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Design a kitchen inspired by the ocean’s hues and you’ll forever be dreaming of a beach vacation. But it’s not like you weren’t already, right?

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In this Cape Cod cottage, the small kitchen’s custom-made cabinetry is painted in Tanner’s Brown, and the walls are in Cream, both by Farrow & Ball. The countertops are butcher block, the sink fittings are by Waterworks and the Wedgewood stove is antique.

A 1930s Connecticut weekend house gets a modern makeover; In the kitchen, the island has a top of honed Carrara marble, the wall tiles are by Waterworks, the stove is Viking, and the stools are by York Street Studio; the 19th-century Windsor chair is a family heirloom, and the 1920s English pendants are from BK Antiques.

A cozy kitchen in a Greenwich Village penthouse showcases a farmhouse sink, skirted in a Ralph Lauren Home linen, an antique chest found at a Paris flea market, and a French sconce.

This kitchen has a tiled barrel-vault ceiling, retro artwork, and bistro chairs for a vintage vibe. The brass fixtures add elegance.

In a Brooklyn townhouse owned by wallpaper maven Kate Reynolds, the kitchen counters are Calacatta Gold marble, the backsplash tile is by Waterworks, the range is by Capital, the stools are from ABC Carpet & Home and the light fixture is by Apparatus.

In a gorgeous Cape Cod cottage circa 1880, deep blue makes an appearance on the wood floors and door frame, evocative of the nearby sea. A vintage seascape hangs above an antique butcher block, echoing the kitchen’s ocean-inspired palette.

Store everyday dishes on a traditional plate rack, and opt for a vintage table and chairs. Major farmhouse decor envy.

In a Moscow apartment designed by Olga Kulikovskaia-Ashby, pendant lights by Tom Dixon hang above a black table in a quaint kitchen. The chairs are by Vitra and the plates on the counter are by Seletti.

To keep countertops clear, tuck the toaster and coffeemaker away in a sleek appliance garage. A stand mixer can pop up from its own designated cabinet if you install a spring-loaded shelf.

To gain counter space, add a movable bar to the doorway of your kitchen. When you need to get in and out, you can easily roll it out of the way.

These charming and stylish designer kitchens have all the inspiration you need to spice up your tiny cooking space.

It’s not ideal, but shelves are good for more than just plates. If you’re lacking a traditional pantry, stack your snacks instead.

Crafted from walnut, imbuia, and anigre, the nearly 11-foot-long island was inspired by English antiques. Elegance to the max.

It’s tiny, so every inch should be perfect. Wallpaper? Check. Patterned backsplash? Check. Art? Check. And obviously, you need fresh flowers, too.

Pale oak floors have a scrubbed look, and plank cabinetry with painted hinges and black latches give a kitchen old-time charm. To top the counters and island, choose a butcher block for warmth and informality.

The rattan pendant in this kitchen ups the coastal vibes, but we’re most obsessed with these tiny blue window shades. Future beach house goals.

A glazed backsplash and weathered oak island feel sleek and sexy in a kitchen. The hanging rack is functional and stylish.

Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.

In the Connecticut kitchen of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex’s Connecticut kitchen, a factory stool from London adds industrial style to an otherwise quaint, country chic space.

The kitchen is probably the most used room in your house, so you want it to be a space you enjoy spending time in. From country casual to sleek and modern — and everything in between — we’ve got all the kitchen inspiration you could ever need. Marble countertops, here we come!

This may be a pricier renovation, but if you’ve always dreamed of living that Lonely Island, “I’m On A Boat” life (uh, don’t we all?), go all-out on the coastal look with porthole windows.

A pair of 19th-century English chairs and a Kartell table fit perfectly into the corner of this tiny Brazilian kitchen in a São Paulo building.

If you have zero space in your kitchen, don’t stress. Create your own storage nook on a nearby wall in your house by putting up shelves and placing some stools underneath. You’ll have a place to put your bag, shoes, and hats when you come home, and a place for all those gifted cake stands you’ve accumulated. That’s a thing, right?

