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Get Your Galley Kitchen Done Right The advantages of a galley kitchen are numerous: economy of space, high utility for the busy cook, and easy access to all of your essentials. As the name suggests, the design originates on ships where the tight quarters of naval vessels demanded two basic work areas lined up. This streamlined concept developed a strong following, both in homes that demand maximum function from tight spaces and admirers of the commitment to usability.Related Topics:The Great Galley At A Glance: Kitchen LayoutsOther kitchen layout staples are more popular options in larger homes, but they aren’t possible...

Keeping America's favorite gathering place contemporary and invitingIt doesn’t matter what you plan at your home, gatherings ultimately end up in the kitchen at some point. It’s the room that seems to accommodate more family routines than any other, from making meals to doing homework; the kitchen is where it all happens. Make it as modem and accommodating as possible for your family and guests by getting the most out of it with the most recent emerging trends… The Sleek Slab Flat panel modern kitchen cabinets (“slab”) that are made of veneer wood have become quite popular in the last few years....

Maintaining efficiency despite constraints Most homeowners who have done a minimum of kitchen research know what the kitchen work triangle is. It’s a system that has been proven efficient, recognized as a standard method of working in the kitchen for over a hundred years. It was conceived first in Europe. But it wasn’t until the mid - 1900’s when kitchens were reimagined as one-person rooms removed from the rest of the home that the triangle was refined into the general layout that would go on to set the groundwork for future generations. Typically the framework contained only a range, sink and fridge....

A brief detail of kitchen styles Whether you’re buying a house, remodeling or redesigning your kitchen, or simply tweaking your existing design, it’s important to know the basics…U SHAPED-KITCHENS A design comprised of three walls lined by cabinets and appliances, the ‘U’ (also known as ‘C’) is commonly found in kitchens of limited space. It uses three walls, two of equal length and one shorter, that generally serve to separate the kitchen from other areas of the residence. The third wall and its additional cabinetry provide ample storage. Though a traditional design, it is no longer often employed in larger, newer homes.G...