noun ( pl. -leys)
1 historical a low, flat ship with one or more sails and up to three banks of oars, chiefly used for warfare, trade, and piracy.
• a long rowboat used as a ship's boat.
2 the kitchen in a ship or aircraft.
3 (also galley proof) a printer's proof in the form of long single-column strips, not in sheets or pages. [ORIGIN: galley from French galée denoting an oblong tray for holding setup type.]
ORIGIN Middle English : via Old Frenchfrom medieval Latin galea, from medieval Greek galaia, of unknown origin.
Ok, now that we've settled that... here are some ideas for my galley kitchen remodel:
Love the freshness of mint green & this use of space is awesome.
This little breakfast nook is killer.
Can't wait for my walk-in pantry.