Galley Kitchen

Well, there’s not a whole lot to this galley kitchen. I wasn’t sure if I’d like having such a teeny tiny space but it’s really convenient and easy to use. We worked on this space in stages, first just trying to make it “livable” by tearing a few things out and getting some new lighting in and then finally in September 2011 doing a total tear out and remodel.  The custom cabinets and beautiful quartz counters have changed my life!   We couldn’t be happier with the final results.

You can see more on the entire remodel process by clicking HERE!  Enjoy.

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11 thoughts on “Galley Kitchen

    1. Stacey Post author

      Oh thank you! I’m so happy to have that project behind me. My husband is equally glad to have me in the kitchen! HA HA HA!

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  1. Pam

    Again I am so impressed with your house. My daughter(Lindsey) who I share our blog with, is into mid-century modern. She has to see yours. It’s so good to see such a great example of mid-century modern. Very impressive. I am cottage design, but love mid-century.

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    1. admin Post author

      Thank you Pam! I’m so happy you took the time to visit. Your blog is really great and it’s so cool that you and Linsey are working on it together. I do enjoy the process and the creativity blogging allows….so to do it with your daughter must be a blast! Both of you have beautiful homes and you’re doing amazing things with “magazine worth” results. GOOD FOR YOU! We do love mid-century but my taste is all over the place. I’m a sucker for pretty things no matter what the style or era. Our last house was a 1924 historic home that wasn’t mid-century at all (of course we kind of turned it into one on the inside). Having a home that needs love seems to be our thing. We are enjoying the opportunity to bring this one back to life. Thanks again, Pam!

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  2. Danielle

    Wow…. this is gorgeous! I love the way you guys updated everything but stayed so true to the period. What was there before was cool, but clearly needed help.

    When we get to choosing countertops, I’ll be picking your brain more. Thanks for the reference.

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    1. Stacey Post author

      Hi Taylor! Thank you so much for stopping by. After living with such a terrible kitchen for over a year we were so excited to finally get this project done. It’s a tiny little space but I’m happy with the results. Kitchens are tough! So many decisions for such a small space.

      Good-e ideas! (LOVE THAT!) I’m glad it may have given you a few. Please come back anytime and I’ll do the same for you. THANKS TAYLOR!

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