One entry wall was demolished to enhance openness in the space, which is also boosted by the L-shaped bar at the end of the kitchen, drawing the kitchen space out of the galley itself and using some would-be underutilized living space as part of the kitchen. Two rows of high-end kitchen cabinets, each one 19 inches high, work to draw the eye upwards and away from the narrowness of the area. A close attention to design lines also works to enhance the visual width of the kitchen.
For the design, an existing brick wall in the space is embraced and enhanced by the use of laminate paired with white glass panels. The same white glass is brought into the backsplash. The overall structure and layout of the kitchen space were totally updated, enhancing ergonomics and making the kitchen inviting for entertaining guests.
Photographer © Wing Wong, Memories TTL