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.
Gallery for 51 Luxury Kitchens And Tips To Help You Design And Accessorize Yours
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. | Visualizer: Kanstantsin Remez.
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. | Visualizer: Alexey Seldin & Alexei Golub.
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. | Visualizer: Buro 511.
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. | Visualizer: Katie Domracheva.
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. | Visualizer: STUDIO.O. organic design.
Cater for the masses. A long lineup of designer kitchen bar stools make a statement here, and if you’ve got the space (and the cash) then hey, why not? These are Cherner style stools. | Visualizer: Studio McGee.
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. | Visualizer: Orangegraphics Creative Studio.