Vintage look in my kitchen for less than 200 euros

Vintage look in my kitchen for less than 200 euros

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Do you like the vintage look but you don't know how to adapt it to your kitchen? Whether you like the retro country style, the old school atmosphere or simply mix modern and vintage, there are a multitude of solutions for less than 200 euros to simply redecorate - and quickly! - your kitchen. The proof in pictures !

Install raw wood storage boxes: € 9.99

To give a vintage look to your kitchen, start by installing raw wood furniture. Natural and raw materials are indeed very popular for their recovered side. For that, no need to go broke, the Knagglig boxes from Ikea at € 9.99 are enough, to place and stack near the table, in the market spirit of yesteryear. Daily vegetables, fresh fruit, canned food, cereals… put what you want in it, the important thing is that it shows. Don't worry, they are resistant and easy to clean, thanks to their raw solid wood. Plus: slip them into the garage to store your gardening tools.

Decorate the table with formica place mats: € 19

The formica is making a big come back in decoration and is happy to settle in the kitchen to transform it into a retro canteen. Vintage effect guaranteed with these Les Gambettes placemats at € 19, available in 16 colors or Vichy prints and cement tiles, to play the vintage card thoroughly. Vintage cuisine takes on a pop look for a cheerful and friendly atmosphere.

Glue adhesive vinyl tiles for a cement tile look: € 9.90

Direction the authentic cuisine of your ancestors with this decorative tip accessible to all: the "cement tiles or brick" coverings are in the form of stickers to stick to the wall (wall tiles effect, water resistant and easy to clean) . In addition to being quick to install and inexpensive (around 9.90 euros), the stickers are available in a plethora of stores (Leroy Merlin, Renostick, La Redoute…).

Use jam jars collected in the attic: 0 €

For a grandmother's kitchen effect, bring out your old jars of glass jam which collect dust in the attic. Recycle them and display them proudly along your open shelves, they will only be more trendy!

Add vintage kitchen utensils: € 42

It is often said that a beautiful accessory makes all the difference. Well it's true! Put a nice vintage balance on your worktop and see the result. A large format dial, a steel blue color, it doesn't take much to accessorize your kitchen and give it a vintage look. One watchword: back to basics! Bloomingville understood this well with this utensil of yesteryear at 42 €. It rocks in the kitchen!