Our posts on kitchen design generally tend to focus on the United States (and maybe Scandinavia on occasion), but this time we've decided to take a trip around the world and look to some more unexpected places for design inspiration. From Morocco to Argentina, Sweden to Australia, I've rounded up 13 of the most beautiful, and most unique, kitchens out there.
Above: The gorgeous kitchen of a designer's home in Tangier, spotted on Vogue.
A rugged Bali kitchen from Saveur.
A beautiful Barcelona kitchen from The Style Files.
The kitchen of a designer's Beijing loft, spotted on SF Girl by Bay.
The kitchen of a West Coast beach cottage spotted on Inside Out.
Cobbled together, but no less beautiful, this Patagonia kitchen was featured on Saveur.
The kitchen of a beach cottage in Comporta, spotted on The Style Files.
The line between inside and out blurs in this kitchen from Australian design mag Inside Out.
A beautiful yet utilitarian kitchen by kitchen company British Standard.
A colorful kitchen in the Mexican costal town of Todos Santos, spotted on Architectural Digest Russia.
Leave it to the Swedes to be modern, laid-back, warm and cool all at the same time, like in this stylist's kitchen in the coastal town of Höganäs, spotted on Saveur.
I love the contrast of the modern cabinetry and the stone walls in this country house kitchen from Architectural Digest.
Ok, so there are two kitchens from France, but I figured you wouldn't mind. This one is from a designer's house in the south of France, spotted on Architectural Digest.