Luxury kitchen decor ideas

Luxury kitchen decor ideas DEFAULT

As the official heart of the home, it makes perfect design sense for your kitchen to represent your chic style. A sleek, updated, showstopper of a kitchen will garner more compliments than you can count from guests and family members. Top designers around the country have predicted that one of the top kitchen design trends for 2021 will be kitchens that don't exactly feel like kitchens, and instead feel just as "decorated" as other rooms in the house. And with innovative appliances constantly hitting the market, there's no better time than now for that well-deserved kitchen upgrade.

Whether your looking to give your walls a fresh coat of paint, upgrade your kitchen lighting, or looking to liven up your all-white cook space with a new kitchen backsplash or a kitchen rug, we've gathered 30 of our best kitchen decor ideas from the world's most celebrated interior designers to help inspire. From contemporary cues found in modern kitchens in Paris lofts to timeless lessons from the English countryside, these extraordinary kitchens are loaded with functional yet sophisticated décor ideas.

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Luxury Kitchen Design

What defines a luxury kitchen? Explore the options for luxury kitchen design, and prepare to create a best-in-class kitchen in your own home.

Luxury kitchen designs tend to combine the highest-quality materials, leading-edge technologies and top-of-the-line appliances (and, like it or not, a heaping helping of budget) to create magazine-worthy kitchens.

If you're contemplating a kitchen remodel or installing a new kitchen, and budget isn't your second, third or even a top ten concern, you'll definitely want to explore the wide range of options available for luxury kitchens.

Features of a Luxury Kitchen

Nick Sargent Photography

This kitchen's gorgeous custom La Cornue stove and range hood were created for a homeowner who loves to cook and entertain.

High-End Appliances

In terms of appliances, accessories and cooking and cleaning implements, the sky is the limit in many luxury kitchens. Double-door refrigerators, double and triple sinks, ranges with row upon row of burners and fast-cooking, high-tech ovens are all common features. Adding a Rolls-Royce of ranges (Aga, La Cornue, Thermador, Bertazzoni Heritage) shows you are a serious foodie with the bank to invest in luxury cooking implements.

Traditional, Contemporary and Modern Style

While no particular style is more common for luxury kitchens than another, some seem to naturally lend themselves to a luxurious approach. Traditional, contemporary and modern style kitchens are common in luxury homes, although if your budget will accommodate a luxury kitchen design, no one's going to stop you from creating one in a rustic, country or farmhouse style.

Luxe Materials Like Marble + Granite

Materials for luxury kitchens tend to be high-end, durable and attractive. Countertops are often granite, backsplashes may be as well, or they may feature custom tile work in mosaic, subway or other styles, to add visual interest.

Parks Realty, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Luxury Woods + Custom Cabinetry

Luxury kitchen cabinets are usually similarly high-end, often custom-made from expensive woods like cherry or ebony. They typically feature durable high-quality hardware with expert interior construction. Traditional cabinet doors may feature intricately carved faces or molding, while modern and contemporary styles will be sleek and unadorned — often featuring no-hardware opening — but boast similarly sturdy construction and expert craftsmanship.

Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Epic Islands

No longer content with just one island, the luxury kitchen features two with room for eating and food prep and an abundance of storage. Super-sizing your island also ups the luxury factor, adding more work space and a sense of drama.

Glam Range Hoods

A custom range hood rather than a standard stainless one not only adds a bespoke detail, it can coordinate beautifully with your hardware, lighting and other features for design cohesion.

Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Statement Light Fixtures

Gorgeous designer or imported light fixtures, especially when hung in multiples, give visual impact to your kitchen.

Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Clutter-Free Countertops

Keeping clutter hidden and your surfaces sleek means you have plenty of space to store items and value aesthetics above all.

High-Tech Touches

Touchless faucets, charging stations, smart refrigerators and built-in iPad and television screens bring efficiency and connectivity to the kitchen.

Jeff Herr/TerraCotta Design Build

Plenty of Built-In and Purpose-Driven Storage

Custom-space for everything from paper towel rolls to spices and cleaning products is the ultimate luxury in our organization-obsessed age.

Jackson Design and Remodeling

Customization

A built-in deep fryer, a wine or drink refrigerator, mutiple freezer drawers, an espresso station, a brick oven, are all ways to adapt the kitchen to your needs and set your kitchen apart from your neighbor's.

