Photo By: Jaime Solano Photography; Design By: Jennifer Allison
Gorgeous Galley Kitchen
KITCHEN, AFTER: The kitchen has completely new cabinets with plenty of storage, high-end appliances, granite countertops, a barn door and new hardwood floors. The kitchen opens up to the dining room, making this galley kitchen feel more like an eat-in kitchen.
Gorgeous White Galley Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson gave this once outdated galley kitchen a fresh updated with new white cabinets, white quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and bold gray stone floor tile. An extra 48 inches of counter space was added at each end; one side serving as a breakfast table for two and the other as a bar area for the patio beyond.
This kitchen was deserving of a fresh remodel. The vision for the space was to add volume, functionality & beauty. The cabinet layout was altered and transformed the space into a galley kitchen. The upper cabinets were lengthened, allowing the ceiling to be visually raised.
Transitional Kitchen with Shaker-style Cabinets and Slab Drawer Fronts
Reconsider your drawer style. Slab, or solid, drawer fronts often fit best into tight spaces and are cheaper than more ornate options. They also may work better in tighter spaces. This inspiration kitchen is by Monte Hewett Homes, a metro Atlanta builder.
Sleek dark cabinets, a stainless steel range hood and curved layout make this kitchen a real show-stopper. Large picture windows provide a stunning view of the lake and allow lots of natural light to fill the kitchen.
Shades of gray and white are used throughout the Brother Vs. Brother kitchen in the cabinets, countertops, backsplash and checkered flooring. A accent wall of navy blue brings a burst of color to the space.
In this galley kitchen, the colors from the bold wallpaper are repeated in the green wall paint and blue Ann Saks tile backsplash. The pattern's drama is balanced by sleek white Ikea cabinets, countertops and stainless steel hardware. Large copper pendants add warmth to the space and complement the room's jewel tones.
Butcher block counters are both stylish and functional, adding warmth and a cozy cottage look. A bohemian runner brings in muted color to the kitchen and also grounds the space. Rustic wood planks serve as sturdy open shelves for a trendy yet casual look.
This Brooklyn kitchen was so small it could only fit one. The owner wanted to be able to entertain in her kitchen and talk to guests while cooking. She also wanted more space for counters, kitchenware and – believe it or not – food.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new kitchen is located where the old, small living room previously was. The walls on the first floor have been removed, creating an open modern floor plan with views to both the living room and dining area. Updated kitchen cabinetry, new appliances, a decorative tile backsplash and the elongated central island make the new kitchen the center of life on the first floor. Finally, new window treatments, colorful pillows and updated recessed and pendant lighting give a modern and fun vibe throughout.
Dynamic Townhouse Kitchen Is Fabulously Functional
Form and function expertly combine in this stunning townhouse kitchen. A wall of steel-framed interior windows provides practical division between the kitchen and dining room while adding an architectural focal point to the home. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets maximize the kitchen's limited square footage, and a track ladder provides easy accessibility while adding another point of interest to the dynamic space.
Three contemporary-style pendant lights illuminate this kitchen's contrasting island that serves to moderate the white perimeter cabinetry while coordinating with the backsplashes on the outer walls. Neutral granite countertops give the room a cohesive look.
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.
This beautiful kitchen is dripping with style thanks to its many custom details such as the coffered ceiling and oversized kitchen island. An old-school library ladder allows access to the lighted storage cabinets above, making the most of the kitchen's galley layout.
Bright Contemporary Kitchen With Quartz Countertops
Designer Jennifer Allison shortened the height of the upper cabinets to improve sight lines, extended the peninsula and infused the kitchen with much lighter colors. Thermador appliances, Silestone counters, Houzer sink and Delta Touch-free faucet added to the modern flair.