Dream Kitchen with Vintage Charm

By Cristina Cleveland

bring-it-home-dianna-agron-home-kitchenWith the first major holiday feast under our belts, I’m getting excited for all the festivities to come. And if I work up the courage to host my own soirée this year, I’ll be taking inspiration from Dianna Agron’s casual yet refined entertaining style, whose kitchen boasts the most beautiful kitchen appliance known to man. If I had that La Cornue stove in my kitchen, I’d be smiling too! Judging by the kitchenware on her open shelving, Dianna looks to be a fellow Anthropologie-addict, so I think we’d make fast friends. If you’re looking for a few pretty touches to add personality to your kitchen, or if you happen to be as infatuated with this stove as I am, keep reading to bring this look into your own home.dianna-agron-bring-it-home

Fridge – I never thought I could harbor such strong feelings for a kitchen appliance, but ever since I set eyes on this refrigerator I have been waiting for a way to work it into a Bring It Home post.

Vanilla bean salt – When I travel I like to buy local seasonings as small gifts for friends and family (they can think fondly of you every time they use them!) and they make perfect stocking stuffers. Not only that, but they look great on your countertop or open shelving.

Linen dish covers – These linen dish covers are far more romantic than plastic wrap, plus they help you cut down on your disposable materials in the kitchen, making them a great gift for your eco conscious friend.

Vintage canning jars – If you want to instantly elevate the look of your kitchen, then the first step is to get rid of consumer packaging and replace it with glass jars and canisters. It may sound tedious, but you will see the impact right away.

Juniper rose & pine syrup – I like to save particularly pretty or memorable packaging, like the bottle of olive oil I brought home from Italy, and then just refill them when they run out.

Baking pan – It would be a shame to hide this gorgeous pan in the back of a kitchen cupboard.

Pour over coffee stand – You may prefer the look of bare countertops, but I think most anyone would be proud to have this piece on display.

Hand cup – To really achieve the look of Dianna’s kitchen, fill your shelves with an eclectic mix of mis-matched (yet refined) cups, plates and bowls.

*inspiration photo by Justin Coit for DomainecontributorByline_Temporary_CristinaCleveland