Hidden Appliances

Custom cabinentry that keeps refrigerators and small appliances out of sight continues to be a way to give a high-end kitchen a sleek appearance.

Christian Garibaldi, Garibaldi Imagineering LLC

Metallics

All that glitters is an important aspect of turning an ordinary kitchen into a luxurious one. Gold and metallic touches on range hoods and light fixtures, mixed metals and shiny surfaces all add glamour to your kitchen's look.

Emily J Followill, as seen in Quintessential Kitchens and Spaces by Matthew Quinn: Volume Two

Double of Everything

Double islands, double sinks, double ovens all add up to a kitchen built for maximum efficiency and luxury.

A Custom Backsplash

The ability to create a one-of-a-kind backsplash from tile or a slab of marble is like having an original artwork in your kitchen.

A Striking Ceiling

Whether painted or graced with custom millwork, a striking ceiling is another way to show you have the discretionary funds to not overlook any design element.

Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

A Butler's Pantry

At ther service of keeping mess and clutter at bay and making sure small appliances are stowed away, the ample storage in a butler's pantry makes it a must-have.

Bold Color

A striking, on-trend color, from black to blue to pink shows you have an awareness of trends and can afford to redo your kitchen when the fashion has passed.

Houlihan Lawrence, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

A Signature Sink

The kitchen sink is actually the most used kitchen appliance and should be a focal point where you allocate a major share of your kitchen budget.

Kitchen Layout Options

Many homeowners begin their luxury kitchen design process by considering the layout of the kitchen of their dreams. There are several options to choose from.

Galley

Galley kitchens are fairly straightforward affairs featuring a narrow passage between two walls. One wall generally features cooking components and storage, the other generally features cleaning components and more storage. Galley kitchens are common in smaller homes, and would be a less common choice for a luxury kitchen — they're efficient affairs, but their configurations limit the luxe level considerably, though higher-end apartments and tiny homes can certainly enhance the luxury factor by adding luxury elements to their galley kitchen.

L-Shaped

L-shaped kitchens offer a slightly more high-end option, with an angled cooking and cleaning area, more room for storage, and a better opportunity to feature a kitchen island.

U-Shaped

Finally, U-shaped kitchens are probably best suited for a luxury kitchen design — they feature three walls ready for cooking, storage or cleaning features, and they're often large enough to accommodate a considerable center island for food preparation and extra storage.

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Looking for luxury kitchen ideas? Well, let's just pretend for a second you have all the money in the world for a second, what would your space look like? Would you invest in a luxurious breakfast bar, hand-painted cabinets or marble worktops, or would you opt for structural changes for a completely bespoke look? 

We have scoured the world of luxury kitchens and gathered the most gorgeous and most ingenious design ideas to take your kitchen to the next level – whether you choose to invest in the real thing or emulate them with clever copycats.

And when you've finished daydreaming (we do understand that it may take a while), move on to more practical advice and realistic inspiration over on our kitchen ideas page.

1. Invest in bespoke cabinets that never date

(Image credit: Blakes London)

The most important – and often costliest – element in any kitchen is the quality of the cabinetry. How to choose yours? We say, a classic, detailed design showcasing quality materials and workmanship is always the best way to go. You can opt for a restrained Shaker-style design that will never date, or go as ornate and luxurious as you like. 

Need more inspiration? We have a whole kitchen cabinet ideas feature for you to peruse.

2. Go for fully customisable, modular industrial fittings

(Image credit: Scavolini)

If you are coveting an industrial look, then bespoke is still the best way to achieve the luxury kitchen of your dreams. Mind, industrial needn't mean heavy-look or brutalist – with the right level of craftsmanship, an industrial kitchen can still look elegant. 

Scavolini’s newest kitchen has been designed in partnership with Diesel, and the designer credentials show. The fittings are made from modular steel tubes that can be customized and recomposed according to your needs. The industrial-style metal frame table is also part of the Open Workshop collection, and can be finished in a variety of materials, from quartz to granite. 

3. Pick a bespoke marble worktop

(Image credit: Barbara Genda)

Marble worktops are one of our favorite luxury kitchen ideas. Why marble? Two main reasons: it looks incredibly elegant, more so any other real stone used for worktops, and it is always cool to the touch (due to its poor heat-conducting properties) – a valuable functional trait in a hot, steamy kitchen. 

