If you’re planning a galley kitchen in a small space, consider integrated appliances for unbroken cabinetry that extends the length of the kitchen, creating the illusion of space. Choosing lighter colours can also help make the space feel larger, while using modern storage solutions inside your cabinets and drawers will help a small galley kitchen stay organised and uncluttered.
Add an island bench
For a twist on the galley layout, turn one of the walls into an island for a more entertainer-friendly update on the classic design.
Arranging appliances for functional flow
A galley kitchen that is open on both sides as shown, rather than just on one end (add a fridge here). while having the cooktop and sink located on the same wall keeps the messiest part of the kitchen close to the cleanup area.
Modern Styling - Michael and Carlene used contrasting colours in their galley kitchen for impact. View gallery
Classic white shaker - Classic cabinetry and island bench combination that will never go out of style. View gallery
Bold and beautiful - Alisa and Lysandra’s modern galley kitchen used dark tones to create a style statement. View gallery
The L-shaped kitchen is suitable for smaller spaces as it allows for more open space between working areas within the kitchen. Learn more
The U-shaped kitchen is suitable for larger kitchen spaces and is a great option for families who spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Learn more