Single Row Galley Kitchens

Single Row Galley Kitchen layouts are space efficient designs that combine kitchen fixtures into a single optimized linear bar. Similar to Two Row Galley Kitchens, Single Row Galley Kitchens require an adjacent zone for user access.

A clearance width between 4’-6’ (1.2-1.8 m) should be provided in front of a Single Row Galley Kitchen to provide sufficient access to the kitchen equipment. Single Row Galley Kitchens have linear lengths that range from 7’-12.5’ (2.1-3.8 m) and should be planned with an overall area of roughly 75 ft2 (7 m2).

What is a Galley Kitchen layout?
Galley Kitchens are kitchen layouts that combine the various forms of kitchen fixtures into efficient linear bars. Galley kitchen layouts can be designed as single row or double rows and require a clear space or corridor for user access.
How much clearance is required in front of a Single Row Galley Kitchen?
A clearance width between 4’-6’ | 1.2-1.8 m should be provided in front of a Single Row Galley Kitchen to provide sufficient access to the kitchen equipment.
How big is a Single Row Galley Kitchen?
Single Row Galley Kitchens should be sized with an area of roughly 75 ft2 | 7 m2. Galley kitchens commonly have a linear length of 7’-12.5’ | 2.1-3.8 m with a clearance width that varies between 4’-6’ | 1.2-1.8 m.


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Length: 12’6” | 3.81 m
Counter Depth: 2’ | .61 m
Total Depth: 6’ | 1.83 m
Clearance: 4’ | 1.22 m minimum
Area: 75 ft2 | 7 m2

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Galley | Single Row Kitchen plan

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Kitchen layouts are designed to adapt to many floor planning scenarios and can be adjusted accordingly. These standard types of kitchen layouts offer flexibility around your spatial and structural constraints while meeting the standard proportions and sizes of the kitchen fixtures themselves.