Modular Kitchen is simply a modern and portable way to design your kitchen which makes the everyday kitchen tasks easier as compared to earlier days. But as the time changes, kitchen style has also evolved too. In the present time there is ample amount of space for the kitchen which helps you to organize things in a modish way.
Plenty Of Designs To Pick From
Straight Modular Kitchen idea is ideal for a smaller home that is looking to save on space. A
single- wall kitchen designed with a counter space on both sides of the cooking zone and is ideal for an open plan layouts. In straight kitchen layout facilities of drawers and cabinets are provided so that the kitchen appliances, cooking tools and cabinets can be easily accessed.
L-Shaped Modular Kitchen is designed for the kitchen with small space and is convenient to use. Classy and sleek give a spectacular experience of cooking. L-Shaped kitchen has designed appropriate storage cabinets which give enough space to keep food products, kitchen utensils etc. The design of this layout gives you sufficient space to keep a dining table in the kitchen.
U-Shaped Modular Kitchen layout is designed for the house with ample space available for the kitchen. A sufficient working triangle provides enough space for storage and working area.
The prominent part of u-shaped modular kitchen is it’s huge amount of counter-top which makes the cooking process easy and appliances can be easily grabbed
Parallel Modular Kitchen design grasps up the two kitchen platforms along with cabinets which are parallel to each other. It can be bifurcated into ‘dry’ and ‘wet’ workspace. Cabinets facilities are for both the top and bottom side of the kitchen which provide ample storage space. Though you can get space for preparing food, cooking and cleaning where no mess occurs, even if you have more people at the same time.
Island Modular Kitchen is a contemporary kitchen design. The design of this layout combines either a Straight line or L-Shaped kitchen with a separate island space. The island space can be used as a supplementary counter or breakfast zone. An island kitchen can be utilized as an extra counter space or dining table where the family gathers to cook, eat and help out in the kitchen.
G-Shaped Kitchen is a well-organised layout, which provides maximum storage space.
The G-Shaped kitchen is left open for extra lower cabinet storage and counter space more than any other layout. It provides a spacious counter top which is usable during the entire cooking process.