod lamps designed by Eames and George Nelson, plates and racks for magazines and A Bakelite telephone - Raybelle Linoleum, Surfray No. 80

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