If you’ve got a rather narrow walkway in your galley kitchen then throwing a rug down can add some cosiness and make the room feel more tied together with less space. We also love how this kitchen uses downlight under the wall cabinets to maximise light and use every inch of surface space to its full potential. Flow is everything when it comes to the perfect galley kitchen and odd appliances or whitewoods sticking out can disrupt the harmony of two parallel cabinets so try integrating them if possible. The better the flow in your cabinetry, the more cohesive a space looks so your galley kitchen will use space really well and look as impressive as can be.
Without any drastic aesthetic change – the old Delft tiles above the sink survived – this Oxfordshire cottage kitchen just works and looks better thanks to Colefax designer Emma Burns. Emma brought … Read More