1930s Kitchen

See how host Joan Steffend and designer Lesley Beha give a kitchen a 1930s vintage look.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe colors in the striped shade complement the new vintage-style sconce hung above the sink.

All About

A new vintage-style sconce that was made to look old is hung over the sink. The color stripes on the Roman shades add visual interest, while the rust stripes pick up the color of the metal on the light and the hardware on the cabinets.

Lighting — $75
exterior antique fixture: Hampton Bay's brick patina, 447-706

Window Treatments — $33
striped cotton window fabric: SR Harris
seamstress: Drapes by Janice

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