Galley kitchens are not usually at the top of the design wish list. Typically on the smaller side, they can be dark and often have limited counter space. The words “dream kitchen” don’t always come to mind. But just because these kitchens are on the petite side doesn’t mean they can’t also be beautiful. With the right materials, thoughtful design choices, and commitment to keeping clutter at bay, you, too, can have a lovely galley kitchen. Read on for our favorite examples and our tips for making the most of yours!
Restoration Hardware Metal Schoolhouse Side Chair ($149)
Padmas Plantation Salvaged Wood Dining Table ($1150)
E.F. Chapman Boston Functional Library Two Arm Wall Light ($420)
How do you deal with your petite kitchen? Tell us in the comments below!