1) Vintage curved refrigerators and gas stoves.
Where did we go wrong here? How did everything curvy and durable turn into a square shaped short lived mess? We heart this fridge! This one was from Crosley, and the model was Shelvador, from 1952.
2) The vintage lazy susan, complete with trays. Ikea makes a similar style but somehow it’s not the same.
3) Russel Wright Pottery:
An American art icon and ceramic dinnerware designer from 1939 to 1959, we especially love his “American Modern” collection for Steubenville Pottery. Our favorite color is a retro pea green called “chartreuse”.
4) The old school kitchen egg timer. With today’s digital appliances, iphone apps and kitchen tv screens, this is an absolute lost icon of the past. But we adore the simple functionality shown here by Mirro.
5) Pyrex! Vintage pyrex will most likely outlive us, and we love the way they transition from the fridge or freezer to oven with ease. We have been lemming these so much! Named “primary colors”, the bowls were sold in various versions from the 1940′s through the 1970′s.