15 of the Best 'Flip or Flop' Kitchens

Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa’s recipe for success? Flips with mouthwatering kitchens. Take a pinch of renovation inspiration from some of their tastiest projects.

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December 06, 2016

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White Heat

This monochromatic palette is anything but boring. With dramatic marble countertops and crisp white subway tiles, the tone-on-tone transformation feels utterly luxe.

Contemporary Chic

Sleek black and white cabinets and countertops set the stage for this kitchen's bright accents. A candy-colored tray and a graphic rug are both sophisticated and fun.

Spacious Eat-In Kitchen

Who says a breakfast nook should be crammed into a corner? This kitchen's eventual owners won't be rubbing elbows as they sip their coffee; they've got room for a full-fledged brunch.

Endless Countertops

With prep surfaces for days and hardwood floors that flow seamlessly into the living room, this kichen is long on style.

Cool Quartz

The wide marble slabs atop this island separate the eating nook from the kitchen and provide ample space for gourmet entertaining.

Out with the Old

Christina and Tarek cleared out this kitchen's dated yellow cabinets and brought in rich, dark wood. Paired with steel appliances and hardware, these storage spaces are finally part of the 21st century.

Hit Refresh

This chameleonic kitchen picks up the feel of its accent pieces, thanks to tone-on-tone window dressing and cabinetry. Swap out countertop details, and poof! The space will have a whole new look.

Two-Tone Triumph

Bright yellow accessories peek through this kitchen's moody greys like a burst of sunshine.

Showstopping Backsplash

Why should big-ticket items like appliances and cabinetry get all the glory? This kitchen's undisputed star is behind the stove.

Not-So-Basic Bungalow

The gleaming surfaces below the counter in this Sierra Vista renovation are as practical as they are pretty - and provide a bit of modern contrast to the home's retro bones.

Warm Welcome

"Updated" doesn't have to mean "ultramodern." This kitchen's honey-colored woodwork and traditional accents are cozy rather than fussy.

California Dream

The oceanic grey-blues in this renovated kitchen pair beautifully with the West Coast scenery spilling in from the window beside the eat-in counter.

Touch of Grey

The ever-so-gentle tone of this kitchen's tilework demarcates the space without overloading the eye. 

Modern Marvel

The brand-spanking-new floor, cabinets, countertops, and appliances in this kitchen are the perfect backdrop for eclectic decor.

The Entertainer

This space is perfect for a host who wants company in the kitchen: The prep area peeks out into the hallway over the bar, and the living room is steps away.

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