Want a marble lookalike or a different worktop completely? Find out more about the best kitchen worktops in our guide.

4.  Install a one-of-a-kind splashback

(Image credit: Humphrey Munson)

How about a kitchen that looks a bit like a luxury boudoir? The devil is in the detail: think gorgeous taps and a bespoke splashback.

This luxury Hampstead kitchen has been designed by Humphrey Munson and features a bespoke antique mirror-effect splashback, a Kohler sink with aged brass taps by Perrin & Rowe as well as the Parthian hot tap for instant boiling water.  

Consider even more options with our kitchen splashback ideas.

5. Go for a kitchen island with an integrated wine cooler

(Image credit: Tom Howley)

If you are looking for luxury kitchen ideas, chances are you already have a wine collection that’s kept in either a cellar or a wine room. A wine fridge in the kitchen itself, however, is more convenient, especially when you simply want a glass of wine while you’re cooking. 

6. Make sure you have ample kitchen island seating

(Image credit: Martin Moore)

Easiest way to transform your kitchen into a chic kitchen diner? Add kitchen island seating. Bar stools are fine, but for a really elegant and streamlined look, we’d go with integrated seating. 

This New Deco kitchen by Martin Moore features velvet-upholstered kitchen island seating, which completes the Jazz-era-inspired design scheme (and takes comfort to the next level). 

For even more options, have a browse through our guide to styling a kitchen island with seating.

7. Pick handleless cabinets for a streamlined look

(Image credit: Such Designs)

This gorgeous Kensington kitchen by Such Designs achieves its understated look by juxtaposing different finishes – the shiny worktop surface with the matt lacquer finish of the Rotpunkt kitchen cabinets. The clever handleless design completes the streamlined effect. 

8. Switch to the hob to end all hobs

(Image credit: TM Italia)

A kitchen, even a very luxurious one, is first and foremost for cooking. So, investing in a high-quality cooker and hob makes sense; it really helps if the hob looks great, too – after all, it's always on show. 

The FX Carbon hob by TM Italia promises to turn 'food preparation into a futuristic experience' and features a digital console that allows you to control the concealed sink, concealed ovens, and even check emails. The uber-stylish beehive design is impressive, too. Available at Hub Kitchens.

9. For maximum impact pick an all-marble kitchen island 

(Image credit: Blakes London)

Kitchen islands come in a wide variety of materials and finishes, but for maximum design impact, nothing beats an all-marble island. 

This kitchen by Blakes London has been taken to the next level with a marble island that showcases the unique veined pattern in the stone; luxurious yet understated. 

See more kitchen island ideas in our gallery.

10. Let a bespoke structural feature take centre stage

(Image credit: Humphrey Munson)

If you are ready to give your kitchen a complete transformation, consider a structural addition or alteration that will really pull the design together. 

This stunning London kitchen designed by Humphrey Munson features a bespoke canopy that's been built specially to conceal the extractor – and accentuate the beautiful six-oven black Aga.  The overall effect is dramatic and a touch Scandinavian – we love it. 

11. Be bold with an all over colour 

(Image credit: deVol)

Want to add real oomph to a smaller kitchen? Our answer is: bold, all-over color. A great paint color will really bring out the quality of your cabinets – and bring to life other details, such as lighting and handles. 

The Peckham Rye kitchen by deVol makes a truly stunning case for going bold with colour. We love the way the same color and finish has been applied to the walls and the cabinets, making the decorative elements of the kitchen stand out. The addition of marble completes the luxurious, eclectic look. 

Ready to experiment with color? We have plenty of kitchen color schemes for you to check out. 

12. Think practical with a double kitchen sink

(Image credit: Plain English Kitchens)

Two is better than one, trust us. Yes, it is true that a double-bowl sink can make washing up easier, and that one of the bowls can be connected to your rubbish disposal (handy if you peel a lot of veg on a regular basis). But for our money, the most convenient aspect of having a double-bowl, double-tap sink is the opportunity for two people to cook at the same time without getting in each other's way, or for one sink to be used for cooking, one for washing up. Perfect for busy households – or for teaching the kids how to cook, too. 

