By Janet Myers | February 10, 2018
Celebrities make a lot of money and many of them spend it on their homes. With the help and guidance of a professional designer, you too can recreate any of these stunning looks. Below are Design Studio’s top 10 favorite timeless celebrity kitchens to inspire your next kitchen remodel.
Marisa Tomei worked with a designer to create a beautifully clean & artsy kitchen. Her use of floating shelves is the perfect way to showcase her personal style. In her case, she stacked similar style glass bowls and dishes to create a neat and modern vibe with a bit of color. Cork flooring, stainless steel appliances, and white subway tile round out her look.
Gerard Butler used rustic, wood cabinets to create an old-world Bohemian look. The dark wood contrasts beautifully with the stainless steel appliances and sparkling chandelier.
Instead of opting for a crazy modern look, Michael J. Fox has kept things traditional with his classic schoolhouse style and historically accurate kitchen design. The floor is small, square white and black tiles, the drop-down pendant lights float in the middle of the room, and the Shaker-style cabinetry and marble countertops bring everything together.
Cameron Diaz is just as bold in her kitchen as she is on the screen. Her kitchen features dramatic jewel-toned cabinets, mirrored walls, and custom rose-petal-color wallpaper for a romantic and luxurious feel.
While Robin Williams is no longer with us, his Napa Valley estate still is. The coastal/transitional style kitchen features a huge stainless steel range hood, a beige island, and plenty of natural light for an airy yet sophisticated space.
Marble has been in style since ancient times, meaning it's a trend that's probably here to stay. Kelly Wearstler has capitalized on it by adding a marble island and marble walls to her kitchen for a truly colossal appearance. Paired with bleached Douglas fir cabinets, the look is stunning.
Industrial paired with comfortable is the best way to describe Meg Ryan's kitchen, which uses lights from a salvage shop, tall windows, rustic wooden furniture, and high, open-faced cabinets to complete the space.
Clean and white, Courtney Cox's kitchen features vintage barstools, stainless steel sinks, and glossy, seamless cabinets that blend into each other. The gray stone floor finishes the look.
Take a step back in time with Naomi Watts' kitchen, featuring a checkerboard concrete-tile floor that looks straight from the 20s. The space is open and features pendant lights, an island with barstools, and see-through cabinets in a dark wood stain. Light-blue base cabinets and exposed beams are just a couple more details that give this kitchen a retro, yet original look.
Another white and industrial space, Will Ferrell's kitchen is minimalism at its finest. The plain white walls are adorned with pop art, while the black countertops, steel furnishings, and exposed pipes clash nicely.
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