Introducing the Food Network Fantasy Kitchen Giveaway!

We've designed the kitchen of your dreams — and a sweepstakes where you could win $250,000 to make it a reality.

Here at Food Network, we do a lot of dreaming. We dream up the tastiest recipes for you to try, the most fun cooking shows to make you smile and the coolest videos to share with your friends.

But lately, we've had our head in the clouds thinking about kitchens — kitchens with the prettiest finishes, tons of storage and loads of space for entertaining. If that sounds like a fantasy, you're totally right — and that's exactly why we're so excited to kick off Food Network's first-ever Fantasy Kitchen™ Giveaway today.

We're turning your culinary dreams into a reality with the Fantasy Kitchen™ Giveaway where you could win $250,000 towards the kitchen of your dreams. You can enter to win daily on both FoodNetwork.com and GeniusKitchen.com from now through April 16, 2018 at 5 p.m. EST. 

Need a little inspiration for what you might do with all that dough? We asked designer Shea McGee (and got culinary advice from Chopped judge Scott Conant) to create a kitchen that pulls out all the stops. The Fantasy Kitchen blends high-end conveniences with modern, warm and inviting design to create a space for cooking, entertaining and enjoying family and friends.

Take a peek at the kitchen below and see the full, detailed tour here. Then before you get too lost in your own decor daydreams, remember to enter to win on both FoodNetwork.com and GeniusKitchen.com!

The Fantasy Kitchen's show-stopping feature is the giant island, complete with a built-in butcher block, extra seating and storage, and plenty of space for entertaining.

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alex hayden

The Fantasy Kitchen's show-stopping feature is the giant island, complete with a built-in butcher block, extra seating and storage, and plenty of space for entertaining.

"Two-toned cabinets help to break things up," McGee says. "The black cabinets on the bottom ground the space, while the white cabinets on top draw your eye upwards and impart an airy feeling."

Photo by: alex hayden

alex hayden

"Two-toned cabinets help to break things up," McGee says. "The black cabinets on the bottom ground the space, while the white cabinets on top draw your eye upwards and impart an airy feeling."

If the kitchen of your dreams doesn't have a pizza oven, you need to dream bigger! This luxurious feature is made for culinary adventures — and complements the space with a rustic, white brick veneer.

Photo by: alex hayden

alex hayden

If the kitchen of your dreams doesn't have a pizza oven, you need to dream bigger! This luxurious feature is made for culinary adventures — and complements the space with a rustic, white brick veneer.

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