Step 2: Select your colour scheme
The ideal colour scheme for your kitchen layout should suit the size and shape of your room. To take the time and stress out of the colour selection process, we have chosen three colour schemes for your Galley kitchen project. Problem solved.
Galley Kitchen: Mid-Tone
With its narrow layout and overhead and parallel counters, the Galley kitchen makes the most of a small space, putting every inch to good use. Clean white walls teamed with cement-look benchtops open up the space, whilst timber-look cabinets draw the eye upwards making the space feel larger.
Natural tones and raw textures combine for an airy feel and contemporary edge
Form a base for these cement and oak look finishes teaming them with exposed brick. Enhance the closed-off kitchen wall with open shelving crafted in matching Tassie Oak for displaying kitchenware or decor. Finish the space with Bliss Shitake cabinetry interiors and wooden or cork flooring that taps into the oak look whilst creating effortless flow throughout.
Galley Kitchen: Light Tone
Light airy natural shades and organic textures bring a feeling of calm to a busy space.
A galley layout can be made to feel more spacious by matching light natural tones, like marble, with neutral shades. Add warmth to this colour scheme with overhead cabinetry in a light toned woodgrain like Sandy Birch and Doe Skin coloured cabinetry interiors. Complete the look with a timber floor that complements the Sandy Birch cabinets and adjacent areas in your home.
Galley Kitchen: Dark Tone
Dark confident colours teamed with muted metallics make a bold statement.
Generous sized benchtops make the most of the galley space and add a strong sense of style thanks to their luxurious looking Darkside Marble finish. Dark wooden floors, stainless steel handles and kickers in Brushed Silver perfectly complement this traditional kitchen’s materials and style.