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Stop by the country star's real-life Southern kitchen, just outside Nashville.
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When she moved into her 1920s Los Angeles home, the kitchen was one of her first projects.
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The Mexican Made Easy host styled her kitchen to be clean and white with pops of color.
Believe it or not, her centuries-old house didn't have a working kitchen when she bought it.
Forget the master bathroom: Valerie installed his-and-hers sinks in the kitchen.
Head to Hollywood for a look inside her small-yet-stocked kitchen.
With a navy blue statement wall and open kitchen plan, this New York City apartment feels right at home for the Cooking Channel star.
The Murphy's house is three levels of ocean views.
The Kitchen co-host survives the frigid winter months in the Hamptons.
Ina and Jeffrey retreat to their pied-a-terre in the 7th Arrondissement frequently.
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