Published on October 16, 2020

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Team Domino loves a good colorful kitchen cabinet, but untouched wood fronts bring a hit of warmth to all those stainless steel appliances—and offer a blank canvas for carving patterns and playing with shape. As we rounded up our favorite celebrity kitchens, we noticed the raw-wood look kept popping up. We typically associate the material with farmhouse style, but in these spaces, it’s less camping vibes, more utilitarian chic. Take a look.

Kim Kardashian West

 

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It’s no surprise that West, the owner of a self-proclaimed minimal monastery, would lean into the refined side of wood cupboards. The reality star’s kitchen boasts only lower cabinets with barely there hardware.

Chrissy Teigen

 

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Teigen’s teak floor-to ceiling cabinetry offers a cozier take on the look with the help of prominent, two-tone handles.

Mindy Kaling

 

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For a more traditional option, peep Kaling’s Shaker-style cabinets. Sleek marble countertops and subway tile keep the fronts from entering dated territory.

Ayesha Curry

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Curry’s love of neutrals is no secret. In her kitchen, she pairs her usual white and black palette with super-simple cupboards. Larger-than-life bar pulls tie them back to the glazed basalt tile and vintage stools. 

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

 

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Ferguson retrofitted his Manhattan apartment’s existing kitchen cabinets, which appear to have storage for days. New fixtures were key to bringing the space up to date.   

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