This New York kitchen is by Plain English Kitchens. Clearly designed with consummate cooks in mind, not only does it have a double sink, but it also mixes work surfaces to cover every need and preference. 

Make sure you buy the best kitchen sink with the help of our guide.

13. Treat yourself to a really luxurious larder

(Image credit: Guild Anderson)

A good, well-stocked larder is a sure sign of a prosperous home; bespoke is best, as always, with a bespoke larder fitting in seamlessly with the rest of your cabinets. 

See more freestanding kitchen ideas – from larders to kitchen islands in our gallery.

14. Pay attention to the details 

(Image credit: Smallbone of Devizes)

Attention to detail is key to a harmonious luxury kitchen design; put it another way: what makes just a kitchen a really beautiful kitchen is not just the big stuff. Think in terms of things that aren't the first thing you notice, but that contribute to the overall look and feel of the kitchen. Handles are one such crucial detail – the shape, size, and material should all bring out the best in your cabinets. 

We think the beaten silver handles in this kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes are just perfect. 

(Image credit: Sola Kitchens)

Let's face it, the extractor is not the most exciting of kitchen elements; which is not to say you have to settle for ugly. This polished brass extractor by Sola Kitchens is lustrous and beautiful, it could easily pass for a decorative piece. 

16. Complete the room with sumptuous wood flooring 

(Image credit: Plain English Design)

We think that nothing quite completes a traditional kitchen design scheme like wood flooring, especially if the kitchen opens onto a dining area or utility room. It is true that real stone flooring, or ceramic or porcelain tiles are more practical – but there is a warmth and elegance that is only achievable with wood. Do choose engineered wood flooring, however, rather than solid – it will better cope with the changes in temperature and humidity. 

Find out more about choosing the right kitchen flooring in our guide.

17. Add softness with upholstered chairs

(Image credit: Blakes London)

This is a luxury kitchen idea you can bring into any space –  great dining chairs. Think roomy and upholstered, in a sumptuously textured material such as velvet. This two-toned kitchen by Blakes London is livened up with patterned upholstered chairs by Libby Avigdori.. 

Don't miss our selection of the best traditional dining chairs and best contemporary dining chairs.

18. Change the game with a range cooker

(Image credit: Blakes London)

A really high-quality, beautiful range cooker can rightfully take center stage in a kitchen. To really show off yours, go for a contrasting color to the rest of your kitchen.  Find out more about the best range cookers in our guide.

19. Pick a smart window treatment to complete the look

(Image credit: Humphrey Munson)

Of course, many kitchens look just fine without any window treatments, and you may well want to make the most of a nice large window and the light it brings in. But what if your kitchen faces a busy road – or, conversely, a dull fence you don't fancy looking at? That's where a smart window treatment comes in handy. A blind is the most practical and elegant option for the kitchen. 

For more inspiration, browse our kitchen window ideas.

20. Blend kitchen and living space

(Image credit: Sola Kitchens)

If your home is open plan, or if you like spending time in your kitchen, rather than just cooking in it, consider creating a luxury kitchen design that borrows from, or blends in with living room decor. The Frillen kitchen by Sola Kitchens features an airy breakfast bar area that links the kitchen to the open plan living area.

Find out more about open plan kitchen ideas in our feature.

(Image credit: Humphrey Munson)

Want to introduce a bit of countryside charm into your luxury kitchen? Elegant open shelves are a great way to create a lived-in, slightly busier look than a wall-to-wall cabinet design will permit. 

Find more about country kitchen ideas in our guide.

22. Find a sleek storage solution for fruit and veg

(Image credit: Smallbone of Devizes)

Even the most luxurious kitchen needs to be functional. Keen cooks will know that a lot of fruit and veg do much better when stored out of the fridge, but how do you store your veggies in a sleek and smart kitchen? 

Smallbone of Devizes have found a practical and good-looking solution in this kitchen – bespoke crates that slide right into the open cabinet shelves. 

Find more kitchen storage ideas in our guide.

23. Obviously choose gorgeous lighting

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The kitchen is where you can really showcase gorgeous pendant lighting, from one-of-a-kind reclaimed industrial pieces to bespoke designer chandeliers. We are very fond of these shiny Rise and Fall school pendant lights by Davey Lighting. 

