10 examples of modern kitchen design that will make you sink at a glance


10 examples of modern kitchen design that will make you sink at a glance

The kitchen is an important space in the home to provide us with energy. After all, "food is the essence of the people", and a modern kitchen that is ventilated, beautiful and practical is absolutely indispensable. In this issue, we bring you 10 outstanding modern kitchen designs, from which we hope you can draw inspiration to create a charming kitchen that meets your expectations.


For the kitchen in a New York City apartment, Jae Joo of Homepolish chose a pair of black and white marble with black stools and cabinets, paired with white pillows and trim. The space connected to the dining area opens to the balcony.


The kitchen of Hugo Toro's Paris apartment is covered in jaw-dropping Brèche de Médicis marble on the floor and walls. The stove and hood are from La Cornue.


We've never seen such a unique kitchen in a downtown New York City apartment designed by Dash Marshall. Inspired by Feng Shui principles, the architects completely wrapped the island, storage space, and appliances in undulating light oak. Look at the over-the-top curves!


The all-white kitchen in a playful New York City apartment features cabinets by Bulthaup, countertops and sinks by Corian, accessories by Vola, and oven and stove tops by Gaggenau. The light fixtures are by the Bega and the floor is terrazzo.


Design duo Ashe Leandro brought a bit of Scandinavian calm and simplicity to this kitchen on Manhattan's Upper East Side, with countertops by Caesarstone, accessories by Brizo, a collection by Wolf, and stools from the Finnish Design Shop.


For a pre-war apartment on New York City's Upper East Side, designer Bradley Stephens deployed one of Italy's greatest flooring innovations to bring an Art Deco vibe to the kitchen. The kitchen island is custom, the stools are from Grazia & Co. and the refrigerator is from Sub-Zero. The backsplash is from Ann Sacks, the hood is from Wolf, the Swedish pendant is vintage, and the cabinet hardware is from Buster & Punch.


Looking at this kitchen counter designed by Cullman Kravis, all other kitchen counters are wearing Architectural Grille custom grilles. The cabinets were designed by Scavolini and the countertops by Cambria.


Marble tiles in the modern kitchen of London designer Colin Radcliffe's Notting Hill townhouse set the stage for a cool, clean space. With the exception of a 1950s FontanaArte chandelier and 1970s high stools, the design is very modern. The cabinets are custom-made and the refrigerator is a Liebherr.


Paying homage to the 1960s with a charming modern twist, this LA kitchen designed by John McClain features a personalized mirrored backsplash with dark wood cabinets and cool gray floors.


In this Chicago revivalist mansion designed by Steven Gambrel, the kitchen's ceiling and walls are covered in hand-crafted glass tiles, custom-cut oak floors are arranged in an Escher-esque pattern, and the range hood is coated in forest green enamel.

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