Black and White Galley Kitchen With Glass Lantern Pendant
Designer Nathalie Tremblay maximized space in this 1960s bungalow galley kitchen with a 24-inch-deep refrigerator/freezer for better traffic flow, created a work "triangle" despite the corridor-like shape of the actual space, and chose a simple, black-and-white palette to keep visual clutter to a minimum.
Wide paths on either side of the island make this galley kitchen highly functional. In the renovation, chef-grade appliances were added, including a wine refrigerator. Gray quartz countertops are in keeping with the rest of the floor's light gray palette.
Urban Black and White Galley Kitchen with Seamless Cabinets
This urban black and white kitchen features a large black drop-in sink, seamless white finger groove cabinets, electric range, double oven, black and white roll down shade, natural wood floors and glass door leading to patio
High ceilings and modern, white tones make the galley kitchen in this Austin, TX urban home a place for gathering. With lots of recessed lighting, plenty of white oak cabinets for storage and a large marble island, guests won't have any trouble moving around the space preparing for a dinner party.
Sleek Modern Galley Kitchen With Glossy Floor Tiles
High ceilings and glossy floor tiles make up this contemporary penthouse kitchen in Paradiso, Switzerland. The galley kitchen space offers views to the lush landscaping outside through the glass doors, with sleek high-end appliances inside and seating for two.
This elongated 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.
This home in Houston, TX, features a long, galley-style kitchen with white cabinets and dark marble countertop. White oak hardwood flooring keeps the space light and compliments the all-white color palette.
Galley Kitchen in Streamlined, Light-Filled Apartment
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.
This 1920s farmhouse kitchen keeps lighting simple and minimal, as reminiscent of its history. Made-over with all new furniture and appliances, it's able to keep its historic feel with simple decoration, a small storage table and original floors.
Traditional Galley Kitchen with Cabinetry and Dining Area
This newly renovated traditional galley kitchen, featured in HGTV Design Star, is done in warm brown tones and contrasting white countertops. The long kitchen leads to a bright dining space in green and white.