Retro Kitchen

Host Joan Steffend and designer Todd Pinzuti help complete a partially renovated kitchen by giving it an updated 1950s retro look.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe unusual window treatments are made by cutting retro-style fabric into long strips.
The strips are hemmed in a zigzag stitch and then washed so that the edges will fray. The homeowner's existing curtain rods are used to hang the strips. The focal point of the seating area is the ingenious light fixture made from a colander and flatware. Reminiscent of crystals hanging on a chandelier, the flatware is held onto the colander with strong clips. A duplicate fixture hangs over the sink.

Window treatment – $24 and colander lights – $39

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