Sunday, November 16, 2014

10 Celebrity Kitchens That Will Make You Jealous

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Kim and Kanye's new $20 million Hidden Hills mansion comes complete with eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, two swimming pools, two spas, and a vineyard. The large kitchen has French-country style details and beamed ceilings.

Billy Joel

Billy Joel is saying goodbye to his oceanfront Sagaponack, New York, house, and to its amazing chef's kitchen with cathedral ceilings. The singer finally sold the home on his third attempt for $19 million.

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez's new $22 million penthouse located in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood features an open-plan kitchen with sleek and modern details.

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are starting fresh in their newly-purchased $11.25 million 19th-century colonial mansion. The kitchen has modern appliances and historic molding.

Celine Dion

Celine Dion's mega mansion, which is now on the market for $62.5 million, boasts a main house, guest house, tennis house, pool house, and a waterpark. The kitchen isn't so bad either — the all-white space looks perfect for prepping a big dinner party.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence will have plenty of room to cook and host parties in the kitchen of her new Beverly Hills mansion. The Oscar winner purchased the home from Jessica Simpson for $6.4 million.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga's new $23 million Malibu mansion has a European-inspired kitchen with exposed beams and beautiful rustic details.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé

Beyonce and Jay-Z were reportedly checking out an $85 million Beverly Hills mansion with a sleek, all-white kitchen. The views of the Los Angeles skyline should be reason enough to buy the home.

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis recently purchased a $12 million, sprawling estate in Bedford, New York, that has this sleek kitchen with amazing views.

Jake Gyllenhaal

The kitchen in Jake Gyllenhaal's recently-listed Hollywood Hills house has stainless steel appliances, blue cabinets, and glazed subway tiles.