KBB HQ, the team can barely contain themselves with excitement over the return of Netflix’s Selling Sunset – which airs tomorrow (November 24). Aside from all the drama that will no doubt return with season 4, we cannot wait to feast our eyes on the gorgeous homes – the luxurious kitchens especially.
It’s hard to believe some of the homes that are shown on Selling Sunset are actual real places where people live. From the gigantic bathrooms, incredible sitting rooms, to (my favourite) the luxurious kitchens. Some of the hallways are bigger than my entire ground floor!
Yes, the explosive drama that happens on the show is entirely addictive, but we equally love getting some inspiration from the uber-glamorous homes.
So, to celebrate the latest season, and to help you get that super-chic look in your home, I’ve popped together a gallery of kitchens that are dripping in glamour and luxury. From
wow appliances, bespoke cabinets, to high-end work tops.
(My apologies to your bank balance!)
Schmidt and Christian Lacroix Maison have collaborated to produce Print in Algae Bloom Pearl, a decorative finish that can be mixed and matched with existing Schmidt ranges, seen here with Loft, to create the ultimate in a bespoke interior full of flair and flamboyance.
This dramatic kitchen, designed by Paul Badran lets the materials speak for themselves, with black-stained oak, chunky Breccia Vagli marble, smoked glass vitrines, and a striking chandelier. Also shown is the caged X-large wall light in black marble, from £719, from Buster + Punch. Kitchens by Paul start from around £42,000.
Appliances in this kitchen have been hidden, putting the dining area centre stage. The statement light and back-lit wine wall add a touch of luxury that’s bound to be the talking point. Designspace London kitchens start from £25,000.
This sleek cook’s kitchen features smoked eucalyptus and Collemandina marble, with integrated gas burners for a streamlined look. The Kuadra kitchen from Key Cucine starts from around £ 68,199 (€75,000).
Feature image: Wood panelling isn’t only for living spaces and bedrooms – it can help your scheme blend into your open-plan kitchen-diner. A pull-out larder, storage, appliances and sink are concealed behind this Atlante walnut panelling from L’Ottocento. The kitchen shown costs around £72,745 (€80,000).
Create a jaw-dropping display with crockery and pantry ingredients neatly stored behind glass. The R1 kitchen by Rastelli in liquid copper foil, Rovere Moka finish, and porcelain worktops in Grigio Siliceo, from around £330 (€363) for a standard 60cm base unit.
This striking kitchen features a mix of Regency style and industrial finishes. The marble island combines a social hub and working zone. The worktop is Blanco Eclipsia granite and the units are Schüller’s Cremona Oak. Created by Showcase Kitchens, it cost £15,000.
This painted traditional Shaker kitchen is in Brentwood and designed by Humphrey Munson.
Why not choose materials in the same tonal range? Here Marjoram-painted Shaker units are paired with a smoked wood island, while stainless-steel hardware ties the look together. The Butler Collection by Tom Howley, from £20,000.
Stainless steel offers many design possibilities. Here, a striking cantilevered island was created for this ultra-sleek grey low-sheen lacquered kitchen by En Masse Bespoke. The island cost £8000; kitchens start from £35,000.
his kitchen artfully mixes classic and contemporary. The Modernist island’s mitred drawer fronts have an integrated finger rail, while the pared-back Brasserie dresser gives traditional style a modern update. Clean lines and subtle hardware add a graphic twist. Smallbone’s Brasserie Kitchen, from £70,000.
The circular shape in this scheme by Jones Britain was inspired by the form of a shell and creates a stunning focal point, while the plush banquette seating can comfortably sit six people. This project cost around £70,000.
Keep you kitchen clutter-free with tall, handleless cupboards. Choose natural textures and matt black accents for a chic look. The 4043 Primordia work surface from the Metropolitan Collection, from £550 per sq/m, Caesarstone, easily blends in within the scheme.
The Maya monobloc kitchen is crafted from galvanised 24k gold and can be viewed at Minotticucinelondon. About Post Author