Galley kitchen – When building a kitchen extension, think about what you dislike about your current kitchen and fix these when building the extension. If your kitchen is too dark, use a lot of glass for expansion. If you need more storage space, design built-in storage and a larger work area. The possibilities are almost endless to design your kitchen extension.
12 Picture Gallery: Ideas for Galley Kitchen Extensions
Put in a lot of windows to make the most of daylight when building an extension. If your galley kitchen and extension overlook a private garden, you might want to use glass walls, which brighten the kitchen considerably and provide appealing views while cooking. Add a patio door to open the space in the garden, making the kitchen a winter garden. The glass walls give a sense of space, even expand the smallest kitchen.
Vintage and Modern Style
Build extension with enough space for a dining table, and make your galley kitchen in an open plan diner. Add the feeling of space and provide natural light with a glass roof. Use overhead storage for pots and pans for an extra vintage feel. For extension walls consider either glass or normal walls, depending on the space you want to create. Build a large open space for expansion and use gloss tiles for floors. Sharp white walls with one or two paintings add to the minimalist feel. The use of glass walls and ceilings adds natural light, which makes gloss on units stand out. Install a kitchen island by extension to break up space, and add extra space to cook.
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