15 of the Most Beautiful Kitchens to Inspire Your Next Makeover
Our kitchens have become the focus of our homes like never before. If you think about it, it's the space where you socialise, eat and cook, and it serves as the bonding area that ties your home together.
While we've previously rounded up 10 of the biggest kitchen trends of 2021 and shared advice on how you can refresh your kitchen without a renovation, we know you can never be short on kitchen inspiration.
To help transform your kitchen into your favourite area of your house, we're sharing 15 of the most beautiful kitchens we've ever come across. No matter how big or small your space is, or whether you're a minimalist or maximalist, there's something here for everyone.
15 Most Beautiful Kitchens to Inspire Your Next Makeover
A modern yet incredibly warm and calming kitchen. We especially can't get over those pedants - oh, and that statement vase, of course.
Proof you can transform even the smallest of kitchens into your home's dream space.
Cooking and entertaining here will feel like you're staying at five-star beach resort. Also, is anyone else obsessed with that marble kitchen top?
It's rustic vintage in this kitchen, made possible with a gorgeous ceramic light, wooden stools and bronze cabinet hardware.
This is exactly how you nail a white-on-white kitchen.
This open-plan kitchen belongs to one of the most popular homes we've stepped inside of, according to our Instagram followers (and for good reason, too).
This light and bright kitchen will forever be pinned to your moodboard.
With huge windows, wooden floors and our 100% linen hand towels in Sage, we can definitely picture ourselves sipping on our morning coffee here.
Love cottagecore? This cosy and rustic kitchen is made just for you.
This is exactly what comes to mind when somebody says 'dream kitchen' - and we're taking note of that gorgeous mosaic splashback.
This is exactly how to incorporate lines and curves into your kitchen, all while sticking to a neutral colour palette.
A simple kitchen trick is to keep all elements simple, but then paired with a statement benchtop like this chunky-stone-studded terrazzo used in the home of Annie Portelli.
From the ceramic vases on the open shelves to the intricate and textured splashback, all the right things are on display here.
This pastel kitchen is almost too pretty to cook in.
Up close and personal with the details that can help make your kitchen look like it's straight out of the 1970s.