Galley kitchens are an example of good things in small packages. 
Bigger is better when you’re measuring diamonds but not kitchens.  When the use of space is used efficiently, this small style kitchen can pack a big punch.

Clean lines work best in galley kitchens.  One trait is vertical cabinetry – typically reaching the ceiling; otherwise, it is a waste of space.  Note the double upper cabinets in the above kitchen.
I love the mix of cabinetry in the above modern kitchen.  The attention to detail is exquisite!  I especially admire the marble flooring, tile back splash, and inset on the white cabinets.  That is one advantage of smaller kitchens – most clients opt to customize more as they can get more bang for their buck.
Concealing the refrigerator and dishwasher behind panels creates a seamless look and the glass cabinets visually expand.  The above configuration offers plenty of counter space.
Large doors and windows and high ceilings give the illusion of a larger space.  How beautiful is the ceiling?  If you can stop staring at the amazing view.
xoxo, B

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  1. Tovah11 says:

    Oh my gosh, that final picture of the kitchen overlooking that view is phoenomenal.

    The others look rather drab and unappealing, which is good because I'd probably eat less in them, lol.


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