White Traditional Galley Kitchen Is Open, Spacious
The stairway to a lower-level family room backs up to the traditional kitchen in this Brooklyn townhouse. A wide pass-through window opens up the space, bringing in lots of natural light and giving an airy feel to what could otherwise be a cramped galley kitchen.
Getting a high-end look in your kitchen is possible with a couple easy ideas. Taking cabinetry to the ceiling gives a kitchen a custom look, recessed lighting and stainless steel appliances finish the look.
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.
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.
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.
This small galley kitchen makes the most of its space by elongated the bar area and building its cabinets up to the ceiling. Compact appliances help keep the kitchen user friendly without having to sacrifice any function.
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.
This quaint kitchen exudes traditional style with wood cabinets, neutral stone countertops and wood floors. A charming breakfast nook is positioned underneath the large window, taking advantage of the room's natural light.
A long island doubles as an eating bar and ups the practical efficiency of the home's galley kitchen. In the main space, a gently curved ceiling draws the eye up and softens the precise angles of the cabinets and counters.
Traditional White and Blue Galley Kitchen with Tribal Artwork
This traditional white and blue galley kitchen features a stainless steel range and microwave, simple white cabinetry, sleek gray counters, and white subway tile. A unique tribal art piece adds visual interest to the space while stainless steel hardware helps anchor the white within the room.