Kitchenalia Book Giveaway


Our kitchen is a basic rental home kitchen, think oven with a squeaky door and standard cupboard doors. However, it does house my thrifted vintage china collection as well as my Kitchen Aid and these retro style caddies to give it a bit of style.

When the folk at Jacqui Small Publishing got in touch to share a new title Kitchenalia, I thought I’d share it and give you some kitchen decor inspiration.


The book has tons of ideas for displaying vintage pieces in your Kitchen as well as colour scheme ideas and retro-inspired furniture.  Apart from getting kitchen ‘island’ envy, I found it to be a super coffee table book as well as a practical guide for sourcing, reinventing, repurposing and displaying.


Whilst it covers lighting and furniture choices in quite a bit of detail, my favourite section of the book looks at kitchen gadgets, utensils and storage ideas. A favourite gadget in our kitchen is a little guillotine that cuts the top of your boiled egg off!

The suppliers list at the back of the book is a mixture of high end stores, vintage suppliers and markets. I’m now feeling inspired to put my vintage tea cups and quirky pieces on display.


I have one copy of Kitchenalia to give away to a reader. The giveaway is open to UK readers only (sorry it’s a pretty heavy book to post!) and ends on 31 October. Just use the widget below to enter. Good luck!

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*I was sent the book for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Images provided by Jacqui Small Publishing.
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18 thoughts on “Kitchenalia Book Giveaway

  1. My dream kitchen would actually have less in it! I would love a separate utility room for the washing machine/dryer and with it’s own sink so mess from the garden wouldn’t be dragged into my kitchen!

  2. Just designing our new kitchen on a tight budget. Am all about the copper at the moment. Also, not sure why but really want a plate rack!

  3. Lovely trifolding doors running the full width leading out into the garden and underfloor heating. Not much to ask really!

  4. I’d love to have a real oven (not the pokey electrical student kitchen version) and a real workspace where you can potter around without space problems.

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