These charming and stylish designer kitchens have the fabulous inspiration you need to spice up your tiny cooking space.
In this New York City home, high above the city, the kitchen's lacquer cabinetry is custom made for a clean, modern aesthetic. It is echoed in style by the backsplash and countertop, made of Calacatta marble. The range is by Viking, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero and the print is by Ellsworth Kelly.
In a glamorous Paris apartment, the kitchen embraces a fresh vision of luxury with mod pendant lights by Tom Dixon and a custom-made, walnut-veneer kitchen island and cabinetry. The stools are by , the ovens and refrigerator are by and the sink fittings are by .
In a Manhattan home, this charming blue kitchen features wood-and-marble cabinets commissioned by an artisan in India. The unique light fixture is by , and the appliances are by . The walls and carpet anchor the room in a dreamy blue palette.
In a gorgeous Cape Cod cottage circa 1880, deep blue makes an appearance on the wood floors and door frame, evocative of the nearby sea. A vintage seascape hangs above an antique butcher block, echoing the kitchen's ocean-inspired palette.
The country home of the Kasliwal family — owners of the legendary Indian jewelry house — is in a converted cowshed on the outskirts of Jaipur. In the kitchen, the custom cabinetry was made by a local artisan; brass urns hold wheat, rice, and other grains.
Like most Manhattan apartments, designer Kimille Taylor's Upper West Side abode has a pint-sized kitchen — but that doesn't mean she had to sacrifice style. The chic space contains a oven, a refrigerator, and marble counters. The subway tile is from and the unique flooring is oak painted with a custom design.
Fabric impresario John Robshaw's Connecticut country house is quaint and colorful. Just because the kitchen is petite doesn't mean it is any less full of life. The kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman, the sink fittings are by , the ceiling lights are by , the countertops are marble, and the custom dhurrie is by Robshaw. The walls are painted in and the cabinetry in , both by Benjamin Moore.
Amanda Seyfried's Catskills retreat, designed by , is a stylish (and slightly quieter) alternative to Hamptons living. Inside the kitchen, perfect for entertaining despite the limited square-footage, the range and hood are by , the sink is fitted with a faucet, and the backsplash is of tiles by . The island has a countertop of , the pairs of pendant lights are by , and the cabinets are painted in .
In a Brooklyn townhouse owned by wallpaper maven Kate Reynolds, the kitchen counters are Calacatta Gold marble, the backsplash tile is by , the range is by , the stools are from and the light fixture is by .
In Emmy Rossum's classic New York City apartment, the elongated kitchen space has a range and hood by , the cabinets are by , the antique runner is from and the photograph is by .
This New York apartment's kitchen boasts a range by , the sink and fittings are by , the cabinetry is by , and the barstool is by .
Designed by Ken Fulk, this cozy Montana kitchen features a range and hood by Thermador and the custom island is made of cherry wood with an oak butcher-block countertop. The stools are by , the backsplash tiles are by Pewabic Pottery, and the pendant lights are by Niche.
Designer Stephan Jones and San Francisco art dealer Francis Mill turned a former warehouse space into an art-filled apartment. The kitchen is no exception: the statement wall sculpture is by . The cabinetry is by , the countertops are , the faucet is by , and the stools are by .
A 1930s Connecticut weekend house gets a modern makeover; In the kitchen, the island has a top of honed Carrara marble, the wall tiles are by , the stove is , and the stools are by ; the 19th-century Windsor chair is a family heirloom, and the 1920s English pendants are from BK Antiques.
A vintage French artist's table serves as the kitchen island in this Hamptons home. The stove is by , the sink and fittings are by , and the dishwasher is by GE; the sign on the ceiling beams is original to the house.
In a minimalist New York City apartment with pops of color, a narrow kitchen features cabinetry by , a countertop and sink by , fittings by , and an oven and cooktop by . The light fixture is by , and the floor is terrazzo.
A pair of 19th-century English chairs and a Kartell table fit perfectly into the corner of this tiny Brazilian kitchen in a São Paulo building.
In Marisa Tomei's home, the small kitchen is marked by a Saarinen table paired with 1940s French garden chairs. The range is by , the dishwasher is by and the flooring is cork.
In a Woodstock, New York retreat, a pony peeks into the kitchen, which showcases custom-made beadboard cabinetry, a sink and a vintage Moroccan rug.
In a Southampton home designed by , the small kitchen is distinguished by glazed, black subway tile on the walls. The tiling on the floor is classic French and the white hood is custom made.
In a Moscow apartment designed by , pendant lights by hang above a black table in a quaint kitchen. The chairs are by and the plates on the counter are by .
In the Connecticut kitchen of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex's Connecticut kitchen, a factory stool from London adds industrial style to an otherwise quaint, country chic space.
A breezy, beachy Southampton home belonging to fashion executive Scott Currie has a kitchen that — despite its seaside locale — exhibits a modest country aesthetic. The farmhouse-style ceramic sink is from and the fittings are by .
In architect and antiques dealer 's French-Scandinavian kitchen in Miami, an elegant marble island is paired with Swedish stools by .
In this Cape Cod cottage, the small kitchen's custom-made cabinetry is painted in , and the walls are in , both by Farrow & Ball. The countertops are butcher block, the sink fittings are by and the Wedgewood stove is antique.
Designed by , this Swedish kitchen's custom countertops and shelving are birch, the oven and cooktop are by and the antique stove in the foreground is original to the house.
Magdalena Björnsdotter and Erik Björklund covered their century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden in bright white paint. The black and white kitchen includes a flea-market table, industrial-style chairs and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by .
The kitchen of a Manhattan townhouse designed by features Carrara-marble counters and a custom-made stainless-steel hood and storage unit; the stove is by .
The wall of custom-made cabinetry in celebrity hairstylist 's Manhattan kitchen is Shaker-inspired and built into the space behind the staircase.
In a New York apartment, surround a table in the kitchen; the light sculpture is by Isamu Noguchi, the candlesticks are by , the cabinetry is custom-made and the Tara sink fittings are by .