Galley kitchens. Seattle is full of them. It’s a good thing there are plenty of options available for operating in straight spaces.
Important things to consider when designing a galley kitchen are aisle space, light and storage. It’s also important to make all points of the work triangle easily accessible.
At Vision Woodworks, we have over 12 years experience with Seattle kitchens. Let us take a look at what you have, your wants and space challenges. We’ll help you create a kitchen designed around you, giving you the best in functionality with the style you require.
Take a peak at how these kitchens achieved optimum efficiency and maximum storage.
Below: Made of madrone burl, this kitchen excels on beauty. A bay window at the end radiates light throughout. Cabinet storage space and counter space are both maximized.
Below: Placing the cooktop in a larger area gives this galley kitchen a feeling of openness. The refrigerator is hidden behind cabinetry panels, giving the kitchen a tidy look.
Below: Glass paneled cabinetry and pillars offer a grand entrance to this kitchen. With ample light, this kitchen has an open airy feeling. Cabinetry storage is maximized.