Navy blue is a smartly sophisticated choice for the cabinets in this transitional kitchen, complementing the rich wood finishes of the hardwood floor and countertop. A beige-and-white chevron striped blind adds a fun graphic touch at the window.
Around the corner, large cabinets and wood floors comprise the galley kitchen. To help the narrow space feel more airy and open, architect Lauren Rubin introduced large windows, recessed lighting and all-white furnishings.
Warm woods combine with bright whites for a natural yet contemporary color palette. The large kitchen is centered by an island with a cooktop and mirrored range hood. Windows flank both sides of the space, allowing in natural light.
Open shelves keep dinnerware in reach and ensure that the kitchen counters remain clutter-free. With space right beside the window, the owners can prep for dinner while enjoying views of the city below.
To keep the family organized, the home's galley kitchen has plenty of cabinet storage and counter space to accommodate this large family's needs. To the left of the space, a pantry adds storage, while to the right of the space, a refrigerator sits inconspicuously off to the side.
A large galley kitchen makes a stunning statement in this classic Cape Cod home. The layout, created by TriplePoint Design Build, allows for floor-to ceiling cabinets — some being glass-front cabinets. Built-in appliances and wine storage streamline the look.
Walls between the kitchen and hallway and the kitchen and dining room were removed, the range was moved and an island was added for family meals. “This family of four was thrilled to have their kitchen open out to the dining area with a large peninsula,” designer Anjie Cho reports.
Bathed in marble, this elegant, Mid-Century modern masterpiece is both stylish and functional. With several feet of counter space on either side of the range as well as a large kitchen island, meal prep and serving in this kitchen is a breeze. Storage is not a problem in this kitchen, either. With unique storage solutions like baseboard cabinets and a devices charging wall, it is easy to stay organized and plugged in. To complete the design, this kitchen has fun, modern artwork and gold accents to create this sophisticated space.
This galley kitchen incorporates traditional, white cabinetry with dark, wooden flooring to create beautiful contrast. With their parallel counters and lack of island, galley-style kitchens are uniquely designed for efficiency and practicality. A subtle dark accent line edges the white cabinetry, giving the kitchen an eye-catching detail.
Black soapstone countertops and muted light blue cabinets make for an unexpectedly sophisticated color combination. A pair of modern black dining chairs continue the color scheme into the breakfast area.
Back-lit fused glass provides a warm glow to contrast with the metal detail in contemporary kitchen. White cabinets are paired with black countertops, while a neutral stone backplash brings rustic texture to the space.
A sleek galley kitchen features marble countertops, streamlined cabinetry and glass subway tile. With a sunny breakfast nook at one end of the kitchen and wide-open great room at the other, the design of this New York apartment is oriented to take maximum advantage of the views outside the plethora of floor-to-ceiling windows.