Best of 2019: Kitchens

It’s the last week of the year, and the last week of the decade! So a good time to look at the most wonderful spaces of this year in my Best of 2019 series. Today I will share with you my favourite kitchens of this year, of course the links to the original post are in the descriptions if these snippets aren’t enough for you and you want to see the entire home. Enjoy!

British kitchen company deVOL has made me happy with many beautiful kitchens this year (there are 3 of them in this list) and this one was much loved by me but also with you. A lovely blue and green kitchen in a Victorian rectory.

EyeSwoon founder Athena Calderone has a beautiful Brooklyn home and her kitchen especially is an absolute dream (photo: Sarah Elliott)

I love the atmosphere in this dark green Victorian-inspired kitchen of Lady and Pups founder Mandy Lee

Those windows! The absolutely amazing kitchen in Jenna Wright’s vintage industrial barn home

I love the color combination in this kitchen. The marsala and blue cabinets and the stunning herringbone floor are a dream combination (photo: Anders Bergstedt)

Another beautiful kitchen from deVOL. A classic English kitchen in a manor house

Light blue cabinets and lots of wood in the charming and warm home of actress Anne Hathaway (photo: Studio Shamshiri)

Swedish interior designer Joanna Lavén designed the home where you will find this stunning kitchen (photo: Erik Lefvander)

A simple black kitchen but the bench and the raw brick wall in this attic apartment kitchen make it very special (photo: MOHV)

I’m in love with the green tiles in a herringbone pattern in this kitchen. With the black cabinets this green color tone really pops out. And open shelves are always lovely (photo: Bari J)

Here’s deVOL again! You’ve probably seen this color a lot this year because mustard yellow is hot! (I even made a post about it, which you can read here). This ‘Real Shaker Kitchen’ which you can find in their New York showroom is absolutely stunning

This kitchen in a townhouse on Mallorca is rather simple but the entire picture with the tiled floor and the open doors to the garden make it absolutely stunning (photo: Bjurfors)

For me, pink in interior design is always a good idea. This kitchen in a Victorian home is not the only pink thing in this home, they even used pink concrete! (photo: Andrew Ogilvy)

More dusty pink, this time in combination with black in an art-filled blue and pink apartment in Stockholm (photo: Jesper Florbrant)

Sebastian Bergström a.k.a. Mosebacke has a beautiful tiny apartment in Stockholm that includes this tiny yellow kitchen. It might be small but it’s absolutely perfect (photo: Lina Östling)

Oh that tiny window seat, isn’t it lovely? This is the beautiful kitchen of Emily Ward and Giovanni Ribisi in their Los Angeles home (photo: Trevor Tondro)