Kitchens are often the gathering place of a home, regardless of how much or how little cooking actually happens! And a well-designed kitchen can inspire us to eat in, have friends and family over, enjoy a long weekend breakfast. We collected a few of our favorite kitchens from our current listings, kitchens that we wouldn't mind brushing up on those cooking skills in -- because we all have goals of cooking more at home, right?
This stylish kitchen stands out with its oversized island, eye-catching white quartz counters, and rich cabinetry. An open layout was applied to the whole main floor of this 1913 Georgian home in Queen Anne. Wonderful for entertaining, the kitchen flows right into the dining room, which flows naturally to the lush outside area.
These counters look familiar, eh? We're seeing this style of crisp, white quartz counters often lately. They add a splash of sophistication and modern appeal. We love how the stark white counters are paired with the natural wood grain of the bar stools. With the sink situated in the island, the chef can also enjoy sumptuous views of Juanita Bay through the curved wall of windows that lines the main floor.
With a large skylight overhead, you'll always have the benefit of natural light in this kitchen. The custom design that flows throughout this home is especially evident in this well-equipped kitchen. Pretty cabinetry does a lot of work here, showcasing dishware and providing a home for your most prized bottles of wine.