Home Inspiration: Galley Kitchens
If you ask most people what their least favourite type of kitchen is, I’d wager that long, narrow galley styles would be the answer. Galleys abound where I live in the UK; they’re the norm in all the Victorian terrace houses around here. Personally I much prefer a large, open-plan room, but it’s not always possible to have that in every house. Luckily, it is possible to have a beautiful, modern galley-style kitchen, as the following spaces show.
I’ve always liked the floor in this kitchen, which I found at Brown Button. The horizontal stripes make the space feel wider, and are a nice take on the retro checkerboard look:
Sleek design makes the most of the available space in this modern galley, from Living etc:
You can’t see the other side of this kitchen, from Canadian House & Home, but I like what I do see. The quirky objects and bright touches bring character to the minimalist design:
This shorter, mini-galley is modern and pristine. I found it on Apartment Therapy and loved the open shelving and calming colours:
Also from Apartment Therapy, this kitchen is cheerful and traditional. I love the ceiling-height units, and all the bright touches:
I think the pale, soothing colour of the units in this kitchen from house to home create more space, as do the curved countertops: