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1. Cameron Diaz - Manhattan

(photo credit - Roger Mayne)
This Bohemian-designed kitchen features emerald green cabinets with unlacquered brass accents and counters, as well as sink. The floor is cerused and stained a pale dark gray that makes the colors above work. The funky chandelier above ties into the quirky theme, but also makes the kitchen upscale instead of kitschy. 

2. George Clooney - Sonning  

(photo credit - Vagner Vidal)
The previous eternal bachelor and his wife Amal share this austere kitchen in Sonning on Thames. The fairy-tale like town is known for its cottage-esque charm, and this kitchen reflects a bit of both country appeal with a dash of Hollywood flare. Notice the canary yellow oven!

3. Bethenny Frankel - SoHo

(photo credit - BravoTV)
The three main themes of this kitchen are wood, white, and chrome. White cabinets and appliances match the walls and white marble countertop to give the feel of a bigger kitchen in this SoHo apartment. The chrome hardware, light fixtures, and range hood blends with the white to make an effortlessly classy style. The wood floors and chairs with chrome accenting brings back warmth to the kitchen so it doesn't feel overly pristine or sterile.  

4. Roberto Cavalli - Florence

(photo cred - Douglas Friedman)
Fashion and design are different animals, but the same beast. An internationally-acclaimed fashion designer should have the kitchen to match! The Italian designer and inventor's kitchen has a Mediterranean feel with the different tile choices, both on the floor and as a backsplash. The extravagant black and gold oven and range hood are the main focal point to an otherwise bucolic, homely kitchen.

5. Courtney Cox - Malibu

(photo cred - Simon Upton)
This clean and functional kitchen would make Monica jealous! So there is no surprise that Courtney Cox would have a kitchen this contemporary. Irregular stone floors add enough organic style to keep this polished kitchen from becoming too cold. The countertops are from CaesarStone, the fridge from Gaggenau, and the light fixture from Nessen Lighting.

6. Ralph Lauren - Manhattan

(photo credit - William Abranowicz)
The famous American fashion designer has an ultra-sleek, minimalist kitchen with the main themes being white lacquer, Celadon, and stainless steel. The Bertoia bar stools by Knoll add some curves to this angular kitchen, and the island-incorporated Wolf cooktop makes the most of a small space.

7. Brooklyn Decker - Austin

(photo credit - Casey Dunn)
If you've ever wondered what a model's kitchen would look like, think no further! This dressed-up rustic kitchen ties together both new and traditional color combos and materials, such as dark floors, blue shiplap cabinets, gray-veined white marble, exposed rough-hewn ceiling beams, brass hardware, and industrial pipe shelves. The antique paintings that decorate the top of the cabinets bring that Austin habit of tying in the old with the new!

8. Justin Bieber - Beverly Hills

(photo credit - Trulia)
The notorious singer-songwriter is always on the move, and had to consider a kitchen for the large entourage he is usually seen with. This kitchen's hallmark is the large island with incorporated double sink. Modern flat black and white cabinets make it painless to match the appliances.   

9. Ellen DeGeneres - Beverly Hills

(photo credit - Roger Davies)
Ellen and Portia's kitchen invokes the forest with its wood floor, chairs, and lintels, not to mention the jade green cabinets and backsplash tile. Woven natural fiber rugs add to the room's woodland theme. Below the skylight is an eye-catching, unique glass display case for storage (and aesthetic pleasure)! 

10. Will Smith - Los Angeles

(photo credit - Roger Davies)
For such a boisterous and outgoing actor, Will Smith's down-to-earth kitchen is a surprise! This kitchen is an upcyclers' dream come true with its reclaimed exposed ceiling beams and 19th century Nuristani oak cabinets. The natural shapes of this kitchen flows directly towards the immense adobe range hood.

11. Taylor Swift - Tribeca

(photo credit - StreetEasy)
The country singer's kitchen digs bring some country charm to this Tribeca appartment! Warm wooden floors and exposed ceiling beams coupled with white marble countertops opens up the space, as do the white cabinets with glass panels. The exposed brick wall is about the only New York characteristic left!

12. Sir Elton John - Los Angeles

(photo credit - Tim Street-Porter)
A kitchen fit for a modern Knight! This vibrant space is comprised of complementary colors green and purple, and pop off the black floors and white Poliform cabinets. Colorful and contemporary is the overall feel of this kitchen, while the vintage chandelier (from the Grand Hotel in Milan) and the ovalesque vases bring it back from feeling to rigid.

13. Jennifer Aniston - Bel Air

(photo credit - Trulia)
Talk about future! This kitchen seems the exact opposite of Rachel Green's taste with its dark, lacquered floors, floating appliances, and stainless steel monobloc island. The natural wood cabinets and under-cabinet lighting offers the only domestic ambience in this modern, industrial kitchen.

14. Tom Brady - Los Angeles

(photo credit - Architectural Digest)
Although Tom Brady and his brood have moved to a new place in Brookline, MA, his last kitchen still exudes confidence! Belonging now to Dr. Dre, this kitchen shows off craftsman and farmer styles without feeling aged. The exposed ceiling beams lined with wrought iron hardware keep the farm house feel while the oak floor transitions into a slate one, also keeping in line with the style.

15. Kirsten Dunst - New York City

(photo credit - Style at Home)
Instead of transforming a New York apartment to feel L.A. or country, Kirsten has embraced the industrial chic design of her house! The exposed brick wall and open shelving evokes inner city style, and has the black cabinets with steel hardware to match. The angled wood ceiling and funky vintage light fixtures add some youth to this otherwise antique-feeling room.

16. Ozzy Osbourne - Hidden Hills, CA

(photo credit - Roger Davies)
What do you picture when you imagine Black Sabbath's lead singer's kitchen? Whatever you imaginged, I bet could not be farther from the above! With a surprisingly bright and fresh feel, this kitchen Ozzy and his family share features cheerful Americana digs like the cockerel decor, old timey cash register, and barn red stools. 
-sky blue cabinets -marble counter -Americana retro/vintage funny enough

17. Whitney Port - Studio City, CA

(photo credit - Ashley Burns)
This kitchen appears to be in the clouds! Ethereal and airy, the TV personality's kitchen opens up with pale wood cabinets and spherical light fixtures. The Aria Stone Gallery quartzite countertops match the overall light color scheme while making it look ultra polished. 
-marble counters -pale wood cabinets -Aria Stone Gallery quartzite counters 

18. Lance Armstrong - Austin

(photo credit - Robert Reck)
Whoever knew a man cave could be found in a kitchen! Appearing more like a cigar and whiskey lounge, Lance Armstrong's kitchen reveals exposed but finished ceiling beams, a long bar stool at the back, and stained, dark cabinets. The cream walls and beige granite tops tie into the mostly wooden theme of this room. The high-end appliances, like the Viking microwave and range, and the Kohler sink, dress up the space so you're reminded this isn't just a place to have a drink with the guys!

19. Hayden Panettiere - Nashville

(photo credit - Brittany Ambridge)
Mixing and matching browns and grays is tricky, but not impossible as seen here! Hayden has separated her kitchen into neutral browns below with the wood floors and kickwall, and grayscale colors above with the diamond tile backsplash and cool gray upper cabinetry. The spheric light fixtures and the hip striated seats reminds us that this is a Millenials' kitchen! 

20. Giorgio Armani - Switzerland

(photo credit - Roger Davies)
The man known for his clean, tailored style would of course have a kitchen to match! This is the ultra minimalists' haven with only two major components to its sleek style: Mahogany millwork and Venetian plaster. Everything feels purpose-built in this Swiss kitchen, with no frills or fluff.