Galley Kitchen Designs: Pros and Cons
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Having a Galley Kitchen Design to your home will add an efficient and functional design for cooking, the galley-style kitchen has two parallel long benches housing cooking appliances, sink, benchspace and cabinetry. Here are some of its advantages and disadvantages that might help you think what would be the best design to your kitchen.
• This kitchen style is common in older homes and works well in narrow houses or period-style apartments.
• It’s a functional-style kitchen that’s great in small spaces as it doesn’t take up a lot of space.
• This design makes use of all available space in the room (no corners).
• To add a social element, one wall could be removed so one side appears like an island bench (if your budget allows).
• This is not a social/entertainer’s kitchen as it’s narrow and not suited to open-plan living.
• There’s no room for a dining table as part of the kitchen zone.
• For some home cooks, this kitchen can feel closed in.
If you want to have the perfect galley kitchen design to your kitchen, call Kellyville Kitchens today.