Gourmet Kitchens Inspired by You

Say Hello to Kitchen Inspiration

These days it seems like just about everyone is a self-proclaimed foodie. And why not? There’s never been a better time to source unique ingredients from around the world and the internet is chock full of exciting recipes and tutorials to try.

Giving new meal ideas a whirl at home is especially easy with a kitchen designed by America’s Most Trusted ® Home Builder. Crafting gourmet setups exclusively for amateur chefs, your new kitchen can be the talk of the town in no time at all.

And you don’t have to spend a million bucks to get the best of what Taylor Morrison has to offer. From suburban detached homes in Sacramento to snazzy urban Atlanta townhomes, we’re building modern kitchens for modern lifestyles – all with the opportunity to personalize your dream by adding signature touches with Design Studio.

Find your inspiration by touring a collection of the gorgeous professionally designed kitchens at Taylor Morrison model homes.

There’s Something Special about a Blank Slate

The all white kitchen never goes out of style. It’s also the easiest to keep trendy and updates quickly with fresh furniture and accent pieces. You can keep the minimalistic design for as long as you’d like or make wild shift down the line with bright new bar stools or countertop appliances.

Notice how much the tiled backsplash adds to the look without the need to shift colors.

Discover Real Beauty in the Warmth of Mother Nature

Choosing a color palette based off natural hues is a great way to make your kitchen as relaxing as it is functional. But going full au naturale means implementing a variety of materials to blend with the subtle tones and finish off the ambiance.

The combination of wood floors and stone wall covering gives off the impression that this gourmet kitchen belongs in an upscale mountain lodge more than a primary residence.

It’s truly incredible how just a few simple elements that remind us of the outdoors can completely alter the way a room makes us feel.

The mosaic tile on the breakfast bar is a nice touch, too. In fact, adding texture with tile is a fantastic design move for virtually any space.

Unique Kitchen Design Starts & Ends with the Details

Contemporary fixtures can work wonders when looking at add WOW factor to your kitchen. See how three unorthodox pendant lights completely transform the space.

With a little creativity, owning a chic, cutting-edge kitchen doesn’t have to run you a fortune.

Nifty Shades of Grey

Here’s a stunning kitchen design that will change your mind about matte grey cabinetry. It’s easy to love how this open-concept plan opens out into a cozy breakfast nook for casual family meals.

A simple, monochrome color scheme can really work – especially when it flows on through the house as shown below.

Notice how the grey palette feels much lighter and brighter because of the two-story ceiling. Natural lighting really makes a big impact on the colors we choose. When painting an extra-large space, remember that something bold will be overkill. Muted can be spectacular in the right setting.

Taylor Morrison Phoenix Presents

Don’t be afraid to combine vintage and modern into a fusion look. See how unique wood cabinetry plus a modern take on traditional kitchen lighting creates an environment that’s as classic as it is chic.

And those leather chairs? A perfect fit.

Austin Goes Farmhouse

The modern farmhouse look is a red-hot trend all across the country. See how well a little country charm goes with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.

Glass cabinet accents and the matching tile island and backsplash blend the new with the old.

Get Funky with Non-Traditional Materials

Every designer gourmet kitchen needs a show stopping centerpiece. Imagine walking into this Chicago home and feasting your eyes on that copper food prep island.

When looking at kitchen upgrades in the design studio, don’t be afraid to splurge on one big game changer to set the tone for the space.

Introducing the Summer Kitchen

Maximize indoor/outdoor living with a fully functional outdoor kitchen. Once you get used to al fresco eating, you just may never use that old dining table ever again!

Simple Tips for Personalizing Your New Kitchen

Piecing together the kitchen of your dreams is exciting but there are a few guiding principles to follow along the way:

  • Attend design studio preview sessions to become more familiar with options & upgrades before it’s time to make any final decisions.
  • Don’t be afraid to select design vignettes you like. At the design studio you’ll see plenty of examples professionally matched to work well together. If you fall in love with a pre-packaged combo, don’t feel like you have to mix it up “just because.”
  • Look at all available materials before making a final decision.
  • If you plan to install “smart” appliances down the road, it may make more sense to go ahead and upgrade now. Same goes for cabinets.
  • Do lots of research online. Many first-time home buyers say that they don’t know what their style truly is. You discover it by looking for it. And when you find an image of the kitchen of your dreams, simply click ‘save’ or ‘print.’

Worried that you’re just not a decorating guru? Not a problem. Our professional design studio staff are trained in helping you through the process. You’ll love your new kitchen. We promise.

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