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1930s Kitchen Furniture

1930s Kitchen Furniture

Our new favourite shopping destination is the flea market which takes place on the last Saturday of each month at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Edinburgh. So far, we’ve got some good deals by going along towards the end of the day (out of laziness more than drive to get a bargain, mind you).

On my first trip, I picked up The Home of To-Day: Its Choice, Planning, Equipment and Organisation. This housewives’ manual was published by the Daily Express in what looks to be the 1930s. Here’s what it presents as the desirable kitchen:

Fitted kitchen cupboards

Fitted kitchen

Stove

Small gas cooker

Large gas cooker

Family-size gas cooker

Anthracite stove

Anthracite stove

Fitted sink cupboards

Fitted sink cupboards

Kitchen sitting room

Kitchen sitting room for a maid

Dresser

Well-organised dresser

Enclosed units

Enclosed units for easier cleaning

I certainly wouldn’t mind the dresser or anthracite stove.

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