Stunning Kitchens to Whet Your Appetite on Thanksgiving Day
Maybe sharing a collection of stunning kitchens on Thanksgiving Day is a bit of overkill. After all, most of you are likely to be spending a good part of the day in your very own kitchen. Perhaps a post about dreamy bedrooms would’ve been better so you can think about the much needed rest at the end of the day. I’ll try to remember that next year. But for now, enjoy these beautiful kitchens, each unique in their own way. And let me know in the comments which one you like best!
Photo by Select Marble and Granites MA
Mmm. I love the kitchen above with its gorgeous marble back splash and counter top. The white walls and light wood floor keep the space light and uplifting despite the dark cabinets (love the color of them). The planked ceiling caught my eye, and the arrangements on the shelf are so pretty. Not too cluttered and with a variety of vignettes.
Blue pairs with natural wood in the inviting kitchen below. The slate tile floor complements the countertops perfectly – they look like cement but I’m not certain about that.
Does anyone else have an affinity for the fish hanging above the kitchen island? Such a whimsical touch to a classic kitchen with a wood ceiling that matches the flooring.
Photo by peter c quinn architect
For those who love a transitional look, this soft kitchen space is sure to impress. The corner stove is a unique layout and lets you gaze out the window with its pretty shade while cooking.
Photo by Architectural Kitchens Inc.
If you prefer farmhouse style, this cozy kitchen with wood cabinetry should be right up your alley. Pale blue paneling adds color, along with the yellow dishes on the open shelf)
More wood in the kitchen! From the ceiling to the walls to the floor, the white cabinets pop and the room doesn’t feel at all stark or cold. Just the opposite, it’s warm and inviting. Note the custom work on the cabinetry – toe holds and a few types of hardware which don’t look like a hodge podge since they’re all black.
This collection of stunning kitchens includes a variety of styles. Lovers of anything English country are sure to enjoy an Old World kitchen pale green cabinets and a darling plate rack. Having a fireplace on the far wall of the attached dining space is a nice little luxury.
Here’s another view of the English country kitchen that shows the end cabinet in a coordinating color. I wouldn’t have thought to paint it a different color, but I like the way it looks. And did you see the rabbits on the Roman window shades?
Brown is trending now as a neutral color and will probably replace a lot of the grays we’ve been seeing over the past few years.
This final kitchen is my favorite of today’s collection. It has so much to offer – plenty of storage and countertop area, rough hewn beams and kitchen island, glass-front cabinetry, an open shelf area for display kitchen treasures, a professional stove, blue bar stools, and an adjacent dining space with a beautiful pedestal table and bistro chairs. What’s not to love?
A close-up view lets you enjoy the details of the hardware, the vintage silver on the open shelves, and the gorgeous wood floors.
Do you have a favorite from today’s roundup of stunning kitchens? Let me know in the comments below.
And a HAPPY THANKSGIVING to Everyone!!
I love that last kitchen! Gorgeous. Happy Thanksgiving xx
I love the english country kitchen, the plate rack, the floors, the fireplace and the color. I would not mind having this kitchen in my house.
I so enjoy your posts! Thank you for sharing your talents. I do have a question. What has happened to the garden blog? I haven’t seen anything for a while and I was afraid I wasn’t looking for it in the correct place.
Happy Thanksgiving! May your day be filled with love, friendship and fellowship and may you be surrounded by the blessings in your life!
My favorite of these would probably be the kitchen with the view of the fireplace. And those stone floors!! ❤️❤️❤️ Now, like you said; off to my little kitchen to get Mr. Turkey in the oven. Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃
I really like the Old World style kitchen with the green cabinets. Really enjoy your blog. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
That first kitchen and the one with the brown cabinets! Just luscious. I think someone handy with a paint brush could probably paint a backsplash to look like that very distinctive black and white marble in the first kitchen and that trim on the island…I don’t know what it is made of, but it really looks wonderful and connects with the mirror and print frames. Happy Thanksgiving!
They are all such warm, inviting kitchens. Rather than the fish hanging from the ceiling, I would
prefer a cow, or other barnyard animal. Thanks for the inspirational pictures.