#1 – It boasts two islands (each with different countertops and chandeliers) as well as a detailed barrel ceiling

#2 – It boasts two islands, one being a breakfast bar. The modern white cabinets mixed with the rustic stone accent walls and hardwood floors make for an old world, yet glamorous room.

#3 – It boasts two islands, two chandeliers, custom cabinets and a tiled backsplash.

#4 – It is located in the $58 million Le Palais mega mansion in Beverly Hills and features a huge island with floating breakfast bar and tons of cabinet space. It is the most spacious and open out of the 4 kitchens.

  • Daniel

    None of them is really all that outstanding, but if I had to choose I’d go with 2. 1 is just too damn busy and the 2 different chandeliers are torturing me. 3 looks like it is purely for show, and the ornate cabinets against the super plain ceiling looks bad. 4 is a joke and looks like it is made of cork.




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  • matt

    4 is hideous




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  • dan

    I choose #1. I love to cook and it would be nice to cook in a kitchen that is beautiful – not just practical.




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  • Grrrowler

    My first choice would be a kitchen not shown here; the selection is definitely not the best. My second choice would be number 1, third choice number 2, and the other two I wish I’d never seen.




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  • Mak

    Oh definitely # 4. I need everything to be as far apart as possible. Being rich means never having to clean up the mess afterwards, and having things far apart means I’m getting my money’s worth from the help.




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    • Grrrowler

      You’re quite the job creator aren’t you?!




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      • mak

        I don’t want to brag of course, but I do my part. 😉




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  • oranges

    Would have picked number 3 given that it had a ceiling design/inlay….




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  • iulianpojar

    Let me put it this way:
    First three are for those who ride a horse o a horse carriage,
    the last one is for those who drive a car.




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  • Avi

    #4 most definetly!
    It’s spacious, uncluttered and unique.
    If a kitchen is big and comfortable enough to live in, bring the damn mattress and start that barbecue!




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  • Bill_in_NY

    They’re ALL bad.
    1) The table is too close to the stove- it should be in its own little area.
    2) God knows where the sink and fridge are. It’s a poor “working triangle”.
    3) The range and the ovens are too far apart.
    4) Everything is too spread out. You’d be running a marathon just to get meals prepped, cooked, and served.




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