While giving PEOPLE a tour of his L.A. home, Bass called this his “favorite room in the house.” And with stainless steel appliances, matte wood floors and white subway tiles, the bright space is perfect for culinary creativity. “I like to pretend I’m Gordon Ramsay and yell at him,” Bass teased about his husband Michael Turchin.
Having a big family means that the cookbook author must churn out even bigger meals in her L.A. home; the larger-than-life task calls for two kitchen islands to make food prep manageable … and prettier.
A big inspiration for Minkoff’s home designer Alexander Reid? “The peacock blue upholstered dining chairs that Rebecca had in her old space. The color is amazing, and I balanced it by picking it up in the modern barstools at the kitchen counter,” he tells PEOPLE of Minkoff’s Brooklyn home.
The Voice coach’s Miami space is practically begging to host endless dinner parties (a.k.a. the only acceptable way to show off a stainless steel kitchen with a killer view.)
We bet that spacious kitchen (in the star’s Telluride, CO mansion) makes for some epic dinner parties! Wonder if this is where Oprah stashed her truffles and chai tea.
Prep for a dinner party would be a breeze in this (enormous) kitchen, that boasts stainless steel appliances, a deep sink, and a big island in the middle of Banks’ Beverly Hills abode.
The Affair star and his wife’s vibrant decorating style is made apparent in the kitchen of their London home, which has a cheery red and teal color scheme.
Considered the most important room in the house, Child’s husband designed the kitchen, which is a smaller replica of the one they shared in their Cambridge, Massachusetts home.
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The actress’ West Village apartment in New York City, which is listed for $4.5 million, includes an open, light-filled kitchen complete with sleek stainless steel appliances and modern accents.
A cook’s paradise, the actress’ state-of-the-art kitchen even comes with a pizza oven! The Hidden Hills, Calif. mansion, which is listed for $7.75 million, also includes a tasting room with custom temperature controlled wine walls.
The singer’s Coconut Creek, Florida home was recently listed for $2.9 million. The house features a giant gourmet kitchen complete with Italian marble floors as well as a separate guest house that includes a recording and dance studio.
The lifestyle maven’s stunning Seal Harbor, Maine estate was originally owned by the Ford family – and Stewart bought it with nearly everything original included, such as the Fords’ silver, glassware, china, and linens, as well as the kitchen’s vintage Frigidaire refrigerators. “I didn’t have to buy a plate,” she told Architectural Digest in their July issue, “although I’ve certainly added my fair share.”
The dark wood kitchen in the Magic Mike XXL star’s recently-listed, $2-million L.A. home includes granite countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances as well as a wet bar complete with a wine fridge.
The actress is selling her New York City penthouse for a record-breaking $75 million. The landmark property – which she shared with ex-husband Bruce Willis – boasts wraparound terraces with sweeping views of the city and Central Park as well as a grand total of 14 rooms, including a kitchen with a stone floors that match the center island and counters, a Viking range and a double Sub-Zero fridge.
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We’re not surprised by the stunning black granite and stainless steel kitchen in Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka‘s six-bedroom L.A. home – Burtka is a chef, after all. Along with the wine fridge and double oven, we’re loving the custom touches like the main refrigerator’s single glass door and the colorful red stove knobs.
The singer and actress reportedly purchased a $22-million pre-war penthouse in Manhattan’s Flatiron district. Her high-gloss kitchen is mostly white (rumored to be her favorite color) and accented with a mix of tasteful wood tones. During the warmer months, should J-Lo tire of that breakfast bar, she can always eat outside: Her sprawling digs also have a whopping 3,000 square feet of terrace space.
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The basketball star is selling his eight-bathroom, 12,000-sq.-ft. Miami mansion for $17 million. The opulent waterfront estate’s dark-wood-trimmed kitchen features two large islands, a metallic backsplash and a rustic-tiled ceiling that’s clearly high enough make the 6-foot-8 sports legend feel comfortable.
To decorate her L.A. home – and its classically white kitchen – the reality star enlisted the help of Jeff Andrews, Zillow Digs Celeb Home Design Expert. “I worked closely with Kourtney to give her classic kitchen a whimsical and vintage flair with metallic finishes, unique accessories and plenty of flea market finds,” Andrews tells PEOPLE.
The Food Network chef renovated a nearly century-old Tudor house in his hometown of Cleveland, where he has six restaurants. To bring the kitchen up to his exacting standards, Symon added a prep sink with a foot pedal, double-thick Carrara marble countertops and a six-burner BlueStar range, which he told Food Network Magazine was “the only home stove … that performs like a restaurant range.”
When you’re married to a food-loving swimsuit model like Chrissy Teigen, it’s important to have a stunning place to whip up some soup, cake or whatever else she might be craving. The singer and his wife’s Hollywood Hills home includes an open kitchen (great for dinner parties), and an artful mix of both dark and light wood tones.
The Project Runway star sold her Brentwood, California Italian-style villa this summer for $24 million, after transforming the eight-acre estate for her and her four children. The stunning kitchen featured state-of-the-art appliances, a warm color scheme and a mixture of stainless steel and natural stone materials.