Artist's Loft Modern Kitchen, New York
Inspiration for a modern galley kitchen remodel in New York with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets and blue cabinets — Houzz
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Jennifer Ott Design added this to
Now this fun aqua and leafy-green galley kitchen is anything but soft and muted! These are intense colors, but they work here because the kitchen appears to get a good amount of natural light from windows, reflecting off the white floor, countertop, walls and ceiling.
Laura Gaskill added this to
6. Two bold hues. Why stop with one bold color when you can have two? Choose one hue for the upper cabinets and another for the lowers, or do most of the cabinets in one hue and just one set in another color for contrast. Match the intensity across hues — pair lime green with bright turquoise, for instance, or pale lemon with soft spring green.
LWK Kitchens London added this to
5. Work with a galley corridor. Depending on the layout of your home, galley kitchens may or may not be closed off at one end. If the far end leads to another room or the garden, it will see heavy traffic because it will become a thoroughfare.Depending on the number of people in your household, this may not be a problem, but if you have small children or pets, you won’t want them charging through the kitchen while you’re holding a sharp knife or a pan of boiling water. You can enhance the safety of your layout — particularly where the corridor is very narrow — by planning your kitchen with the sink and cooktop on the same run. Though less efficient than having those features opposite each other, this arrangement focuses your appliances in one area, so you won’t have to turn to the opposing run with potentially dangerous items in your hands.
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Kitchen Inspiration 2 Ching's term: Opening in a plane Elements I like: Turquoise and green tones Galley kitchen
Emma Corbett added this to
This is an example of split complementary. The colors used are blue-green, yellow-green, and red. Red can make you feel passion, and energetic. Blue-green makes you feel stability and serenity. Yellow-green makes you feel growth and strength. This is slpit complementary because one color, red, is using its opposites colors beside of it.