Do you have a celebrity crush? Have you ever wondered where your favourite celebrity makes their first cup of tea in the morning? I have looked into the world of showbiz, where many celebrity kitchen styles are different, whether they live in London or the other side of the world. Some of the kitchens are just as stylish as their famous owners and maybe with the gallery below of celeb kitchens it may just give you some ideas for your very own modern space.
Courtney Cox is most famous for her role as Monica in Friends. Her kitchen is made up of all-white surfaces, with big stylish tiles. She has used wooden elements and greenery to bring natural beauty and the outside into her Malibu beach house that overlooks the sea. Monica would love it!
J Lo’s kitchen consists of a soft colour palette which is simply gorgeous and fit for a diva! A beautiful range cooker takes centre stage with gold decal and a large mirrored splashback behind. Again this celebrity chose white worktops which are in a deep thickness and balances the colours.
John Legend & Chrissy Teigen
Their kitchen is a perfect mix of classic and contemporary. This elegant galley kitchen is nothing less than what we would expect from the Hollywood duo. It is full of bright, metallic accents that pop against the dark cabinetry and a stunning, mosaic backsplash that feels more of an ‘upscale bar’ than a ‘working kitchen’. The glamourous island houses a top of the range electric cooktop and a place for the whole family to sit.
Lady Gaga’s kitchen design features a galley layout with Italian roots coming through loud and clear in her luxe Malibu estate. You can see exposed beams, earthy tones, and an open floor plan that flows through to a cosy refinement.
Cameron’s kitchen in Manhattan certainly shines with unlacquered brass countertops and backsplashes that light up every corner. A glam, art deco chandelier and beautiful emerald cabinetry make the whole space dazzle in the spotlight. The kitchen definitely has the best parts of form and function.
This apartment kitchen in New York City has an open, spacious hub of the home which is fitted with clean lines, stainless steel fittings and appliances. A clean and bright space with striking black and white floor tiles that leads the eye to the spectacular city views from the kitchen window.
Rene’s Connecticut farmhouse dates back to 1770 and has a rich history attached. The kitchen is of a distinctive traditional theme that honours the style of the home but with all the latest luxuries. The all-white colour palette is contrasted with striking black knobs and a natural wood butcher block on the island.
This bachelor pad that is part artsy, part medieval castle and part rustic French chateau makes a very exciting heart of the home. The whole kitchen makes a statement with distressed cabinets and an uneven stone backsplash crafted out of unused flooring to give a charming, old-world look, with sleek, stainless steel appliances bringing the kitchen back into the 21st century. Gerard has also opted for a butcher-block island with a crystal chandelier to complete the look.
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