For a glam but gender-neutral color scheme, opt for brass and blue. A banquette offers cozy seating.

In a Southampton home designed by Steven Gambrel, the small kitchen is distinguished by glazed, black subway tile on the walls. The tiling on the floor is classic French and the white hood is custom made.

In a New York apartment, Bertoia side chairs surround a Saarinen table in the kitchen; the Akari light sculpture is by Isamu Noguchi, the candlesticks are by Ted Muehling, the cabinetry is custom-made and the Tara sink fittings are by Dornbracht.

If your kitchen is small, you likely won’t have room for an island and a breakfast nook. Choose an island that’ll do double duty — you can use it as counter space when you’re prepping dinner, and eat at it later.

Amanda Seyfried’s Catskills retreat, designed by General Assembly, is a stylish (and slightly quieter) alternative to Hamptons living. Inside the kitchen, perfect for entertaining despite the limited square-footage, the range and hood are by Wolf, the Whitehaus sink is fitted with a Kallista faucet, and the backsplash is of tiles by Heath Ceramics. The island has a countertop of Caesarstone, the pairs of pendant lights are by Tom Dixon, and the cabinets are painted in Aganthus Green by Benjamin Moore.

In a minimalist New York City apartment with pops of color, a narrow kitchen features cabinetry by Bulthaup, a countertop and sink by Corian, fittings by Vola, and an oven and cooktop by Gaggenau. The light fixture is by Bega, and the floor is terrazzo.

For an oversized island, you need statement lighting. These iron pendants add drama and necessary light.

Sure, galley-style kitchens lack counter space, but you can make up for it by thinking of the space in stations: an area to prep, an area for stovetop cooking, and so on. Then you can make dinner assembly-line style.

In a glamorous Paris apartment, the kitchen embraces a fresh vision of luxury with mod pendant lights by Tom Dixon and a custom-made, walnut-veneer kitchen island and cabinetry. The stools are by Mater Design, the ovens and refrigerator are by Gaggenau and the sink fittings are by Franke.

A farm table can do double-duty as a dinner spot and work surface, but make sure to choose wicker chairs. The open design makes a small room feel light and airy, as opposed to overly cramped and crowded.

Use open shelves to break up cabinetry. Blue mercury-glass pendants pick up the color theme and add to the kitchen’s exotic style.

In architect and antiques dealer Carlos Aparicio’s French-Scandinavian kitchen in Miami, an elegant marble island is paired with Swedish stools by Jonas Lindvall.

Fabric impresario John Robshaw’s Connecticut country house is quaint and colorful. Just because the kitchen is petite doesn’t mean it is any less full of life. The kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman, the sink fittings are by Newport Brass, the ceiling lights are by Restoration Hardware, the countertops are marble, and the custom dhurrie is by Robshaw. The walls are painted in Rose Quartz and the cabinetry in Starry Night, both by Benjamin Moore.

Adding extra storage up top is a great idea—but reaching it, on the other hand, is a challenge. Install a rolling ladder to access ceiling-height cabinets.

If you want your space to look larger, go for an ultra-modern kitchen. The more minimal the decor, the bigger it’ll seem.

To fake a lighter kitchen in a small space, paint the cabinets white. White-tiled walls, along with brass hardware and a milk-glass chandelier, also create the illusion of added sunlight.

To squeeze in extra storage, try adding little cubbies to fill in the space above a window or your range hood. Just make sure you have a step ladder handy.

In a Manhattan home, this charming blue kitchen features wood-and-marble cabinets commissioned by an artisan in India. The unique light fixture is by Harry Allen, and the appliances are by GE. The walls and carpet anchor the room in a dreamy blue palette.

In a Woodstock, New York retreat, a pony peeks into the kitchen, which showcases custom-made beadboard cabinetry, a Rohl sink and a vintage Moroccan rug.

