13 Celebrity Kitchens That Are #SOdomino
Because the only thing better than a chef’s kitchen is a celebrity’s.
Published Nov 15, 2016 6:00 AM
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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Tribeca Penthouse
White marble countertops, backsplash, and a tiled range hood keep GP’s kitchen looking clean and bright. And we love the shiny chrome finishes.
Julianne Moore’s West Village Townhouse
The dark tones in this kitchen make it feel cozy. An exposed brick wall, natural woods, and pops of color create interest.
Nate Berkus’s NYC Apartment
This one-of-a-kind stunner incorporates bold elements like black cabinetry and dark grout, as well as warmer touches of gold and copper. The amazing windows and woodwork, natural herringbone patterned wood floor, and gorgeous lighting make it hard to pinpoint a favorite detail in this kitchen.
Meg Ryan’s NYC Loft
Pretty marble adds a feminine feel to industrial stainless steel and whitesubway tile
Black and white images and accoutrements are the perfect finishing touches in this unique kitchen.
Whitney Port’s Venice Loft
This kitchen may be giving off a modern vibe, but the warm tones and wood accents ground the look. A mix of patterns and color give the area a lived-in feel.
Kirsten Dunst’s Manhattan Home
Industrial chic meets vintage in this interesting space. The brick wall and dark green tones add an Old World feel paired with sleek lights andopen shelving
Christina Applegate’s California Home
This house may have been built in the 80’s but the kitchen is totally current. White countertops and cabinetry look superb against dark flooring and colorful touches. It’s a space any family would love.
Michelle Williams’s Brooklyn Townhouse
This is modern rustic at its best. Wide plank wood floors look uber cool with stainless steel and contemporary details in this indoor/outdoor living space.
Kelly Wearstler’s Home
If over-the-top glam is what you’re after, this kitchen is for you. Intensely patterned marble and bleached cabinetry add tons of interest to a kitchen that is otherwise light and airy.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s Nolita Apartment
There’s nothing cookie cutter about this glamorous kitchen. The room combines a mix of cabinetry styles and mismatched furniture for an interesting blend. A bookshelf island is cool and unexpected, but the mosaic tile backsplash steals the show.
Cameron Diaz’s Manhattan Apartment
The glam factor in this space is off the charts. You don’t see many emerald green cabinets—paired with brass countertops and backsplash makes them even more special. The unique ceiling light is the cherry on top in this jewel of a kitchen.
Emmy Rossum’s Manhattan Apartment
Here is a kitchen that is both down to earth and totally gorgeous. Oversized white and gold lighting looks chic in a black and white spot. Denim blue chairs keep the space approachable
Martha Stewart’s Home
Brass fixtures, gold accents, gray cabinets, and frosted glass fronts combine for a look that is timeless yet trendy.