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The beautiful spaces where your favorite celebrities spend their evenings eating, cooking, and entertaining

Lauren Conrad's California kitchen is every girl's dream.

Prepare to be seething with jealousy in just a few moments: Your favorite stars have the most stunning kitchens ever. The world’s rich and famous really do seem to have the best taste and have effectively infused their style into their beautiful homes. For us food-obsessed people, these gorgeous kitchens are the epicenter of these glamorous lofts and mansions. Whatever your tastes are, we are absolutely certain that you will be inspired and in awe of every single one of these state-of-the-art celebrity kitchens.

8 Most Stunning Celebrity Kitchens (Slideshow)

Obviously, every one of these kitchens is decked out with all the fancy appliances you can only dream of owning one day (most of the ovens would not look out of place in a top New York restaurant kitchen), but it’s not just the equipment that has us teeming with envy. Everything from the natural light flooding the room, the marble counter tops, and the custom-designed and made pieces of furniture all come together to create kitchens more perfect than anything we’ve seen on Pinterest. In fact, they really look as if they have been taken directly out of a glamorous movie set.

Click here to read about the ultimate battle of celebrity "foodies."

From Chrissy Teigen’s dark, moody New York kitchen, to Lauren Conrad’s all-white, uber-feminine cooking space, to Naomi Watts’ fun, family kitchen with pretty pops of color, every one of these kitchens has us desperate to give our own cooking space a makeover. These eight kitchens have all been owned, used, and designed by a range of celebrities, all with different needs and tastes, but all of them have led to the most striking results. Read on to discover where your favorite stars really eat, cook, and entertain, and prepare to be incredibly envious of every single detail of these dreamy kitchens.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.


25 White Kitchens That Look Like Design Heaven

There's a reason white kitchens are such a classic. They're bright, clean, and don't require a lot of stressful color decisions when decorating (because literally, everything is white). And if you're worried white kitchens might be boring, these examples will convince you otherwise. We're spotlighting twenty insanely cool white kitchens to inspire any upcoming renovations and/or Pinterest boards that need a fresh update. Whatever your interior design style, you'll find a chic white kitchen to dream about below.

Ryan Turf, the president of furniture-and-decor brand CB2, and his wife Jessica of Turf Design, chose to anchor their family kitchen with white staples. The marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic timeless. "We live in the kitchen," says Jessica. "We use the barstools to do homework, or have breakfast in the morning before the kids go to school.

Not convinced white can be interesting? This hip, eclectic space designed by Emil Dervish is the no makeup-makeup look of kitchens. The simple wooden countertops and blond wood herringbone floors lighten and ground the more over-the-top features, like the brass statement hood and black cabinets.

While white dominates this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the warm wood surfaces and matte green stools inject the perfect balance of warmth and color.

When interior designer and HGTV star Leanne Ford fell in love with Calacatta Borghini (which she says is "the most expensive marble in the world"), she decided to splurge on just enough to do a waterfall edge. For the rest of the kitchen counters, she switched to honed Arabescato, a more affordable version. To ensure a truly all-white kitchen, she painted the barstools white.

In this deVol kitchen, the bronze pendants bring a youthful energy. They pair nicely with the kitchen bar stools tucked under the island while also contrasting with the cream trim and glossy white subway tiles.

In this kitchen designed by Corey Damen Jenkins, the wood tones, brown marble swirls, and beige bar stools warm up the crisp white staples while the metallic accents add some glam. Jenkins says the granite "was a bit of a sell. I told the clients to look at it as art. Of course, now it's their favorite thing."

If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen display white plating, pottery, and serveware to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further, as seen in this space designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

When Raji Radhakrishnan was commissioned to decorate this kitchen in a Piet Boon-designed home, he didn't want to detract from the beautiful architectural details. To preserve as much as possible, he opted for a a minimal trio Serge Moille pendants and simple backless stools from West Elm.

A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark&mdashespecially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white color scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.

Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout color. In this kitchen by Simo Design, the subtle pistachio grout emphasizes the unique tile layout and complements the painted accent wall.

The exposed brick walls add an undone, laid-back feel to this kitchen. Instead of covering them up or refinishing them, let your original architectural details stand out.

Hang planters over the kitchen island to liven up an all-white space. In this deVol kitchen, there's also a framed piece of art featuring plants to accentuate the theme further.

In this kitchen designed by Robson Rak, the neutral color scheme is far from boring thanks to the texture-rich materials. From the marble countertops to the white paneled walls, stone tile floors, matter black pendant and wood grain island, there's plenty to please the eye.

Against an all-white backdrop, the red accent pieces in this Leanne Ford-designed kitchen appear to float in mid air.

White interiors lend themselves to sweet decor. Take note from this deVol kitchen and install pale pink curtains and a dainty chandelier. Oh, and of course, say yes to tasteful bows.

Between the pale oak floors and butcher block counters, this Florida kitchen embraces an informal yet cozy aesthetic. Black latches on plank cabinetry lend extra vintage charm.

Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf. See more at Amber Interiors.

Not only is this island big enough for family dinners, but the Calacatta marble countertops measure a solid 2 inches thick. The extra heft gives this kitchen a more modern feel.

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast without breaking out of the light color scheme with a cream and earth-toned rug. Leanne Ford also displayed earthy decor on the floating shelves to bring out the rug.



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