15 kitchens with plenty of natural light

Illuminating your home with natural light will not only save energy, but also make your kitchen look larger. This gallery features a stunning collection of gorgeous kitchens with windows for lots of natural light.

The vintage Murano-glass light fixtures is the key factor in the kitchen of an Arizona home by architect Marwan Al-Sayed and interior decorator Jan Showers. The kitchen consists of oak cabinetry and stainless-steel counters, sinks and sink fittings by Bulthaup; meanwhile, the white-oak floors that reflect the natural light from the glass doors are completed by Carlisle Wide Plank Floors.

In a Martha’s Vineyard home decorated by Victoria Hagan Interiors, the customized cabinetry by Ferguson & Shamamian meets the vintage Italian hanging lights in the sunlit kitchen.

This New Jersey kitchen is the creation of architect Michael Graves and designer Victoria Hagan. The special point in this kitchen is that there are no upper cabinets so as to maximize the light and the views.

Designed by Madeline Stuart, this Los Angeles kitchen is equipped with pendant lights from BK Antiques, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Blanco sink with Kallista fittings, and a Viking range. This kitchen has the beautiful natural light streamed in through towering French doors.

The light penetrates tall windows and French doors of this New York kitchen designed by Alfredo Paredes and equipped with industrial light fixtures from Obsolete and bluestone countertops from Alan Court & Assoc. match with white-oak cabinetry.

Designed by Muriel Brandolini, this Hampton Bays kitchen welcomes the natural light by a line of windows. It is appointed with cabinetry faced in colored wood veneer and concrete counters; the hanging lights from Twentytwentyone, the stools and corner bookcase by Design Within Reach.

It’s a combination of beautiful equipments that lighten up this Manhattan penthouse kitchen. This house by David Mann and Brett McMullen of MR Architecture + Decor is appointed with a chandelier by David Weeks for Ralph Pucci hung above a set of Eero Saarinen Tulip chairs by Knoll in the dining area.

Designed by Mary Foley, this kitchen in Hamptons is equipped with oak cabinetry from Frank Greenwald and pendant lights by Artemide.

Designed by Javier Barba and equipped with cabinetry from Bulthaup, this kitchen on the Greek island of Mykonos is a shiny and modern space with full of light.

This Connecticut kitchen is designed by Victoria Hagan with the primary colour of white. This kitchen is equipped with Urban Archaeology lights, the farmhouse sink and fittings from Waterworks.

This shining Hugdon Valley kitchen designed by Enrico Bonetti and Dominic Kozerski has the lights of vintage marine fixtures, the backsplash of honed marble and the sink fittings of Waterworks.

This kitchen designed by Robert Willson and David Serrano in Merida, Mexico brings a tropical kind of feel with Madrigal ceramic pineapples basking in the light along with Willson-designed floor tiles and cabinetry from Bohl Architects.

The light fills this kitchen by Juergen Riehm of 1100 Architect through the surrounding glass door. An Eero Saarinen marble pedestal table stands next to the bar with a trio of Harry Bertoia. This kitchen brings a warm atmosphere because of its primary colour of red and the wooden interior.

Gisele Bündschen and Tom Brady’s kitchen in Los Angeles is designed by Joan Behnke with Exquisite Surfaces’ antique Tunisian tile and equipped with the pendant lights from Formations, marble countertops from Compas Architectural Stone and custom-made alder cabinetry, an oak island and a Wolf range.

Appointed with light fixtures by Ann-Morris Antiques and Greenberg-designed cabinetry, this Houston kitchen by architect Allan Greenberg and decorator Elissa Cullman, this kitchen brings an elegant beauty.