Cameron Diaz's kitchen is full of chic cookware and decor — here's why we love her style

Cameron Diaz's kitchen interior design is seriously sleek

Cameron Diaz's Kitchen has set our tongues wagging. Here is Cameron a white woman with blonde hair and red lipstick wearing a black blazer, standing in front of a green background with white lettering
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Cameron Diaz's kitchen was showcased beautifully in her recent TikTok, with The Holiday star sharing how to make a delicious pear cake and cocktail. Cameron always looks so elegant when on the red carpet, so it's no surprise to us that her kitchen matches her faultless style.

After we finished drooling over her yummy treats, our attention turned to Cameron's marble countertops, Mediterranean bowls, and the Hexclad pan every celeb seems to have at the moment. We spoke to our in-house kitchen expert to find out why these all work so beautifully in the space.

If you're looking for small kitchen ideas, Cameron's is filled with plenty of inspo. Here's why her kitchen picks really are brilliant choices, and where to shop to replicate her timeless look.

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Welcome to Cooking with Cameron!👩🏼‍🍳 To celebrate the holiday season, I wanted to share recipes for my delicious pear cake & @avaline Lambrusco cocktail🍐🍷a dessert and drink pairing that’s perfect for a little cozy dinner party. Head over to drinkavaline.com to find the full recipe and to shop our Holiday Collection! Cheers!🥂

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Cameron Diaz's kitchen

From beautiful patterns to bright colors, Cameron's place is filled with ideas for refreshing your small kitchen. Notepad at the ready? Off we go down the wishing well of Hollywood kitchen beauties.

Why we love Cameron Diaz's kitchen

The first thing that caught our eye was the striking marble splashback above the oven. 

“Cameron's decor might be made of real marble, but you don't have to be a Hollywood A-lister to achieve the look," says acting head ecommerce editor at Real Homes, Christina Chrysostomou. “If you're a renter or someone who likes to switch up their interior design, consider peel-and-stick tiles and vinyl.” 

This waterproof material can be used on backsplashes and kitchen islands to give it a quiet luxury look for less.

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Christina Chrysostomou

Christina is the acting head ecommerce editor at Real Homes. She has tested hundreds of kitchen appliances and cookware during her time with us.

We also spotted our in-house favorite non-toxic cookware, the Hexclad pan also loved by Hailey Bieber among others. “I never thought I'd have something in common with Cameron Diaz, Hailey Bieber, and Chef Ramsay, but it appears they all have the same great taste in non-stick frying pans as I do,” says Christina, currently busy testing this bit of kit.

Not only does the hybrid pan work on induction hobs but it’s also built for oven use. “When you're using it as a frying pan, the handle stays nice and cool, though you'll need to be careful if you're reverse searing a steak or browning off a frittata.” 

Christina also loves the fact you can use metal utensils on it and even clean it with a metal scourer, adding, “if this makes you shudder, it's dishwasher safe too.”

Before she got started with cooking in the video, Cameron measured out all the ingredients carefully. “Her blue and white bowls are the perfect combination of vintage, Mediterranean, and chinoiserie,” says Christina. 

The navy and white provide a great contrast to the warm spices and orange persimmon fruit she uses in her recipe, making it easy for her to see where each spice is.

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Want to bring Cameron's chic kitchen style into your home? These picks are just the ticket to bring in the Hollywood glam.


If you're giving your kitchen a makeover, you just can't go wrong with choosing timeless, elegant styles. Want to explore even more sophisticated celebrity kitchens? Interior designers love Olivia Rodrigo's quiet luxury kitchen

Eve Smallman
Content Editor

Hi there! I’m a content editor at Real Homes. I've been a lifestyle journalist for over five years, previously working as an editor across regional magazines. Before this, I graduated from Nottingham Trent University a degree in journalism, along with an NCTJ gold diploma. I love running, decorating my rented Victorian home, and discovering new cheeses. For Real Homes, I specialize in interior design, trends and finding the best viral buys.

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