Flair ranges glorify your present kitchen without built-in expense! Combines twin, glass-fronted ovens and a slide-in drawer-style stove.
Back in the late ’50s and early ’60s, the American Dream could be had – affordably and in style – if people wanted to buy mobile homes (trailers).
This new, revolutionary wall-mounted refrigerator and freezer that hangs from the wall is a completely new and advanced concept of modern living. Truly, it is the most convenient and magnificent refrigerator-freezer ever produced!
See what was cookin’ in home design decades ago by checking out these kitchen islands from the ’60s! They combined form, function, and fun, too.
Imagine getting paid to think up the wildest retro-futuristic space-age inventions. Back in the ’50s-’60s, that’s what commercial artist Arthur Radebaugh got to do.
The invention of the dishwasher was a kitchen game-changer, and cleanly earned its inventor, Josephine Garis Cochrane, a spot-free finish in history.
Looking back at these antique kitchens from the 1900s, you may be surprised at how far we have come, and grateful for things like countertops!
‘Suzy Homemaker’ was the name of a vintage line of toy appliances that encouraged girls to play by cleaning and cooking… just like mom!
The best way to gift-wrap a bulky or odd-shaped kitchen appliance or utensil is – don’t! Give it a fanciful shape, instead – with Christmas paper, ribbons, ornaments and more.
Some microwave oven questions & answers from the early 1970s! Plus tips like: “Just plug it in and turn it on. The food gets hot. The oven stays cool. If you want, you can even cook on paper plates.”
In the ’70s, vintage Crock-Pot Slow Cookers became popular, because a meal could be cooked for pennies a serving, and cuts of meat could be deliciously tenderized.
For the ’50s housewife, laundry was huge: the love you had for your kitchen paled only in comparison to the adoration you felt for your washer and dryer.
For the picture-perfect housewife of the ’50s, the kitchen was the heart of the home. And the heart of the kitchen was the refrigerator/freezer combo – the kind of luxury that mother and grandmother could have only dreamed of!
See 22 vintage kitchen ideas – from funky fridges to creative cabinetry – plus other retro appliances and home decor we don’t see much anymore.
Colorful retro kitchens from the ’60s, when it was an exciting new trend in appliances – an idea that’s been growing ever since the first tame departure from clinical white to pale pastels and subdued browns.
A lighthearted look back at the 50s housewife during the sunny days of yesteryear, when a woman’s home was her castle — and her kitchen was the heart of that home.
What can we do with this horrible old kitchen? Frigidaire saves her from covering leftovers. A special storage area in this Frigidaire Frost-Proof Food-life Preserver
With their smooth white ceramic surfaces and sealed electric burners, these flat vintage cooktops made kitchen cleanups a breeze.
These wonderful, workable kitchen designs from the ’60s were said to be a joy to use and to clean. Take a look back at six creative mid-century kitchens here!
The beautiful art tile stoves seen here were used to heat homes in the Victorian era, and came in many different styles. Take a look!
What was a vintage washing machine like back in the ’50s? Here are some old-fashioned washers with high-end features for their time. Kelvinator paid big bucks to promote these laundry appliances!
Once electrical power became widely-available in homes, vintage vacuum cleaners debuted, including ones from the famous Hoover brand.
Over, under and all around, a sunny mood pervades this lemon-and-lime kitchen in suburban Cincinnati. But this kitchen has more than good looks.
These vintage Sunbeam Hot Shot kitchen accessories made hot water for tea, hot chocolate, coffee – and were promoted by actress Shirley Jones.
In the ’70s, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus and his wife helped advertise the new microwave ovens made by Magic Chef. Here’s a look.
Kitchen appliances from the ’50s! The Liberator electric range includes the new automatic surface unit that you “set and forget,” until food is done. Remember, this is the first step toward modern electrical living.
Who needs a nursery? Make your kitchen the happy hub of your home! (1963) A playful candy-striped rounded kitchen from the 1960s MORE: 16 kitchen
Miracle machines: Chef’s Delights Some critics claim that the only cook who really needs a food processor is one who must feed a dozen lumberjacks
Almost magical — it freezes with heat Always different, always ahead in performance Nine years ago, America was startled and delighted by the introduction of
Introducing the new toaster that’s an oven too! The new General Electric Toast-R-Oven makes perfect toast “upstairs” or “down.” Heats bread and rolls, toasts buttered
There’s a revolutionary new Kitchen Art cooking at the Tappan Gas Gallery. Suddenly, you’re not just cooking. You’re creating! Because your Tappan Gallery gas range
The 25 most talked about gifts of ’87 Black & Decker products are so unique and special, they’re not just given and enjoyed, they’re talked
Addition to kitchen adds needed space An older 10×12 kitchen in the home of Mr and Mrs Stewart Lund once was adequate for their needs.
Perky plaid curtains, blender cover & tool hanger To make curtains, cut length of plaid, plus solid-color fabric for cuff, to height of windows, allowing
See two different versions of the Roto Broil “400” — always America’s favorite infra-red rotisseries — popular kitchen appliances from the ’50s!
“Oh, these spots! They’re driving Bud away!” “My only hope is new liquid Sunlight!” Now Sunlight for dishwashers comes in a liquid. No liquid gets
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