Today’s small galley kitchen proves you don’t have to have a ton of space and lots of money to create a well-designed and beautiful meal prep space. Every square inch is used thoughtfully and several details work together to provide unique appeal.
A vintage style stove above is a focal point in this cute kitchen with clean lines. Soft gray Shaker cabinets add a bit of interest and class. Light wood counter tops mimic the tone of wood flooring. Your eye is naturally drawn to the turquoise Dutch door at the kitchen’s end.
Greenish-blue paint colors the vaulted ceiling that creates the feel of spaciousness in a tiny foot print of a room. A corner window at the end of the small galley kitchen allows your eye to continue to the outdoors, which also creates the allusion of spaciousness.
The corner window provides great views while working at the sink, and the little shelf lends a spot for plants and decorative items.
Open shelving looks lighter and creates the appearance of a larger room than if cabinets had been placed here. There’s plenty of space for storing dishes and glasses. A small window above the shelves allows more light to flood the room.
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