How Do You Make A Galley Kitchen Look Bigger??

Hardwood floors installed lengthwise in a galley kitchen can make the room look bigger.

Placing the floor planks horizontally can give the space a smaller, “chopped up” look.

Light colored floors, especially those that match the walls and cabinetry, tend to make a narrow galley kitchen appear wider.

How much space do you need in a galley kitchen?

The width of a galley kitchen should be between seven to twelve feet with a minimum of three feet between opposing countertops. Three feet of walking space between countertops is a bare minimum and is best reserved for single occupancy kitchens. Four to five feet between countertops is optimal.

How much does a galley kitchen remodel cost?

Average Kitchen Remodel Cost

On average, a kitchen remodel costs $23,906 or $150 per square foot. Most homeowners spend between $12,794 and $35,439 or $75 to $250 per square foot. The total expense varies depending on the size of the space, the quality of materials, and whether you change the layout of the room.

What colors make kitchen look bigger?

1. Go wild with white paint. Because it reflects light, white paint can make your kitchen feel open and airy. Use similar white tones on kitchen cabinets and countertops, and camouflage bulky pieces like radiators by painting them the same color as the walls.

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