Faux-finished wood cabinets add warmth to this small kitchen. A white subway tile backsplash and neutral countertops contrast the dark cabinets to keep the space feeling bright and open. Stainless steel accents, such as the sink, refrigerator and track lighting, reflect light to create a visually larger space.
The metal and glass hood and the expanded lower cabinets below the Thermador cooktop make it the focal point of this transitional kitchen. The tile backsplash repeats the neutral, granite counter-top color scheme and gives the space a contemporary feel.
This simple galley kitchen, well-lit and equipped with generous white cabinets, dark stone countertops and dark-stained hardwood floors, offers a clean, no-nonsense approach to kitchen design. The space is not lavish, but is practical and well suited for cooking and prep.
This pretty kitchen has a galley layout, but it's wide which keeps the space from feeling cramped. Crisp white cabinets and reflective surfaces like the stainless refrigerator and pendants contribute to the room's open and bright look.
Designer Kathie Chrisicos updated this Manhattan high-rise kitchen using a soft color palette in green and white to suggest a delicate and airy sensibility. The soft greenish-blue tones on the Roman shade, backsplash and countertop add just the right hint of color to the beautiful white cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances complete the room's serene and elegant design.
Transitional Galley Kitchen With White Marble Countertops
Meticulously crafted cabinets, thick slabs of marble, reflective glass and stainless-steel surfaces and create a workspace that functions well for serious cooks — or cocktails only. Smart storage like the floor-to-ceiling cabinets keeps it clutter-free.
Bold Orange Accents in Transitional White Galley Kitchen
This remodeled kitchen was once dark and boring, but not anymore. Now, the homeowners can enjoy a timeless kitchen with a pop of color! 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 large galley kitchen makes a stunning statement in this classic Cape Cod home. The layout, created by TriplePoint Design Build, allows for floor-to ceiling cabinets — some being glass-front cabinets. Built-in appliances and wine storage streamline the look.
TriplePoint Design Build remodeled this Cape Cod kitchen with an eye on extra storage space for the homeowner. White wood cabinetry, granite countertops, a tile backsplash and contemporary pendant lights give the room an expansive feel without sacrificing any of its stylish charm.
Three contemporary-style pendant lights illuminate this kitchen's contrasting island that serves to moderate the white perimeter cabinetry while coordinating with the backsplashes on the outer walls. Neutral granite countertops give the room a cohesive look.
Galley Kitchen With Wood Cabinets and White Counters
Wooden cabinets warm up this space and provide ample storage while solid white countertops keep the room bright. Cheerful green accessories add character and connect the kitchen to the adjacent green dining space.
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.