Kitchen Inspiration for The Home Entertainer

Our favorite kitchens of the year put the chef in the spotlight.

Designed by Alessandro La Spada, the Mayfair kitchen for Visionnaire features a thick granite slab countertop inlaid with satinized, stainless-steel herringbone.


Scavolini partners with Japanese studio Nendo to introduce the Ki kitchen, an airy program of clean-lined cabinetry and open wall units, with plenty of space for storage.


Classic and contemporary forms synthesize in Snaidero’s Heritage kitchen. Mullioned glass wall units complement elm cabinetry and carrara marble.


Miuccia by TM Italia is both self-contained and spacious.  Rose copper details add a contrasting touch to blue lacquered cabinets and Pirgon marble tops.


The Hi-Line for Dada is designer Vincent Van Duysen’s first foray into kitchen design. With its perfectly balanced weights and materials, the system proves him a master of the art already.


Light on its toes, Unit by Cesar is highly flexibile, but still manages to communicate  permanence. In recalling the soft lines of midcentury furniture, it seems timeless.


Porcelanosa’s Emotions Evolution E7.90 kitchen condenses all storage and cooking appliances into a central island, making it perfect for compact setups. The upper-level slab can expand or contract, allowing complete control of counter space use.


Trail by Poliform, designed by Carlo Colombro with CR&S Varenna, positions the kitchen as the center of home entertaining with a dual-use “snack top” surface.


Designed by Piero Lissoni, the Code kitchen program for Boffi features a spectrum of customizable materials, including a bog-excavated oak, which is often more than 2,000 years old.


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