This white, contemporary galley kitchen is compact, but designed for maximum style and function. While undertaking a total remodel, the client insisted on keeping the kitchen's existing footprint because it was inherit to the character of the house. To open it up, the design team removed a partition between the kitchen and laundry area. A mix of walnut and white cabinets, along with a wall of floating shelves, keeps the space young and current.
Despite its size, this small apartment boasts a sophisticated galley kitchen packed with top-of-the-line amenities. Glass-front doors keep the cabinetry from weighing down the space, while a teal runner points to the eclectic living room just beyond the fridge.
Galley Kitchen With Glass, Stone and Dark Wenge Wood
This contemporary remodeled space squeezed a lot of design elements into a small galley kitchen. A mixture of glass, stone and dark wenge stained wood makes for an exciting backdrop framing the beautiful Chicago skyline.
To give the homeowners a secondary dining area, designers added a small kitchen table to the end of the island. Designers used the chairs the homeowners had already and mixed them with funky lighting and a vintage buffet that was refinished in a royal blue to add a pop of color to the space.
This kitchen is the epitome of sleek and modern. The space features stainless steel appliances and cabinetry, hardwood floors and monochromatic countertops. The light fixture and frosted glass upper cabinets also give the kitchen a futuristic feel. Design by Andreas Charalambous
Gray Kitchen With White Tile Backsplash and Orange Accents
Complete remodel of a dark and boring kitchen to a timeless kitchen with a pop of color! The homeowner was a graphic designer who's not afraid of color - but wanted a timeless kitchen. The subtle pop of orange in the window frames and glass cabinets was a way to give this kitchen a pop - without making it out of style.
A Sophisticated, White Kitchen with Traditional Panache
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.
Known for her super luxe, traditional spaces, design diva Candice Olson focused on function as well as form when designing this long galley-style kitchen for a busy family of four. She chose white wall cabinets to keep the space bright but decided on a dark stain for the island to break things up. Gray, gold and black linoleum floor tiles add a playful touch and echo the colors found in the glass tile backsplash.
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.
Navy and White Transitional Kitchen With Stainless Steel Refrigerator
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.