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Kitchen of the Week: Vintage Style for a 1900s Home (18 photos)

This photo provides a good look at the material palette. Pueringer’s clients knew they wanted something bold and that they wanted wallpaper. While the designer originally pulled some more monochromatic patterns, the homeowner found this one on her own. “She swooned over this William Morris wallpaper and knew it was the one,” the designer says. From there, soapstone countertops and two-tone cabinets in white oak and an olive hue were chosen to complement the paper. “Everything in here goes so well together,” Pueringer says.

The green paint on the cabinetry, corbels, beadboard and other details is Palm Leaf by Sherwin-Williams. “This paint has yellow undertones that work really well with the wallpaper,” Pueringer says.

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