5 LA Kitchens That Will Inspire You to Cook in the New Year

By Jessica Estrada

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to cook more often, these five downright gorgeous kitchens are all the inspiration you need to make good on that promise.

If that beachy, California cool lifestyle is what you crave, look no further than this Santa Monica abode. It epitomizes the laid-back yet luxe style LA is known for with its open floor plan and modern finishes. The kitchen all on its own is quite the treat. It’s awash in rich brown tones that beautifully pop against the tropical landscaping that surrounds the place. $3.775 million; contact Deasy/Penner & Partners listing agent Frank Langen, 310-963-3891

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