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When we learned that The White Lotus star Alexandra Daddario and her film producer husband, Andrew Ford, recently sold their Hancock Park home for a cool $7.6 million, we were quick to hit that listing link. We were hoping to see how the actor’s romantic red carpet looks translated to her interior style, and what we discovered didn’t disappoint. While the outside of the five-bedroom house looks like it was plucked from the Italian countryside, with its pristine hedges, iron balconies, and two-story guesthouse, her kitchen cabinets scream the Cotswolds. Rather than going with popular Shaker-style fronts, the space features beaded panel doors that remind us of a cozy English cottage.

Swathed in a robin’s-egg blue shade, the cupboard fronts and dainty hardware are all on par with what the pros are expecting to see more of in 2023. Interior designer Zoe Feldman specifically called out embellished door profiles as her top kitchen prediction, which included beading like this, as well as step details and ogee edges. Daddario’s cooking area ticks the timeless-charm box, but it also brings in a modern touch with its Calacatta marble counters and massive stainless steel range hood. 

To give your own kitchen a bit of old-world whimsy, you can easily achieve the look by swapping flat door fronts for grooved alternatives. IKEA and Home Depot have wallet-friendly solutions for a quick switch, but for a more elevated upgrade, you could opt for one of Sarah Sherman Samuel’s Semihandmade creations. If it’s Daddario’s soothing hue that has you swooning, you can cover your current cupboards—no matter the door front style—with a few coats of Farrow & Ball’s Stone Blue or Summer Friday from Clare and it’ll feel like a brand-new space, no Emmy-nominated actor’s budget needed.