The Food Network star opens up the kitchen in her Walnut Creek, California home

By Ana Calderone
Updated November 30, 2016 03:36 PM
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Steph and Ayesha Curry wasted no time breaking in the kitchen in their Walnut Creek, California home after moving in only a few days before Christmas last year.

“Everyone was in town, so they kind of moved in with us,” Ayesha tells Food Network Magazine in their December issue, on newsstands now, of the space where she developed many of the recipes in her cookbook, The Seasoned Life.

When she wasn’t unpacking, the Ayesha’s Homemade star treated her 25 holiday guests to prime rib and lasagna made on the 65-inch La Cornue range (a gift from Steph for her 26th birthday). With its gold hardware, the stunning stove — which the couple had moved from their previous home — ties in perfectly with the mostly all-white kitchen and its bits of metallic accents.

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For backsplash, Ayesha chose a herringbone pattern and decorated with drawings made by her two kids, Riley, 3, and Ryan 1, with the Golden State Warriors point guard. “Frames make it look like purchased art,” she says. “I think it’s perfect.”

Though the busy mom says she loves the bright white room, she does have one design regret: the marble counters. “I wish I’d done something more childproof, wine-friendly and citrus-friendly,” she says.