Throughout the year at celebrity-studded events, premiers, and parties, Architectural Digest
asked the famous attendees to share their favorite aspects of their kitchens. We're loving this insight into the culinary and design minds of some of Hollywood's biggest names. Read on for a selection of our favorite answers.
"What's special about my kitchen is my workspace. I have wood, stainless-steel, and marble surfaces, so it's fantastic for every kind of thing that you're making." - Gwyneth Paltrow
"My La Cornue stove is the most special thing in my kitchen. It was an object of real desire for me. And I have to say, I'm very satisfied with my ownership of it." - Julianne Moore
"There is a pressed-tin ceiling. It was made for my kitchen from an old design. That was my idea. But I also then realized I was kind of reconstructing my grandmother's kitchen, which had Formica. She had green Formica. So I now have green marble, edged with stainless steel. I also have industrial linoleum, which is fantastic." - Glenn Close
"I have kind of an '80s kitchen. But what's nice about it is that I have a stainless-steel island in the middle that I just bought that's really convenient. I don't really cook. I whip things together sometimes--and I reheat." - Jared Leto
For the full round-up, head to Architectural Digest
Photographs: Mario Testino for Vogue, Christopher Baker for Architectural Digest, Hans Neleman, Terry Richardson.