Easy Ways to Create a Rad and Retro Kitchen Ideas

INSIDE: Quick and easy decor to create a rad and retro kitchen ideas.

Do you find yourself suddenly loving a decor style you hadn’t previously? Lately, I’ve found myself drawn to all things radically retro and very vintage. (As I type this, I’m looking at a brass table lamp I picked up at a thrift store. Hello, 1980s! Is it because I’m quickly approaching #40?!)

So when I saw this turquoise, totally retro-inspired kitchen stove by Big Chill, it was practically calling my ‘frazzled’ name. How much more fun would it be to cook dinner after a long day on this stove? Let alone how creative you could get to decorate a room around an appliance of all things?! You got it. So fun!

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decor for a rad and retro kitchen ideas


Add a pop of retro color and vintage style to your kitchen with a turquoise stove. Pairing turquoise with gray and coral decor accents make for a classy yet youthful-looking kitchen. We spend a lot of time in this room; why not make it cheery and happy?

Here are some ideas for a totally rad and retro kitchen to easily duplicate in your home.

Create a retro kitchen decor with Big Chill turquoise stove

From left to right: Ivanhoe Sinclair Porcelain Pendant; Polka Dot Tumblers (Amazon); Smeg Chrome 1.7L Kettle (Amazon); Paint Swatches by Sherwin Williams: Coral Bead SW6873, Holiday Turquoise SW 0075, Amazing Gray SW7044; Kitchen Towels (World Market); Big Chill 36″ Stove (Big Chill); Vintage Pyrex Dishware (Amazon); Milk Glass Compote Pedestal Candy Bowl (Etsy); Coral Queen of the Sea Moda Fabric (Etsy); Vintage Bowl Kitchen Wall Art (Etsy); Cafe Stool (Amazon).

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26 thoughts on “Easy Ways to Create a Rad and Retro Kitchen Ideas

  1. Cristina @ I Say Nomato says:

    I’ve never been a huge ‘vintage’ person, despite being a history buff, but I NEED that stove! It’s so beautiful! I would definitely enjoy cooking more on that, I think 🙂 That bowl poster is adorable! Thanks for sharing this with the Wednesday Showcase!

  2. Michelle says:

    I love, love, love those colors Victoria. I can’t cook, but this kind of kitchen style might just convince me to start or at least spend a little more time in the kitchen 😉

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