70 Kitchens That'll Make You Want To Redo Yours

You've been dreaming of that custom backsplash forever. Now's the time.

Victoria Pearson

The kitchen is probably the most used room in your house, so you want it to be a space you enjoy spending time in. From country casual to sleek and modern—and literally everything in between–we've got all the kitchen inspiration you could ever need. Marble countertops, we're coming for you.

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Victoria Pearson
Don't Be Afraid Of Green

This is, without a doubt, the sexiest kitchen ever. Pair green with brass and white, and everyone will be envious. Trust.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt
Go Minimalist

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.

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Courtesy of David Tsay for Emily Henderson Designs
Make Your Tile A Little More Exciting

Your cabinets shouldn't have all the fun. Go all out with a bold patterned floor.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs
Let Your Island Do Double Duty

Part workspace, part dining table, part book shelf—let an oversized island serve multiple purposes.

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Victoria Pearson
Live Your Healthiest Life

Year-round on-demand fresh herbs? No, it's not a new start-up, but the idea behind an in-kitchen grow room designer Matthew Quinn devised for this healthy kitchen.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt
Add Marble

Marble can be as fancy or as industrial-cool as you want it to be, based on the materials you pair with it. We're swooning over the black and gold range.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs
Warm It Up With A Rug

All white is classic, but it can get blah, fast. Warm it up and add contrast with a patterned, colored rug.

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Courtesy of Nicole Franzen
Keep It Unfinished

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.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt for Emily Henderson Designs
Choose Fun Lighting

Use your lighting to up the fun vibes in your kitchen. These white and gold pendants add a modern, slightly glam, touch to this kitchen.

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Courtesy of Veneer Designs
Make It Modern

Sleek, streamlined wood—we're so here for it. Add some potted plants and it'll feel a little more inviting.

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Courtesy of Black Lacquer Design
Crossover To The Dark Side

Can you mix black and blue together? Totally, just make sure your room has enough natural light, otherwise it could feel like a cave.

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt
Choose Unique Stools

Your counter stools should be as important as your dining chairs—you'll always be able to see them, and they can add some contrast to your kitchen. These leather-topped wooden stools are serious goals.

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Courtesy of Nicole Franzen
Take Your Cabinets Two-Toned

Why settle for one color when you could have two? Just make sure you choose two complimentary colors so nothing clashes, like the blue and gray in this kitchen.

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Courtesy of Lark & Linen
Use Subway Tile

Here's one more reason to love subway tiling. Use it all around your kitchen and it will help the space feel wider.

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jon de la cruz kitchen of the year kitchen island
Jonny Valiant
Combine Black & White

A glazed backsplash and weathered oak island feel sleek and sexy in a kitchen. The hanging rack is functional and stylish.

More: 50+ Impossibly Chic Kitchen Backsplashes

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sara gilbane blue florida kitchen
Paul Costello
Add A Ladder

Mix form with function by outfitting your kitchen with a ladder. Moroccan tiles add a bright pop of blue to break up all the wood.

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Richard Anuszkiewicz Kitchen
Jennifer Hughes
Get A Wood Island

Crafted from walnut, imbuia, and anigre, the nearly 11-foot-long island was inspired by English antiques. Elegance to the max.

More: 15 Stylish and Unique Kitchen Island Designs

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Annie Schlechter
Drop Your Floor

A dropped floor makes a rustic kitchen feel even larger. The exposed wood beams in the ceiling also give it that farmhouse vibe.

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Nancy Nolan
Go Monochromatic

No matter where you live, this shade of blue will transport you straight to the coast. Since this space opens onto the family room, they used the color on everything—from the island to the refrigerator panel—to help it all recede.

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James Baigrie
Use Open Shelving

This home kitchen is inspired by a working kitchen. Use open shelving to add to the utilitarian feel.

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justina blakeney jungalow kitchen counter
David Tsay
Blend It All Together

A pale green blends seamlessly between the kitchen and dining area of this "Jungalow," especially when paired with the Moroccan clay tile backsplash.

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Amy Neunsinger
Pick A Bold Color

Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.

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Francesco Lagnese
Try Some Subtle Stripes

When the budget didn't allow for a paneled kitchen, they came up with another tactic for a cozy space: stripes. 's Searching Blue coats the cabinets, while the walls use the same base color mixed 50 percent lighter and 150 percent darker.

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Lisa Romerein
Contrast Textures

The contrast between the rustic stonework and streamlined stainless steel appliances give this French-inspired kitchen a serious wow factor. To maximize entertaining space, downsize an island and add a trestle table with stools.

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David A. Land
Try Tiny Window Shades

The rattan pendant in this kitchen ups the coastal vibes, but we're most obsessed with these tiny blue window shades. Future beach house goals.

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kitchen of the year banquette
Trevor Tondro
Mix Brass & Blue

For a glam but gender-neutral color scheme, opt for brass and blue. A banquette offers cozy seating.

More: 20 Blue Paint Colors That Are Seriously Serene

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Pernille Loof
Try A Black Hood

Create a sophisticated cooking space with a vintage canopy hood. Glossy ebony cabinets add drama, while farmhouse sinks and a 10½-foot long island easily handle meal prep when there's a crowd.

More: 12 Black Kitchens That Are Right on Trend

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red bamboo chippendale chairs
Eric Piasecki
Mix Red & Yellow

The tile backsplash was the inspiration for the coordinating yellow-glazed walls in a Naples, Florida, kitchen. Red stools make it feel even more vibrant.

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James Merrell
Go Nautical

This may be a pricier renovation, but if you've always dreamed of living that Lonely Island, "I'm On A Boat" life (uh, don't we all?), go all-out on the coastal look with porthole windows.

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Victoria Pearson
Make Purposeful Updates

You don't have to re-do your whole kitchen to make a statement. This kitchen has existing countertops and white range, but the cabinets were painted and hexagonal terracotta floor tiles were added, as well as open shelves.

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