Kitchen is the place where wizardry happens; where we formulate our meals. Furthermore, kitchens are the place where we congregate with our friends and family to sit around the dining table with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and chat. Out of all the rooms in a house, kitchen is the most frequented.
Here are few reasons why everyone should establish a modular kitchen in their house:
1. Visual Appeal: Modular kitchens have an appeal of artistic taste. They always come with a contemporary and elegant look and feel in them. For the ones who seek a sophisticated appearance of their house, then modular kitchen is always best.
2. Convocation of Components: Modular kitchens are made up of parts that can be assembled or dissembled according to will. That means they can be customised by selecting every single part of the kitchen individually and placing at preference.
3. Intelligent Use of Space: Modular kitchens are designed to be commodious and capacious with multi-utility value. It can be termed as most organised set up you come across as it is well thought and has a planned use of space.
4. Reformed Appliances: Modular kitchens are designed in such a way that appliances fit perfectly and form a whole unit altogether that means the appliances and the decor would match perfectly.
5. Convenience Factor: A modular kitchen with all its high technology appliances and equipments in hand make it very convenient making the whole process of cooking joyful rather than a chore.
Types of modular kitchens are described as follows:
1. Straight Modular Kitchen
The straight modular kitchen is compact, unobtrusive, and versatile and works for both small and large kitchen spaces. It is the most basic kitchen style in which whole kitchen is set in a straight wall and all the stuffs like sink, stove, fridge, etc, are in a straight wall.
2. L Shaped Modular Kitchen
The L shaped modular kitchen is small, compact, discreet very versatile, providing maximum storage. It 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.
3. U Shaped Modular Kitchen:
The U shaped modular kitchen fits into longer spaces, affords much storage and countertop space and is very versatile. It uses three walls of the kitchen for the set-up providing a lot of free space. 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.
4. Parallel Modular Kitchen
The Parallel modular kitchen is apt for longer rooms, lines with two opposite walls, affords plenty of room for movement and provides ample storage. It is a type where there are two long working areas set-up on two parallel walls. This type of kitchen can be divided into wet and dry zone areas and can be managed accordingly.
5. G Shaped Modular Kitchen:
Peninsula modular kitchens have well-defined boundaries, separate the cooking space, double up as dining spaces and offer plenty of storage. It has a free standing workspace that provides a secondary counter, work or entertainment area. Unlike an island, this peninsula is connected to the main workspace; making it accessible from three, rather than four sides.
6. Island Modular Kitchen:
An Island modular kitchen is versatile, helps in creation of separate storage and cooking spaces and has a contemporary look and feel. It 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.
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