I can't resist sharing this fun retro kitchen I spotted on The Kitchn! The young owners of this 100 year-old home near downtown Columbus (on East Tulane Road) have spent the last two years working hard on their fixer-upper. They've done all the labor themselves, and if you go check out this gallery you'll see the dramatic difference in the before shots. I love that they chose to preserve some of the original features of the space...the sink was refinished with fresh porcelain enamel and they had the steel cabinets painted a cherry red (and a new plate made for them too!) The glass tile and walnut counters are new though, and look great in the space. In case you're wondering, the walls are painted "Aquatint" from Sherwin-Williams...don't they look fantastic paired with the red?! Head here for more great pics and all the source info f0r the room! And with that, enjoy your weekend everyone! :)