Imagine What You Could Get Cooking in These Four Good-Looking Kitchens


If your home is the designated holiday hot spot, then you know exactly what to expect: at some point, everyone will congregate in the kitchen. As the busiest space in the house, modern kitchens call for plenty of room, copious counter space, and lighting that perfectly spotlights those gorgeous dishes and desserts. Just in time for the holidays, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate presents four kitchens made for entertaining.

4428_lorraine


The classic home at 4428 Lorraine Avenue in Highland Park has a kitchen with gorgeous French doors and hardwoods. The home is located on a treed corner lot and was remodeled in 2008. The details can be seen throughout, and particularly in the kitchen, which features a neutral palate, granite countertops, top appliances, and an oversized island with abundant storage.

2202_cambria


This kitchen in the modern Mediterranean home at 2202 Cambria Boulevard stuns with its muted color palette. Black-and-white granite countertops, brushed nickel accents, glass lighting, stainless-steel appliances, and white flooring give the space a chic, minimalist look. The home is near the Lakewood Country Club’s golf course and affords beautiful views.

915_w_colorado


The Kessler Park home at 915 W. Colorado Boulevard features a modern kitchen with a natural color palette made predominately of brown and gray hues. The space features abundant cabinets, top appliances, glass-and-steel lighting fixtures, and granite countertops.

2917_fondren


The kitchen in 2917 Fondren Drive in University Park features white cabinetry, green glass-tile accents, a large island with gray and white hues, and hardwood floors. The open floor plan allows for abundant natural light, and the kitchen includes Sub-Zero appliances and a butler’s pantry with two wine coolers.

A version of this story also appears on Culture Map Dallas.

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