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Combine inky paint with brass. This pairing is a shortcut to getting the homey historic look for your kitchen — and the archetypal cozy retreat has to be an ancient building of some sort, so it’s perfect. You don’t necessarily have to go for a full kitchen redo to achieve the look, either. Depending on your cabinets, it may be possible to switch all the door hardware to brass, from handles (these cup-shaped ones are ideal) to hinges. A wooden or marble countertop is another quick switch if you have the budget, and a farmhouse sink will always be effective for a cottage-y kitchen. Brick it up. Gosh, where to start with ideas to steal here — from the lamps to the dark paint (this sort of mossy green is going to be a huge trend) to the beautiful beams and that clever reuse of aged garden furniture for kitchen dining. But let’s take a closer look at that floor instead.The manufacturing of brick dates back centuries, and a brick floor is often seen in very old buildings. You can cheat your way to this look reasonably authentically by using reclaimed brick tiles. They can be laid over underfloor heating too, so they don’t even have to be chilly on the toes.