10 Beautiful and Unusual Kitchens

10 Beautiful and Unusual Kitchens

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Nancy Mitchell
Apr 14, 2015
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Architectural Digest has invited us share some of the most beautiful photos from their archives and there's a lot of good stuff in there. You may not have quite the budget that these homeowners did for your new space, but you'll still find plenty of inspiration in these ten kitchens that are both unusual and beautiful.

Above: a restored 19th century kitchen in a chateau in France — modern convenience and old world charm.

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Who knew light blue and marble could be such a gorgeous combination?

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The mirrored backsplash tile makes this Manhattan kitchen just a little more special.

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Beamed ceilings and patterned tile give this Sicilian kitchen a warm, homey feel.

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The beautiful kitchen of a home in New York's Greenwich Village, with custom Tiffany-blue cabinetry.

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A modern kitchen in Houston designed by Miles Redd features white tile and dark grout for a super graphic look.

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A San Franciso kitchen gets a touch of glamour from lacquered cabinets and a gold ceiling.

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We love the old-world feel of this Montana kitchen — all the textures play together so beautifully.

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This is the kitchen of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi's Beverly Hills home. We love how your eye is drawn to the suspended glass cabinet, illuminated by the skylight above.

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Allover stainless steel makes this New York kitchen a super-sleek space.

Want to see more inspiring kitchens? Check out the DesignFile at Architectural Digest.

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