Welcome to the Vintage Kitchen shop. Here, you'll find an ever-evolving assortment of curated vintage and antique kitchenware dating from the 1800s to the 1970s.
We are a small but mighty shop determined to tell interesting stories about items that make your space come alive. With a nod towards classic design and colorful character, you'll discover timeless pieces that float flawlessly between decades making them eternally stylish no matter what the time period.
Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we are story lovers (and suspect that you might be too). Each item offered in the shop tells a unique tale from time highlighting both its place and importance in history.
New items added weekly! Gift cards available here.
The 2024 Greenhouse Diaries
The Greenhouse Diaries are back for 2024! This year, our focus centers around the 1960s gardening book, A Fragrant Year by Helen Van Pelt Wilson & Leonie Bell. Featuring 12 months of gardening adventures working with scented plants, flowers and trees, it is bound to be a scent-sational year in the greenhouse and on the blog. Hope you'll join us!
Read more about what's instore for 2024 here.
Catch up on the 2023 Greenhouse Diaries here.
Welcome to the Culinary Flower Show
Grow a forever garden in your kitchen with a colorful array of floral kitchen and dishware. Roses, daisies, irises, peonies, pansies...with blooms available in every color of the rainbow, there's no shortage of something pretty around here. Find your favorite flower in the shop.
Featured Vintage Recipe: Current Scones with Stovetop Strawberry Preserves
Spring means strawberries. This is the perfect time of year to pluck or purchase a quart of berries and make your own homemade preserves, stovetop style. Ready in mere minutes, this ruby-red jam pairs best with a warm batch of homemade current scones slathered in Irish butter.
Featured Expert: Monica Sheridan (1912-1993)
Ireland's beloved television personality, Monica Sheridan was the host of the midcentury cooking show Monica's Kitchen. Credited with introducing Ireland to a more global palette of cuisine (she was the first to feature recipes for pizza, pasta, and quiche on her show), she was also proud of her Irish heritage and the foods enjoyed throughout the Emerald Isle. Peek inside her 1965 book, The Art of Irish Cooking here.