24. Mimic a Victorian style (but still luxurious) kitchen

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And for lovers of traditional kitchens, a dresser or open shelving is a great way to add a homely, lived-in touch to your luxury kitchen. This Victorian-style luxury kitchen cleverly combines fitted shelving units painted in a deep midnight blue with atmospheric kitchen lighting. 

Find more design inspiration for country kitchen ideas in our guide.

25. Site your kitchen in a former living space

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If moving your kitchen to what is currently a living space gives you the statement room you are after, it's really worth considering – especially if you can convert the existing kitchen into a reception room so that a separate living space isn't sacrificed.

If yours is a period style home, pick a kitchen cabinet design that flatters the room's decorative and structural style – a simple Shaker kitchen will work in most period homes.

For more Shaker kitchens, see our design gallery.

26. Add warmth with a copper splashback

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It doesn't get more luxurious than metallics in a kitchen. You could choose cabinets in a metallic finish, glamorous metallic worktops or just pick out some statement metallic accessories, but we love the idea of a copper splashback. In this luxury kitchen, the splashback is made up of copper leaf glass tiles. 

Copper obsessed? As are we, so you should definitely check out these stylish copper kitchen accessories. 

27. Create a relaxed space with a window seat 

(Image credit: Higham Furniture)

If you have lovely large windows in your kitchen, adding a window seat would be perfect for creating a more relaxed area. And no, you don't actually need a bay window to re-create this look. This space was designed by Higham Furniture and the seat has been built in front of the window, adding a cosy place to sit but also plenty of extra storage underneath the seat cushion. It's a lovely way to get some softness and pattern into a more luxurious kitchen.

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Food is seductive, home cooking is a decadent (for some!) If your kitchen is indeed the heart of your home - or linked with your dining space - then you’ll want to fill it with the kind of luxury you’d expect at your very favourite restaurant. This gallery of 51 inspirational kitchen designs are steeped with luxury for high end homes, but that doesn’t mean that there’s no inspiration here for more compact proportions too. Luxury is a treat that can be enjoyed at any scale, just as wonderful food can delight any taste buds. So, get your chefs hat on and image yourself in these amazing spaces as you whip up your signature dish.

Marble kitchens have always spelled luxury. That sleek veined organic pattern across a countertop, backsplash or flooring is enough to shape a space, but how about taking the effect right across all of that and even cabinet fronts too? The all encompassing marble backdrop in this luxury kitchen-diner is balanced out with eye-catching emerald green accent furniture and plants.

Marble envelops just the central island of this grey and white kitchen, but the volume is chunky and strongly commands the space.

Turn up the contrast. High contrast black and white kitchens are sharp and edgy – though this one has a nature theme with its flock of gulls mobile. Their fluid shape melds beautifully with the randomly streaked marble feature wall.

Add a bit of bling. Adding shiny accessories doesn’t have to mean crystal chandeliers or sparkle worktops. These copper desk lamps add a sophisticated metallic touch without being too showy.

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Grey and woodtone look smooth through and through. The wood tone across this kitchen island has the added appeal of a fashionable herringbone design too. See more grey kitchens here.

Add in a dropped dining bench. Not everyone is comfortable perching on high bar stools and it certainly doesn’t evoke a formal feel. If there is only room up alongside the kitchen island for dining then consider dropping the dining bench to a more civilised height.

Reflections brighten up a dark room. If you have poor light or high windows in your kitchen area, consider metallic fronted luxury kitchen cabinets to help bounce the light around like in this galley kitchen. This trick can also help a compact space feel larger.

Create an indoor-outdoor kitchen with fully retractable patio doors.

Trelliswork creates a garden feel in this modern luxury kitchen.

Crown your design with elegant kitchen lighting. Two beautiful bar pendants brighten up this tame white and wood kitchen. See more white and wood kitchens here.

Create a sleek wall of tall cabinets. If you’re blessed with a generously sized kitchen island or peninsula, consider going bench free in your backdrop. A solid wall of full height cabinets becomes as much part of the decor as it is part of the kitchen.

Add a beautiful rug. Okay, so a rug is NOT a good idea in the drop zone around the edge of benches – you would be forever whipping out the stain remover and trying to vacuum out the crumbs. However, in larger space, a central area rug can really cosy up the look, particularly in a dining kitchen.

