Lavish Kitchens Throughout History That Made Us Say 'Whoa'
Vote up the luxurious kitchens you'd still use to test your cooking chops.
For people who like to cook, kitchens are sacred places that need to have all of the tools and space to test both new and tried-and-true recipes. Thinking about it, without all of today's luxuries, would cooking be nearly as fun or easy as it is now? It would definitely be more difficult with stone ovens and rudimentary tools. But not every kitchen was devoid of all basic necessities we're accustomed to, such as over-the-top, lavish royal kitchens - even those from centuries ago. Considering the times, some of these ancient kitchens are truly impressive despite their setbacks. Vote up the lavish kitchens from history that look luxurious nonetheless.
1. Victorian Cooking RangePhoto: David Dixon / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA 2.0
2. Kitchen In The Houses Of Parliament, Westminster, Early 20th CenturyPhoto: Unknown / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain
3. Royal Palace Ancient KitchenPhoto: Colin / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA 4.0
4. The Kitchen Onboard The RMS 'Mauretania'
5. 15th Century Kitchen At St. Patrick's RockPhoto: Warren LeMay / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain
6. Colonial American KitchenPhoto: Margaret Talbot Jackson / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain