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The term “galley” describes a kitchen galley layout that is typically set up with two vertical aligned units facing each other to allow for extra storage in small quarters. Homeowners who choose this design are usually working with limited space, so it’s best not to include an island or table.
Instead, consider adding exposed lighting or drawing attention to your windows for your focal point.
In this kitchen, the fridge and dishwasher are concealed behind cabinetry to offer a streamline, organized look. Also, a perfect example of a two-tone kitchen done right, the light and dark colored cabinets compliment each other beautifully.
Also, the abundant aisle space makes this space beam with an open and airy feel.
In summary, the galley kitchen is a great option if you want to downsize to a smaller kitchen without sacrificing function and quality design.