u-shaped-kitchen-1Make a U-Turn

This U-shaped galley kitchen takes full advantage of its ceiling height and the available light. The location of the sink provides views outdoors, while glass-front, white-painted cabinet doors help make the space feel open and generous.


galley2White and Light

High-gloss cabinets and walls in crisp white give this modern space its clean look. Large-scale floor tiles in a textured, organic gray make the space feel more expansive than a tiny mosaic tile would.


galley3Unexpected Touches

With no window, this homeowner decided to layer oversized kitchen-theme art on a functional chalkboard wall, ideal for shopping lists and notes. An unexpected chandelier adds a glamorous touch.



All Aboard

Industrial-style pendant lights give a nod to the galley kitchen’s seafaring roots. Stainless steel appliances extend the theme and provide a bit of sheen—perfect for a small space. Open shelves and a built-in bar allow maximum space efficiency.



Vintage Elements

Ceiling-high cabinets topped with traditional stacked crown molding make the most of this kitchen’s vertical space. A retro stool, wall-mounted clock, and basic ceiling fan add character as well.


galley6Take a Seat

Adding a breakfast area to a galley kitchen can make the space more inviting to friends and family. By locating the cabinets near the room’s entry point and placing a dining table in front of the windows, this kitchen becomes a cheery spot to work and host.


galley7Sky High

Tall cabinets can be tough to reach, but a vintage library ladder makes the job easier, and looks great too! In this traditional galley kitchen, glass fronts help provide easy sight lines to the items inside the gorgeous cabinets.


galley8Extra Wide

Some galley kitchens suffer from narrow aisles, but in this wider version, multiple cooks can work comfortably side by side. A commercial-style faucet and range add to this kitchen’s unique design and utility.


galley9An Elegant Mix

Built within a traditional Brooklyn brownstone, modern cabinets render this kitchen fresh and unexpected. A mix of materials, including wood floors, solid surface cabinets, marble tiles and countertops, and stainless steel appliances, add interest to the long space.


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