Classic City Kitchen
a small galley kitchen opens up to the Dining Room in a 19th century Row House
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2. Paint cabinets the same colour as the wallsLimiting the cabinetry and the wall colour to a single hue erases visual boundaries that might stop the eye. The conventional school of thought is that pale colours will reflect light and make the space feel bigger, and that’s certainly a safe approach. But don’t be afraid to go dark, either. Deep tones such as black, navy, charcoal and chocolate recede visually and create the impression that the walls are farther back than they really are.Check out these kitchen cabinet colour palettes
4. U-shaped layoutsIdeal for: Wide enclosed spacesThis is among the most efficient options for small enclosed spaces, since one can place the hob, sink and refrigerator within easy reach of each other. A compact U-shape layout can still work even if you have breaks in the counter to make way for doorways.