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Our Most Pinned Kitchens

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Written and produced by Julianne Hilmes
  • Emily Followill

    This Atlanta kitchen, with its yummy blue-gray cabinets, is overwhelmingly our most repinned kitchen. The cabinets pair nicely with the cool stone floor, but really we can’t get enough of those cabinets, and clearly you feel the same!

    Tour this kitchen’s home.

    Kitchen design: Design Galleria

  • There are plenty of reasons to love this photo. That cleverly concealed dishwasher is just the start. What about the farmhouse sink, the cherry red cabinetry, and that cool Coca-Cola bottle opener?

    Click here for savvy kitchen island storage.

  • Emily Jenkins Followill

    In this breakfast nook, a built-in corner bench and shelves create a cozy place to hang out while checking views from the front windows. Drawers beneath the banquette provide extra storage space.

    Tour this charming home.

    Architect: G. Geoffrey Bray
    Interior designer: Wendy Kirkland

  • Here’s to fabulous kitchen pinspiration! This popular pin shows a pull-out towel rack. This keeps towels within reach but out of sight, and is designed to blend in with the rest of the cabinets.

    Check out this slideshow for more kitchen updates that pay back.

  • This lovely white island features furniture-style detailing. Glass front doors embellished with faux muntins offer a stylish way of seeing what’s stored inside.

    More kitchen updates that pay back.

  • Tria Giovan

    Cooking is easy breezy in this blue-and-white summer home kitchen. White cabinets and a marble island contrast beautifully against the walnut flooring and wooden barstools.

    Tour the whole cottage here.

    Architectural design: Gary Nance
    Interior design: Suzanne Kasler

  • John Bessler

    British designer Christopher Peacock, the man who gave us the iconic white kitchen, spends most of his at-home time in his own kitchen and adjoining family room. We can see why! Wide-plank wood floors refinished in a chocolate stain complement the white cabinets, while white marble with an organic pattern of gray spots adds drama to the space.

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    Kitchen design: Christopher Peacock
    Interior design: Sophie Thibon Interiors

  • Courtesy of Mick De Giulio

    “Light is what I think about first when designing a kitchen,” says designer Mick De Giulio. “I like to keep the flow of natural light unrestricted by not placing cabinets too close to windows. I also try to maximize views and create the feeling of openness by lowering the height of windowsills to make them even with the countertop.” We certainly appreciate how he built transparency and openness in this kitchen!

    Read all of Mick's design tips here.

  • Colleen Duffley

    Windows featuring a distinct diamond pattern lend a touch of farmhouse charm above an apron-front sink, while solid Calacatta marble countertops and backsplash retain the kitchen’s understated elegance. Fresh cut flowers in the sink and the miniature topiaries on the windowsill add to the pretty vignette.

    See our best showhouse kitchens.

    Design: Bob Bakes

  • Gordon Beall

    Reclaimed white oak flooring has the chance to shine in Meredith Vieira’s New York kitchen. The stately island is also made from reclaimed wood. It is chestnut with a tung-oil finish.

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    Architect: Radoslav Opacic
    Interior design: Stanley Hura

  • Colleen Duffley

    Another gorgeous wooden kitchen, this one with a soaring ceiling, easily made our top 25. An antique French candy counter was divided in half and repurposed as one-of-a-kind kitchen cabinets for this ranch home. We are feeling the cottage charm of those wide plank wood floors. Are you?

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    Interior design, contracting and landscape design: Randy Korando and Dan Belman

  • Dominique Vorillon

    In Sela Ward’s Bel Air home, light streams in through the conservatory windows. Antique oak beams and a vintage counter from France add patina to the neutral space.

    See her stylish home here.

    Architect for renovation: Robbin Hayne
    Interior design: Ann Runion Carter

  • Werner Straube

    This De Giulio-designed kitchen was one of 5 he did for the Ritz Carlton Showcase apartments. In this unit, a simple neutral palette was used with clean lines. You can see the rest of Frank Ponterio's showcase apartment here.