Revitalise a kitchen with plants. Just about every single kitchen looks better with some greenery in it. Whether that’s cascading hanging plants like this one or a line of bushy potted herbs is up to you.

You can even turn up the luxury factor in a white on white kitchen design by picking out a group of sculptural pendant lights.

Be creative with colour. A pink kitchen may not be the first thing that springs to mind for a luxury kitchen, but a hint of pink is hot right now. Team with some powder blue for pastel coloured wow factor.

If you’re looking for colour scheme inspiration, then luxury chocolate boxes are a good place to start. This kitchen looks fresh out of the wrapper.

Add in some art. This large piece of wall art adds finesse.

Keep it simple. A minimalist kitchen design can still look high-end, it’s all in the quality of the materials and a well balanced layout. The linear suspension light in this simplistic scheme keeps a low profile but accentuates the long line of the central island.

Sharpen up a wood kitchen with fresh white accents. This row of mini pendant lights drip cool white in front of wooden wall cabinets.

Mix cabinet finishes. Smooth and sleek black cabinets crash up against rough raw wood in this rich yet rustic design.

Install a multi aspect island. This one is equipped with the cooker at one side and the sink on the other. More images of this gorgeous home here.

Style the surrounding decor as part of the cabinetry. The structural column that neighbours this kitchen installation has been clad in white marble and trimmed with blonde wood tone to match the units.

If wine is your thing, then let it sing! Fashion a towering wine storage rack as part of your kitchen decor for a decadent wine cellar effect.

By utilising a number of these tips in an understated way you can achieve small kitchen luxury. This little gem includes a classy white marble backsplash, pretty greenery, monochrome contrast, intriguing wall art and the glow of LED under cabinet lighting.

Change your tone. Actually, change it a few times, like this triple grey toned kitchen design. Natural wood tones are introduced to warm and enrich the cool colourway.

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Ring the changes. A luxury industrial style kitchen can be enriched with beautifully patterned floor tiles and cheerful coloured accent drawers.

You almost don’t need amazing cabinets in a setting as wonderful as this one. Wainscotting and highly decorative boiserie put on the real show.

Luxury vinyl flooring adds interest to a modern space. Where decorative features are lacking, you can create a visual boost with a swathe of geometric tile or vinyl flooring.

Choose integrated appliances for a sleek streamlined look.

Add in a wine cooler. This under counter wine cooler shines like a little jewel in the crown of this black kitchen ensemble.

Make a mosaic. The floor of this blue kitchen flows with organic mosaic pattern.

Style it out with sculptural form. This amazing wooden breakfast bar seems to grow right out of the wall.

The sculptural piece in this kitchen is an island with a curvaceous cutaway. Linear kitchen lighting keeps the look clean.

Angular cutaways are the focus in this artistic kitchen design, where asymmetrical form is key. Every single section is carved out as a sloping volume that follows a different gradient to the next – including a bespoke skylight design to complement the aesthetic of the cabinets.

Nothing says luxury like an entirely gold kitchen. This U-shaped kitchen also features a stunning cantilevered effect peninsula.

Another amazing sculptural peninsula. Looking as though it has been constructed out of folds, this volume is like a giant piece of origami.

Create a cubist kitchen. So, this kitchen island idea really doesn’t even look like a cooking space at all. It’s more like a deconstructed concept or an abstract idea of a kitchen.

This spectacular space is all about the architecture. More images of this here.

Flirt with a futuristic approach. Cutting edge technology, digital look lighting ideas, clinical glass cabinets and the infiltration of live plants gives this modern kitchen a year 2500 kind of feel.

Grow yourself a green feature wall with an indoor vertical garden.

Imagine you’re hosting your own cooking show! Arrange your cooking hob on an island facing outward to the audience… okay, so that’s actually just your family but they can still enjoy the show!

Master the art of levitation. Recessing the bases of units gives them a cool weightless look.

Add pieces of classic elegance to a modern kitchen, like these sculptural busts.

A dark kitchen looks sophisticated for sure, but don’t be afraid to throw in a couple of brighter pieces like these uplifting bold yellow lighting options and area rug.

If you want to throw your cash at just one luxury item, the kitchen backsplash isn’t a bad choice. Pick out some showstopping tiles to set the scene.

The perfect luxury kitchen for mermaids or Aquaman – or just fish enthusiasts.


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