Cedar Cabinets Make Galley Kitchen Gleam

Light cedar cabinets help reflect light and make this galley kitchen feel larger and more open than it is. FINNE Architects created a contemporary design scheme that includes not only striking wood surfaces, but eye-catching mosaic tile and playful features like the puzzle-esque countertop and pocket door.

©Benjamin Benschneider

©Benjamin Benschneider

©Benjamin Benschneider

©Benjamin Benschneider

©Benjamin Benschneider

Contemporary Galley Kitchen Features Cedar Cabinets

Alaskan yellow cedar cabinets pair with limestone and black walnut countertops in this contemporary kitchen. Built-in shelves display decorative vases.

Contemporary Galley Kitchen With Cedar Cabinets

Alaskan yellow cedar cabinets pair with limestone and black walnut countertops in this contemporary galley kitchen. Light hardwood floors keep the space bright and inviting.

Frosted-Glass Sliding Door Provides Access to Kitchen

This L-shaped frosted-glass and wood sliding door separates the contemporary kitchen from the dining area to offer a level of privacy.

Comfy Window Seat in Contemporary Kitchen

A gray cushioned window seat provides a comfy spot to sit and relax in this contemporary kitchen. A trio of pendant lights and natural light streaming in from the window keep the space feeling open.

Two-Toned Kitchen Countertop

A two-toned kitchen countertop fits together like a puzzle piece. The neutral, brown and white mosaic tile backsplash adds depth and visual interest to the space.

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