Designer Stephan Jones and San Francisco art dealer Francis Mill turned a former warehouse space into an art-filled apartment. The kitchen is no exception: the statement wall sculpture is by Manuel Neri. The cabinetry is by Henrybuilt, the countertops are PentalQuartz, the faucet is by Dornbracht, and the stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman.

If you’re adding shelves for storage, you don’t want them to look cluttered. Arrange bowls and mugs by color so everything feels cohesive.

You don’t have to re-do your whole kitchen to make a statement. This kitchen has existing countertops and white range, but the cabinets were painted and hexagonal terracotta floor tiles were added, as well as open shelves.

A dropped floor makes a rustic kitchen feel even larger. The exposed wood beams in the ceiling also give it that farmhouse vibe.

To expand a tiny kitchen, add extra shelves in places they’d be most functional, like above the stove. That way, you won’t have to spend a lot of money, or take up valuable floor space.

If you’re low on cupboard space, add storage on shelves. Copper-pipe shelving has hooks for hanging mugs, shelves to stack dishes, and looks super chic.

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This New York apartment’s kitchen boasts a range by Wolf, the sink and fittings are by Lefroy Brooks, the cabinetry is by Smallbone of Devizes, and the Bertoia barstool is by Knoll.

Open shelving and racks make a kitchen’s everyday items easily accessible. Add elegant stools so it doesn’t feel too industrial.

Hang pots from cantilevered shelves and choose patterned tiles to create a graphic floor in an all-white kitchen. The effect is industrial, but still homey.

The subtle color in this kitchen brings a coziness to the space, but doesn’t distract from its traditional style. And we need to talk about that insanely cool rolling ladder.

Designed by Ken Fulk, this cozy Montana kitchen features a rustic-style range and hood and the custom island is made of cherry wood with an oak butcher-block countertop. The stools are by Christian Liaigre, the backsplash tiles are by Pewabic Pottery, and the pendant lights are by Niche.

Connect a kitchen and dining area with a cute pass-through. Not only does it open up both rooms, but the countertop adds a spot for breakfast if you don’t have room for a book in the kitchen.

An orange checkerboard floor brightens up a mostly white kitchen. The contrasting blue door adds quirk.

Here’s how to play around with color in an understated way. A jewel-toned island grounds this otherwise all-white kitchen.

In Marisa Tomei’s home, the small kitchen is marked by a Saarinen table paired with 1940s French garden chairs. The range is by Viking, the dishwasher is by Asko and the flooring is cork.

Create a modern Provincial kitchen with minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft custom sage green and limestone countertops. The kitchen feels simultaneously masculine and warm & inviting.

Hanging silver pendants add glam to this clean and modern kitchen. A blue backsplash adds color to keep it from looking monochromatic.

Replace any dark cabinetry or tiles with white. It’ll make the room feel twice as big.

Mix form with function by outfitting your kitchen with a ladder. Moroccan tiles add a bright pop of blue to break up all the wood.

Once you decide what color to go with, don’t forget about the finish. A high-gloss coating can help a small space feel larger.

Oil-rubbed-bronze hardware and antique-inspired floor tiles give a nod to old-world charm. The appliances and subway tiling keep it from feeling too dated.

The country home of the Kasliwal family—owners of the legendary Indian jewelry house Munnu the Gem Palace—is in a converted cowshed on the outskirts of Jaipur. In the kitchen, the custom cabinetry was made by a local artisan; brass urns hold wheat, rice, and other grains.

Designed by Gert Wingardh, this Swedish kitchen’s custom countertops and shelving are birch, the oven and cooktop are by Gaggenau and the antique stove in the foreground is original to the house.

You know the drill: whiter=brighter. Keep everything white, then add in pops of color from your serving ware, or even a SMEG fridge.

Bulky pans can take up valuable space, so install an industrial pot rack. It’s functional and stylish.

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This kitchen’s 1850s English refectory table echoes the wood beams above. And that farmhouse sink, though.

