This upscale, country-themed kitchen makes use of a red and yellow color palette to open up this long, galley-styled kitchen. Black is strategically placed throughout the space, with all colors of the room represented in the area rug.
Beaded detailing on the cabinet doors brings a traditional element to this bright and airy kitchen, while sleek, dark countertops and a whitewashed palette give it a dose of contemporary style. The designer extended the subway tile backsplash to the ceiling, another contemporary touch.
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.
Bright and Functional Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped and damaged kitchen is now a bright, modern hub with lots of extra storage. To maximize space, Sarah raised the ceiling a few inches and removed the wall that separated the kitchen from the living area. Beautiful white cabinets, cream flooring and stainless steel appliances continue the room's fresh, open feel.
Cooking dinner is easy and fun in this contemporary galley kitchen with sleek white cabinets, stone countertops and stainless steel appliances. The design makes the most of the compact space with plenty of prep space on the counters and storage in the cabinets. The unique pattern on the hardwood floors finishes off the room.
Open Concept Floor Plan Seamlessly Blends Kitchen and Dining Room Spaces
Before Brio Interior Designs renovated this couple's space, their home felt closed in. The rooms were small, and the house was dysfunctional and did not flow. However, the designers knocked down several walls, opening up the floor plan and adding functionality and flow. Thanks to the new open floor plan, the kitchen and dining room are seamlessly blended to give the space an elegant, appealing look.
The cooking center is at the heart of the kitchen with an induction cooktop and pop-out hood-vent above. Recessed lighting was added throughout the space and task areas were enhanced with under cabinet lights.
Galley Kitchen With Hardwood Floors and Recessed Lighting
Modern and traditional tastes blend together in this family-friendly galley kitchen. A custom bar at the opposite end of the room is a showstopping piece. The subtle, muted motifs in the marble tiles and wallpaper create low-volume texture around the kitchen.
One of the most popular countertop surfaces today, engineered quartz is versatile and durable. Its nearly endless range of color options allows you to visually tie an open kitchen to the surrounding living spaces, as designer Lori Dennis did here with dark blue tones in a kitchen by SoCalContractor.
White Cottage Kitchen With Gray Countertop, Tile Backsplash
Once dark and dated, the galley kitchen in this charming cottage home now gleams with a whitewashed paint treatment and luxurious finishes. White cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage space.
Bold, yellow contemporary cabinets and stainless steel stove appliance juxtapose nicely with the original pine flooring in this modern kitchen. The removal of a wall between the kitchen and dining room provides for a bigger spot to entertain.
The crisp white-and-gray decor of this galley kitchen allows lots of room for bright pops of color in the accessories, like the yellow tea kettle and turquoise dish towel. The gray tile backsplash is both efficient and sophisticated.