According to the listing, the kitchen was fully remodeled last year with white high-gloss cabinets (see IKEA's Akurum line) and a countertop that, like the home's windowsills, is white oiled oak (see IKEA's Numerar countertop).
The refrigerator reminds us of a Smeg refrigerator we wrote about this summer in our post "Make a (very) small kitchen work harder." Its narrow shape leaves a small footprint without sacrificing food storage space. The induction cooktop is another space saver. (The decorative tray on the cooktop is a colorful Josef Frank illustration of Manhattan, available worldwide from Svenskt Tenn for about $37.)
Note that those are shallow storage cabinets against the left wall; it's hard to tell in this photo, but you can see them a little more clearly in the earlier photo of the kitchen-plus-bedroom view.
The shiny, reflective surfaces make the kitchen feel larger, boosted by the pale, disciplined palette that's carried throughout the home. The frosted glass cabinet adds luminosity without clutter. The hanging fruit basket with its red, yellow and orange levels is charming -- but to be clear, we're in no way advising you to restrict your palate for the sake of a restrained color scheme. Eat the whole rainbow!