When your prep space is no larger than a closet, even one person can feel like too many cooks in the kitchen. These tricks will help you make the most of your counter space and cabinetry. And when you want to plan for your future giant dream kitchen, check out even more inspiration.

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Simple Shaker-style kitchen cabinets in a creamy color are off set by dark counters. The back door is painted red for a pop of color.

Don’t choose large or bulky chairs for your island. Instead, opt for low seating that doesn’t detract visually from the room.

Create folding doors to close off the dining room from the kitchen. If space is tight, you’ll benefit from the extra room when guests come over.

Keeping things white will brighten up a small space, but that doesn’t mean you have to swear off wood forever. Reclaimed wood shelving adds contrast — and necessary storage.

No counter space? No problem. A single shelf adds a spot to put the not-so-necessary (but actually, totally necessary) kitchen items like candles, art, and vases.

If you’ve got space between your cabinets and your ceiling, you’ve got storage. Add wicker baskets and it’s the perfect spot to keep lesser-used tools.

In Emmy Rossum’s classic New York City apartment, the elongated kitchen space has a range and hood by Bertazzoni, the cabinets are by Scavolini, the antique runner is from Stark and the photograph is by Roger Mayne.

A vintage French artist’s table serves as the kitchen island in this Hamptons home. The stove is by Wolf, the sink and fittings are by Waterworks, and the dishwasher is by GE; the sign on the ceiling beams is original to the house.

If you are going to get an island, make sure it’s got as much storage as possible. Towel racks, cabinets, or a storage rack underneath are musts.

The contrast between the rustic stonework and streamlined stainless steel appliances give this French-inspired kitchen a serious wow factor. To maximize entertaining space, downsize an island and add a trestle table with stools.

Embrace small space by going for black cabinetry. It’ll look sleek and sophisticated.

The city version of a farmhouse kitchen features brass hardware, a painted floor, and two Wolf ovens. The cabinetry, along with white-tiled walls and a milk-glass chandelier, creates the illusion of added sunlight.

A breezy, beachy Southampton home belonging to fashion executive Scott Currie has a kitchen that—despite its seaside local— exhibits a modest country aesthetic. The farmhouse-style ceramic sink is from Rohl and the fittings are by Samuel Heath & Sons.

In the galley kitchen of a bohemian family home, the kitchen’s range and microwave are by Wolf, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the custom hood is by Vent-a-Hood and the countertop is Calacatta Gold marble. Hans Wegner chairs, purchased at auction, accompany a table by Eero Saarinen from Design Within Reach. The vintage pendant light is by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte.

Create a sophisticated cooking space with a vintage canopy hood. Glossy ebony cabinets add drama, while farmhouse sinks and a 10½-foot long island easily handle meal prep when there’s a crowd.

Like most Manhattan apartments, designer Kimille Taylor’s Upper West Side abode has a pint-sized kitchen—but that doesn’t mean she had to sacrifice style. The chic space contains a Bertazzoni oven, a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and marble counters. The subway tile is from Home Depot and the unique flooring is oak painted with a custom design.

This otherwise neutral kitchen gets a burst of color from a vibrant red. Brass fixtures make it feel clean and elegant.

A green gingham ceiling gives a classic white kitchen some cool points. Bonus? It adds drama to high ceilings, while making the room a little cozier.

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Magdalena Björnsdotter and Erik Björklund covered their century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden in bright white paint. The black and white kitchen includes a flea-market table, industrial-style chairs and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by Olsson & Jensen.

Here’s one more reason to love subway tiling. Use it all around your kitchen and it will help the space feel wider.

Mirrored glass on cabinet doors instantly enlarges a small kitchen. Fake it til you make it!

In this Manhattan home, high above the city, the kitchen’s lacquer cabinetry is custom made for a clean, modern aesthetic. It is echoed in style by the backsplash and countertop, made of Calacatta marble. The range is by Viking, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero and the print is by Ellsworth Kelly.

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