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Modern Galley Kitchen With White Matte Lacquered Cabinets
Sleek, white lacquered cabinets are paired with charcoal gray floor tiles and a black butcher block island in this galley kitchen. Floating black wood shelves display kitchen necessities, while a stainless steel countertop and backsplash make food preparation and cleanup a cinch.
The crisp, white galley kitchen in this Austin, TX, home features a sleek marble-topped island with maximum storage. The stacked oven and warming drawer is surrounded by white oak cabinetry that leads over to the gas range and hood.
Designers wanted to create a bright, open space for the homeowners, but the second wall in the kitchen was load bearing, so instead of taking it out, they maximized the kitchen's functional space by adding shelves for storage and display space and lower cabinets for counter space. To keep the space bright, under cabinet lighting was added, as well as a row of pendant lights running down the middle of the space.
A nearby large open window creates a light, breezy feeling throughout this modern galley kitchen. Brown cabinets provide storage room, while a matching breakfast bar creates the perfect spot for casual ding. White stools with blue and white striped upholstered cushions line the bar,
Modern White and Light Gray Galley Kitchen Makeover
This kitchen makeover included new white Shaker cabinets and sleek, glossy white countertops. The designer removed the drop ceiling to open up the space and added a light gray and white backsplash for a splash of muted color. New stainless steel appliances and a brown ceramic tile floor finish off the overall look.
This long galley kitchen with a wood-crowned island relies on natural lighting to illuminate the workspace. Parallel to the dining and living areas, it's ideal for hosting a party or having a family dinner. Thickly insulated cedar walls contain a concrete core that also helps reduce noise and keep the space quiet.
Designer Tyler Karu added a bright paint stripe on the brick wall so that the exposed brick doesn't feel too overwhelming. The rustic mirror is from Portland Architectural Salvage, and he chose a marble subway tile from Home Depot for the backsplash.
An accordion-style sliding door makes this galley kitchen — what would normally be a narrow kitchen — seem spacious. The walnut used in the cabinets, floors and island is "forest free" and harvested mostly from fallen trees.
This long, galley-style kitchen is given extra space with an 18-foot-long accordion-style folding glass door. This photo was actually taken outside in the side yard thanks to the open door. The vent hood could not be accommodated in the stone wall, so an island vent hood was used despite the range being on the wall.