I am not an expert on interior design styles, but I think with this collection, I ended up somewhere in the "Mad for Mod" era. Please don't quote me on this. That is just me trying to put a label on my recently listed Kitschy Kitchen collection.
Mod Kitchen. Pattern, color and wood paneling. Image from Matters of Style blog.
Late 60's early 70's . Image from Retro Renovation.
Mix it up! 1960's and 1970's patterned vintage mugs give your morning coffee an extra burst of energy and style. Of course, sprinkle in a conversation piece with this cobalt colored Cool Cat toothpick/
coffee stirrer holder.
Just Swimmingly. Pair of 1970's Hornsea mugs.
Moovin and Groovin. Pair of vintage Saffordshire Pottery mugs.
Enjoying the "Finer Things" when you use real linen napkins at your next brunch. Vintage embroidered napkins add Autumn Elegance to the mod pattern palooza.
Haute Beverages get hotter with a punch of paisley. Vintage patterned metal and porcelain percolator and tea kettle.
Do you take cream or sugar in your coffee? Doesn't really matter how you take your coffee, as long as you are using a dispenser as cool as this one.
Pour Some Syrup on Me is a 1940's glass dispenser with a vibrant red plastic lid.
Shabby chic elements hung on the wall create unexpected artwork and create dimension and texture.
Functional Decor. These vintage trays Fresh Start and Peacock A Doodle Doo are great decorating elements and add excitement to entertaining.
Vintage tea kettle appliqued pocket apron.