The Most Drop-Dead-Gorgeous Kitchens You've Ever Seen
The command center of every party and the hub of the home, kitchens come in all shapes and sizes and can be a selling point or a total turn-off for any potential new-home buyer. Because kitchens get so much use but are sometimes less than ideal, it's always fun to take a look at fantasy spaces -- like this amazing kitchen from design firm Sawyer Berson -- where size, budget, and natural-light limitations are tossed out the window. Click through our slideshow above for some ridiculously amazing culinary spaces and check out our top picks below for getting similar looks in your own home -- massive windows and vaulted ceilings or not.
|"White Dove #OC-17", from $37, Benjamin Moore||Hexagonal Bin Pull, from $11, Rejuvination||Paris Bistro Stool, $269, Ballard Designs|
|Kurf Stool, $545, Organic Modernism||"Railings No. 31", from $95, Farrow and Ball||Fiore Cement Tile, from $7 per tile, Villa Lagoon|
|Brass Dome Pendant, $575, Allied Maker||Marble Utensil Crock, $25, Crate and Barrel||Tio Stool, $456, A+R|
Photographs: Sawyer Berson, Alexander James, Blair Harris photographed by Jessica Glynn, De Rosee Sa, Donna Griffith for House and Home, Hilary Robertson, Home Beautiful Magazine, Home Design Board, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Jeannette Whitson photographed by Simon Watson for House Beautiful, Kelly Wearstler photographed by Mikkel Vang for Elle Decor, Nate Berkus photographed by Pieter Estersohn for Architectural Digest, Ryan Street and Associates, Studio William Hefner, Studio William Hefner, Tamara Kaye-Honey.