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6 things that the most beautiful kitchens in the world have in common

6 things that the most beautiful kitchens in the world have in common

After seeing hundreds and hundreds of kitchens, we have become experts identifying what attracts most people in these spaces, and we have good news: they all have something in common ... and it's easy to get it!

Here are the most beautiful kitchens in the world and the tricks to get them.

1. Dare with the prints

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Still loving all the texture and subtle contrasts in this kitchen from a couple seasons back. I can't wait for y'all to see the homes this fall on #fixerupper! # season5iscoming @hgtv

A post shared by Joanna Stevens Gaines (@joannagaines) on Jul 21, 2017 at 9:11 am PDT

Joanna Gaines and Christina El Moussa have very different styles, but both designers share a love for patterned tiles. And they are the best way to revive a kitchen without overwhelming it with too many accessories or unnecessary mess. Also, if you place them on the floor, replacing the carpet, you will save on spot cleaning.

Buy now: € 80 (approx.), Amazon

2. Gray is the new white

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Gray and parquet in the Queen's park Kitchen. #deVOLKitchens

A post shared by deVOL Kitchens (@devolkitchens) on Jul 13, 2017 at 4:47 am PDT

Remember when your Pinterest board about dream kitchens glowed white? That clean look is still in fashion, but now the new obsession is gray. You will begin to see cabinets painted in this tone everywhere, yes, even with white background walls.

Buy now: 40 € (approx.), Amazon

3. Lamps in a big way

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A few minor decorating changes can update a space and make it feel completely different without having to do a complete Reno. Here, new pendant lights were added, new stools and colors of red and orange were swapped out for pastels and bold hits of black. Then of course, adding more greenery 🌿for the magical touch. Image by @suziappel_photo and styling by me on a project from 2016 ✨… #interior #interiors #interiorinspo #interiorstyle #interiordecor #interiorstyling #interiorinspiration #kitchen #kitchenstyle #kitchendecor #kitchenstools #kitchenstyling #scandinaviandesign #monochromenord #chromaticnord #chromaticnordine #monochromenordination #monochromenordine #monochromenord #chromaticnord #chromaticthin #chromatic scandihome #nordichome #melbournestylist #melbourneinteriorstylist #baskinteriors

A post shared by Michelle Hart Interior Stylist (@michelle_baskinteriors) on Jun 19, 2017 at 1:57 pm PDT

Hanging lamps are fashionable, and the bigger the better. Opt for the most striking.

Buy now:100 € (approx.), Amazon

4. Forget the traditional dining rooms

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How incredible is this bright and cheery breakfast nook, y'all? There's just so much to love- those chairs, that chandelier, and absolute pillow pattern perfection !! 😍 @ pink_peppermint_design nailed it! 👌🏻 What designers are you loving these days? Tag 'em below so I can feed this Instagram addiction of mine even more 😬 #breakfastnook #tilinsiders #designercrush

A post shared by Emily Knotts {Crisp interiors} (@crispinteriors) on Oct 9, 2016 at 5:28 pm PDT

Nothing improves a boring kitchen more than a cozy living area, or in this case, a dining room. Mix and match textures, patterns and colors, and you will make the space seem much more expensive than it is.

Buy now: € 440 (approx.), Amazon

5. Two is better than one

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Doing the first round of install on this house and realizing that we picked these finishes almost 2 years ago… I can't help but be happy I don't hate the color green yet 💚💚💚 #clienthollaatlajolla #crappyiphonepicsaremyjam

A post shared by Amber Lewis (@amberinteriors) on Jun 22, 2017 at 4:27 pm PDT

Interior decorators have begun painting the upper and lower cabinets in different shades, and the result is totally amazing. Ideally, the top should be lighter and brighter, leaving dark colors for the rest.

Buy now: 9 € (approx.), Amazon

6. Give it a touch of copper

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Copper is the next IT metal! We are seeing it from so many of our vendors and are excited to continue incorporating it into our projects! #ranchacresrejuvenation Design // @austinbeandesignstudio Photography // Jenifer Jordan

A post shared by Austin Bean Design Studio (@austinbeandesignstudio) on Feb 7, 2017 at 11:42 am PST

Normally we usually resort to accessories in silver or bronze because they are the easiest to find, but copper is much more colorful. If you have doubts, start with something small, like a tap, and if you feel adventurous, opt for a copper extractor hood. The result will be print.

Buy now: € 945 (approx.), Amazon

Via: House Beautiful US