Forget Pinterest—Amazon Is Actually the Best Source for Kitchen Inspo

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The first step for any kitchen remodel? Finding an inspo photo for the cabinets of your dreams, another for the gorgeous brass lighting fixtures and somehow selecting the photo that totally captures how you want to hang your pots above the stove. And to be honest, we’re so over Pinterest, mainly because it’s not even shoppable. Lately, we’ve been hitting up Amazon’s #FoundItOnAmazon page because it has drool-worthy home decor photos—and you can buy almost every item directly from the retailer. Here, seven beautifully designed kitchens we found on Amazon that are *chef’s kiss.*

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1. Eclectic Traditional

Striking wallpaper, a luxe marble farmhouse sink and a wall decorated with serving boards? This kitchen was practically made for the ‘gram but it’s also surprisingly functional.

Get the look: Decomust chandelier ($200); TOSCANA serving board ($31); Kingston Brass faucet ($170); Simplehuman soap pump ($52)

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2. California Modern

This design screams Scandi chic…and we’re suddenly craving IKEA meatballs. As for those mid-century modern stools? Yeah, they’ll only cost you $149 for a pair.

Get the look: Ten Thousand Villages basket ($6); OXO Tea Kettle ($69); Stone & Beam container ($18); Rivet stools ($149 for 2)

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3. Eclectic Modern

We love the contrast between the patterned ceramic floor tiles and bright white subway tiles on the walls. This newly renovated kitchen has tons of texture and couldn’t be more inviting. Plus, the open shelving is a great excuse to upgrade those tired plates, chipped bowls and old serving platters.

Get the look: Pauer pendant light ($28); Anchor Hocking canister set ($18); Creative Co-op scale ($71); Topower stool ($70); SomerTile Tile ($59 for 10)

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4. Rustic Farmhouse

Behold, the farmhouse kitchen of our dreams. Sure, most of the touches in this rustic space are actual antiques, but plenty of the focal points can be found on Amazon. For example, that stunning copper sink. *Swoon.*

Get the look: Sinkology copper sink ($499); Sauder table ($173); Mud Pie sponge holder ($16); Zeppoli towels ($16); DEMMEX teakettle ($60)

5. Modern Minimalist

Does this extremely minimal space leave you feeling calm and Zen? Same. Set out to re-create this Marie Kondo–inspired kitchen and leave the clutter behind. But keep in mind that the floating shelves and the bare countertop styling works best in a smaller space.

Get the look: DELTA faucet ($301); HOOBRO floating shelves($36 for 2); Corelle dinnerware 18-piece dinnerware set ($140); John Boos cutting board ($159)

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6. Rustic Meets Industrial

Your typical farmhouse kitchen, but with unexpected industrial touches. The coated iron chairs and angular pendant lights make this space feel sleek but not overdone. And the distressed “EAT” letters will really get your point across at the next family dinner.

Get the look: Light Society chandelier ($113); Globe Electric pendant light ($36); POLY & BARK chairs ($110 for 4); MyGift EAT wall plaque ($18)

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7. Contemporary

No space? No problem. The genius floating island makes an otherwise tiny room feel open and spacious. The white walls and cabinets help too. Plus, when you consider the brilliant use of storage solutions, the size of this kitchen hardly even matters.

Get the look: Westinghouse Lighting pendant lights ($94 for 2); GREATBIGCANVAS art print ($155); Novogratz stools ($116 for 2); Cost Farms aloe plant ($25)

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