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10 Modern Kitchens That Any Home Chef Would Envy

10 Modern Kitchens That Any Home Chef Would Envy

Some people say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. After all, it is where meals are prepared and often where family and friends gather at the end of a long day. That means that a kitchen should be a reflection not only of someones personal style, but also of their personality and the kind of impression they want to make. The ten modern kitchens in this post are not simple gathering spaces. They are testaments to modern design elements with clean, elegant lines and carefully chosen details. But above all they are functional, with spaces to cook, to sit, and to enjoy.

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  • Visualizer: Visual Method
With its sleek, reflective countertops and off-kilter angles, this kitchen is a vision of the future. Even the cooktop has a ultramodern bent, fusing the technology of touchscreen with the actual stove and making sticky cookbooks and flour spattered smartphones obsolete.

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  • Visualizer: Timothy Vishnjakov
The second kitchen takes a contrasting color scheme from the first with bright white dominating the space. More importantly, simplicity is key with a floating tabletop and origami-inspired dining chairs. A minimalist bar cart can double as extra workspace, or provide mobile refreshments with room for all the essentials – bottles, wine decanters, stemware, etc.

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  • Visualizer: Max Kasymov
This kitchen keeps things cool with a comforting oatmeal beige palette. Cozy leather dining chairs invite guests in this humble by stylish home to stay as long as they like.

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  • Visualizer: Olga Kotova
This next kitchen gets a bit more playful than the previous designs. With pops of creative color from the abstract art to the lush purple Chesterfield, it’s a place where the creativity of cooking could easily thrive.

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  • Visualizer: Natalia Tsetsulina
A lemony neon yellow runs the risk of feeling cartoonish, but the subtle accents in this kitchen are nothing if not sophisitcated. Set against shiny black and lucite, this kitchen is also youthful and fun.

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  • Visualizer: Oleg Malihin
With a warm and welcoming palette, this kitchen beckons to every guest who enters the home. A countertop extends to become a kitchen table/breakfast bar but could easily be a spot for a nightcap, too.

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  • Visualizer: Elena Gorenstein
Visualizer Elena Gorenstein has termed this young family’s kitchen “Winterfell.” LIke its fantastical namesake, it is a bit dark and even forbidding from certain angles, but for the people who live here, it is the only thing they will ever call home.

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  • Visualizer: Alexander Shabalin
Another white on white kitchen, this one harkens back to our first entry in that it has the same futuristic vibe. Whitewashed brick, glass accents, and the somewhat eerie overhead lighting makes this kitchen really feel like it could be on Mars.

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  • Visualizer: Visual Method
This ultra modern design from the visualizers at Visual Method feels as though it could have stepped out of a scene from a film set in the future. Its glossy black surfaces are startling and sleek while a cooktop concept integrates touchscreen tcechnology with the actual cooking process, making sticky cookbooks and oil-splattered iPads a thing of the past.

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  • Visualizer: Nikita Ryazkho
This industrial inspired kitchen in an open floorplan home uses plenty of wood to offset the dankness of a concrete ceiling. The white paneling , countertops, and flying sauceresque light fixture complete the look of contrasts.

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  • Visualizer: Elena Ponomarenko
This final kitchen, while modern, is a bit more traditional than come of the other featured spaces. The teal and wood color palette has a bit of hipster lean while a living art piece over the front door also gives it some modern cred. Otherwise, the design is simple with Eames-inspired dining chairs, lovely lacquered wood cabinets and a simple polished concrete floor.

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Of course, interior design is just one aspect of kitchen design. For more ways to make your kitchen unique, check out these unique kitchen knives, kitchen pendant lights and cool kitchen gadgets.


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