Smeg Drip Coffee Maker: Sure, a percolator might be the 1950s method to prepare a pot of coffee, but you can truly customize your brew with a modern drip coffee maker.
Chantal Vintage Tea Kettle: If tea is more your thing, get a retro-looking tea kettle. It's really useful and an inexpensive way to pay homage to the 1950s.
Stack of Vintage Cookbooks: If you want to design a kitchen that draws inspiration from the past, you should also look at old recipes.
Jadeite Mixing Bowls: Midcentury glassware with a jade hue often referred to as jadeite was extremely fashionable. While the old items are hard to obtain, modern jadeite kitchenware is still available.
Smeg Blender: If the color jade from the 1950s is your thing, place a pale green blender on your tabletop. Yes, you can combine soups or even smoothies with it.
Vintage-Style Bread Box: Invest in a vintage-style bread box for two reasons: it keeps bread fresh and looks adorable on the counter, reminiscent of the 1950s.
Fiesta Disk Pitcher: Without at least one item of Fiesta dinnerware or serveware, a retro kitchen is not complete. The company's recognizable pitcher, nevertheless, has to be one of our favorites.
Vintage-ish Oven Mitts: Play about a little in your vintage kitchen. These oven mitts from Always Fits are a touch cheekier than what you'd find in your grandmother's kitchen, but they still look perfectly period.