Galley kitchens are often a necessity decided by a building’s layout. However, galleys are still popular by choice – especially when simple design tips are followed.

Classic galley kitchen designs will often combine lighting with glossy cabinets and splashbacks to generate reflections, or use external windows to create a focal point around which the design can be built.

Good design can combine all the galley’s space-saving qualities with a style and class that opens up the galley and enhances its sense of space. Check out some of our real-life examples here!


6 Classic galley kitchen designs

Broadoak Natural
Broadoak Painted
Milton Oak
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Cornell Classic
Avilon

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