These 6 Celebrity Kitchens Deserve Their Own Pinterest Board
It’s no secret that we’ve been spending way more time at our house due to social distancing. The same goes for all of our favorite celebrities, who have been offering rare sneak peeks into their homes and backyards.
That’s why we rounded up a list of the six best celeb kitchens we’ve seen on social media. (Once you get a glimpse of Reese Witherspoon’s rustic abode, you’ll understand why we can’t get enough.)
1. Reese Witherspoon
Witherspoon offered a rare glimpse of her home when she shared a candid video of herself dancing. The kitchen looks straight out of Sweet Home Alabama, featuring black countertops and a combination of white and glass display cabinets.
2. Gabrielle Union
If you look past Union’s workout attire, you’ll notice her modern kitchen is on full display. The actress must love neutral color schemes, since her cabinets and center island perfectly complement the hardwood floor. Don’t even get us started on the room’s natural light, which is accompanied by unique fixtures for nighttime.
3. Mindy Kaling
As it turns out, Mindy Kaling is also a fan of natural wood, since her cabinets and pantry match the floor. The kitchen also has marble countertops and top-notch appliances. #Duh
4. Selena Gomez
As evidenced by her cooking show Selena + Chef, Selena Gomez isn’t afraid to virtually welcome fans into her home. The kitchen is super elegant, featuring white cabinetry, marble countertops and a light blue backsplash. If you scroll through the slideshow, you’ll see her stunning stove top, which is surrounded by exposed brick that’s outlined by imperfect mortar, creating a cozy rustic vibe.
5. Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez posted a sneak peek of her massive Bel-Air kitchen, which features marble countertops and a huge island. Bonus points for having excessive amounts of flowers, fruit bowls and family photos on display.
6. Cameron Diaz
When Cameron Diaz shared her stovetop popcorn recipe on Instagram, we couldn’t seem to take our eyes off her gorgeous kitchen, which features butcher block countertops and open shelves. The appliances are outlined by a classic subway tile backsplash (natch).