    Kitchen design: Mick De Giulio

  • Werner Straube

    Clever storage is a bonus for any space, but even better when it’s stylishly integrated into the kitchen. Here, sliding panels near the range create a sleek marble-tile backsplash when closed, but open to reveal handy spices. “A kitchen needs to work,” says designer Mick De Giulio of this space. 

    Tour this gorgeous kitchen.

    Design: Mick De Giulio

  • Michael Garland

    Barstools with a limed finish add warmth to this all-white space and provide seating at the oversized island. Click here to see more of Bill and Giuliana Rancic’s former Los Angeles home.

    Interior design: Lonni Paul
    Builder: David Herskowitz

  • John Bessler

    We’re not sure what feature we like more, the oval window above the sink, or the robin’s egg blue paint on the walls, but this spacious cottage kitchen exudes charm. Materials include a tile backsplash, granite counters, and a wood-topped island. 

    Tour this spacious beach house.

    Kitchen design: Francie Milano Kitchens
    Interior design: Mary O’Brien Cabaron


  • With a stone sink, limestone countertops, and alder cabinets, this De Giulio-designed kitchen exudes country charm. 

    Elegant kitchens with warm wooden cabinets.

    Kitchen design: Mick De Giulio

  • Tria Giovan

    Architectural designer Louise Brooks loves the crisp look of an all-white kitchen—particularly her kitchen, shown here. Upper wall cabinets with glass-front doors hold white dishes. A light blue lantern above the island provides subtle color. See her elegant home.

    Architectural designer: Louise Brooks
    Interior designer: Lynn Morgan

  • Werner Straube

    We are suckers for gorgeous all-white kitchens, but the “Calacatta Gold” marble countertops are truly the show stealers in this remodeled kitchen.

    More of this Minnesota home here

    Kitchen and bath design, space planning, custom cabinetry and interior design: Rosemary Merrill

  • We would never want to get up from breakfast if we were sitting on this oversized banquette. We love the spectacular window and natural light in this breakfast nook, not to mention the charming English countryside vibe we are getting from those cushions.

    More smart, beautiful kitchen banquettes.

  • John Bessler

    Designed with the mornings in mind, the hutch and wall shelves serve as a breakfast station, providing everything needed for a quick morning meal (for humans and canines alike!). See more of this kitchen.

    Architect: McKee Patterson
    Interior designer: Joan Nemirow
    Builder: Michael Greenberg & Assoc.

  • Despite it’s thoroughly modern appearance, the commercial style range looks right at home in this black-and-white kitchen. The ebony-finished island is topped with Calacatta Gold marble. 

    Dazzling rooms in black and white. 

    Interior design:  Anthony Como

  • Dominique Vorillon

    This showhouse kitchen is dreamy! The deep blue base on this kitchen island highlights the veining in the Calacatta marble island top. Calacatta marble tiles are also used on the range backsplash, which is crowned by a white mantel-style range hood.

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    Design: Mary McDonald

  • Colleen Duffley

    One thing we know for sure, this small kitchen is big on style. Designed for Traditional home’s Built for Women III Showhouse, this compact galley kitchen was meant for a young, single sophisticate who enjoys casual entertaining. 

    More great ideas for small kitchens.

    Design: Scott Laslie

  • Ahhh, the one thing we can’t get enough of—clever kitchen storage! This refrigerator drawer incorporated into the island extends the amount of cold storage without carving out space for a second full-size fridge. Ta-da! 

    Find more kitchen storage ideas here.

  • The Sidecar, price available upon request from Moore & Giles [1-800-737-0169]

    This beautifully crafted bar cart, The Sidecar by Moore and Giles, is a great way to store liquor, glassware, bar tools, and anything else needed to complete your own miniature bar. The cart, made of Virginia black walnut, birch, leather, aluminum, and brass, is wheeled to make sure the party can travel with you. Perfect for drink-lovers without the space for a full bar.