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See 7 Amazing Kitchens with Style You’ll Want to Devour

From social gatherings to family meals, these covetable kitchens have style to spare.

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Beauty and function come together in this kitchen and accompanying butler’s pantry for a newly-built 7,000-square- foot home in Setauket, New York. Challenged to transform the vast area into an elegant and useful space, Bakes & Kropp Senior Designer Mary Dimichino divided the room into distinct areas for cleaning, prepping, cooking, and entertaining. The brand’s signature Meridian cabinetry in white and black with nickel hardware, as well as a waterfall island in Walnut Fossil finish, create a classic look. Lantern pendants add a rustic yet modern touch. Appliances by Sub-Zero Wolf.

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In this striking kitchen, the deep veining of Blue Roma Quartzite from Artistic Tile creates a dramatic contrast with the deep-green cabinetry and brass hardware and fixtures. Range by Wolf.

“What nicer thing can you do for somebody than make them breakfast?”
—Anthony Bourdain

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Scavolini collaborated with Diesel Living to create Diesel Get Together, a new kitchen project that conveys a message of inclusiveness, sociability, and hospitality. The concept uses blocks of color and materials that work seamlessly to create a hybrid setting with adjacent family or living rooms. The collection introduces three new handle designs, one recessed and two bridge-style handles in titanium. Accent pieces from the Misfits collection include trolleys, tables, and modular storage.

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For a vacation home in East Hampton, builder Michael Daddio and architect Jack Wettling of Wettling Architects created a clean, modern kitchen with an appropriately beachy vibe. The client wanted to reuse furniture from an existing home, but in an entirely new way. The kitchen includes tactile stone and wood surfaces and porcelain tile. Appliances by Miele. Lighting by Visual Comfort, through Ferguson. Photography by Mark Roskams