So, you’re figuring out a galley kitchen? No problem at all! These narrow cooking areas might seem like a challenge. But they’re actually super cool once you know how to work them. With a bit of clever thinking and some style know-how, you can turn that tight space into a kitchen that’s efficient and looks great, too.

With modern living pushing a lot of us into tinier spaces, ideas to use narrow spots sure do come in handy. We collected some pictures of some of these ‘Galley Kitchens’ for you. Scroll down to check them out below.

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Photo Courtesy: agi_at_59

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First off, let’s talk layout. The key here is to make sure everything you need is easy to get to while you’re cooking. Think about how you move around as you chop, stir, and sauté, and set up your kitchen so that everything flows smoothly. It’s all about making cooking feel like a breeze, not a chore.

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Photo Courtesy: joshuappickering

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But just because it’s functional doesn’t mean it can’t look good, right? You can totally mix up your kitchen area with some cool finishes and design touches. Whether you’re into sleek and modern or classic and cozy, there are tons of ways to give your kitchen some serious style points.

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Photo Courtesy: onceupona1912

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Oh, and let’s not forget about storage. In a galley kitchen, every inch of space counts, so make sure you’re making the most of it. Get creative with your cabinets and shelves, and don’t be afraid to use every nook and cranny to stash your stuff. With a little bit of planning and a whole lot of imagination, you can transform your kitchen into the coolest spot in the house.

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Photo Courtesy: VELUX Skylights America

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Photo Courtesy: Jason Briscoe

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Photo Courtesy: thomasloof

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