Modular Kitchen

Modular kitchen is a new and innovative step over the traditional kitchen, which makes the everyday kitchen tasks easy with its functionality and durability. The modular kitchen focuses chiefly on convenience, space utilisation, and utility value. For a modular kitchen, you don’t need to think about the space, either small or large space its suit for every size of the kitchen. The reason is a modern kitchen has lots of features according to your needs.

Modular kitchens are pre-made or ready-made kitchen cabinets which means that your kitchen is made up of several modules or units. They are reassembled according to the space, usage and needs of the user so that if there is any damage, only that particular unit has to be repaired or replaced!

Modular kitchen cabinet sets come in different styles, shapes and sizes depending on customer requirements. They can combine baskets, cabinets, ovens, chimneys, sliding doors, shutter systems, corner units and much more!

Now we move into the various layouts:

Straight Kitchen

A Straight Kitchen is the most basic kitchen style. In a Straight Kitchen, the whole kitchen is set in a straight wall and all the stuffs like sink, stove, fridge, etc, are in a straight wall.

Island Kitchen

Island Kitchen is the most popular and most fashionable in today’s era. An Island Kitchen has a breakfast table in the kitchen itself and placed in the centre due to which it is called an Island Kitchen.

U-Shaped Kitchen

U Shaped Kitchen uses three walls of the kitchen for the set-up. Under this type of kitchen usually the smallest wall carries the stove, which in most of the cases is the wall between two parallel walls. You get a plenty of storage space in this type of kitchen style.

L-Shaped Kitchen

This is the most commonly used layout in kitchen and it suits best for small homes. Under this layout, the kitchen is in L shape, which means that the kitchen set-up is on two walls of a kitchen and usually the stove is placed on either of the walls.

Dining Kitchen

A Dining Kitchen is same as an Island Kitchen. The basic difference between these two is that an Island Kitchen has a small breakfast table in the middle of the Kitchen whereas a Dining Kitchen has a Dining Table in the kitchen itself not necessarily in the middle of the kitchen.

Open Plan Kitchen

Open Plan Kitchen are set-ups which are used now-a-days in big bungalows. These kitchens are a part of living room itself and accompanied with a dining table too.