25 Retro-Style Kitchen Appliances With A Genuine Vintage Look
A fridge unlike your neighbors’
Just look at this fridge’s design. The left-sided hinges, the amazing pastel color, the extremely slim profile (it’s only 24” wide!). It also comes in a variety of colors, like pink, orange, mint, and white, so you can be sure to match your kitchen decor.
A toaster that will have you tickled pink
This retro toaster has extra-wide slots to accommodate all types of toast, including bagels. It also has a removable stainless steel crumb tray that makes it super easy to clean, helping you prevent toast-related fires.
A mixer that takes a stand
Get all of your mixing done in style with this powerful stand mixer. It comes in a cool retro mint color and will help with your baking (🍰,🍪, 🍩, whatever your heart desires!) for decades—until it actually becomes vintage.
A cool retro timekeeper ⏰
Never burn those cookies again with this vintage Kikkerland Streamline kitchen timer. The timer goes up to 55 minutes and emits a pleasant—but loud—ring when time’s up. It’s also manually operated, so no need for batteries or an outlet!
A throwback coffee grinder ☕
This sweet hand-crank coffee grinder is fully functional, meaning you can grind your coffee just like your grandparents did, back in the day! It’s made of a rich, pine wood with iron accents, so it also looks really nice sitting on your countertop next to the french press.
Make your entire breakfast with a single gadget 🍳
Ok, this 3-in-1 breakfast station is completely and totally over the top—and we love it for it. Simultaneously brew coffee, fry up some bacon, and toast some english muffins so that everything is piping hot and ready to much at the same time. Its eye-pleasing vintage design will also put your other, less attractive appliances to shame.
An old-school toaster
While this toaster looks vintage, its features are decidedly not. It has extra-wide slots to better accommodate bread, bagels, and buns. It’s also made to last, built from stainless steel with matte black accents.
A way to make popcorn sans microwave
Looking to make your own popcorn without all that fake butter flavor that comes in the microwave bags? Look no further! Simply put this spinner on the stove, add some kernels, and start popping! As a bonus, you’ll never stink up the microwave with the smell of burnt popcorn again!