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Tiny galley kitchen
October 20, 2013 in Design Dilemma
We're buying a 1960's Florida house that has a lot of charm but a tiny galley kitchen. This photo shows how there is a partial wall separating the kitchen from the front living room. I'm thinking to take the wall to the ceiling so there can be cabinetry above the fridge. Maybe on the living room side the cabinetry can be lit for decorative display. To the left in the kitchen photo, not seen, is the sink and stove and minimal counter space. Also to the left is a dining room that has nice wainscotting. I am thinking to open the upper wall between the kitchen and dining room so the wainscott is preserved but there can be a counter/bar above the splash guard of the sink. We need to maximize counter space and cabinetry but open up the space somehow. Any suggestions?