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  • The first step to buying a modular kitchen is understanding the available space completely.
  • Remember the kitchen triangle concept to consider movement between the stove, sink and refrigerator for a smooth flow.
  • It is important to plan your electrical fixtures smartly, depending on your needed appliances.
  • Lastly, make the best use of available space with organisers for your household items.
The best modular kitchen designs are L-shaped and parallel kitchens.
  1. L-shaped kitchens are one of the best-selling kitchen layouts. This design offers an easy and efficient workspace. It allows appliances and cabinets to be installed along right-angled walls with an open area in the centre. This makes it a great choice for small kitchens or open-plan spaces where you wish to add an island.
  2. Parallel (Galley) layout works well in small spaces as they only require one to two metres between each side and provide ample storage. It is also easy to create a working triangle in this layout, where your sink, refrigeration and oven are within easy reach, making a busy kitchen easier to navigate.

There are plenty of ways to accessorize your kitchen to increase storage:

  1. Use the wall tiling space to add midway accessories that stack your spices, cutlery, paper napkin & foil dispenser.
  2. Move your non-essential vessels to the loft space.
  3. Add drawers for easy access and organizing. Oil pull-outs and corner accessories such as carousel, magic corner, and lemans corner utilize kitchen spaces optimally.
  4. Install tall units with basket storage to organize essentials like cereals, pulses etc.

 

PVC is not good for kitchen cabinets since it is made of plastic, and plastic does not do well at high temperatures. But, it is widely used as a skirting material for kitchen base units due to its water-resistant capability.

A modular kitchen should have the following accessories:
  1. Drawers – wire baskets, cutlery organisers, tandem drawers
  2. Oil pull-outs
  3. Corner units – carousel, magic corner, lemans corner
  4. Tall units with basket storage to help organise essentials like cereals, pulses etc

The units of a modular kitchen are:

  1. Kitchen base units – below the counter
  2. Kitchen wall units – overhead storage
  3. Tall units – groceries, syrups etc
  4. Kitchen sink units – detergent holder, dustbins
  5. Tall units – built-in appliances
  6. Hob units

The appliances of a modular kitchen include

  1. Sink
  2. Hob or cooktop for cooking
  3. Chimney (advisable to control kitchen smoke)
  4. other appliances such as oven, microwave, dishwasher, fryer – depending on what you need.

A modular kitchen typically costs anywhere from Rs 1 lakh to 5 lakhs, depending on your choices. The price depends on certain factors, such as the size of the kitchen, cabinet material and finish, accessories, and appliances.

Non-Standard Modules (cost may be substantially higher than modular/standard solutions).

  1. Size of the kitchen
  2. Cabinet material and finish
  3. Accessories
  4. Appliances

You can get an estimation from our expert team.

A modular kitchen typically costs anywhere from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakhs, depending on your choices. The price depends on certain factors such as:

  1. Size of the kitchen
  2. Cabinet material and finish
  3. Accessories
  4. Appliances

You can get an estimation from our expert design team.

To conclude, a modular kitchen can cost Rs. 1.3 Lacs to 4.5 lacs or more depending on the primary material, finish accessories, etc.

The galley kitchen is the most efficient layout for a narrow space. It consists of workspaces on two opposing walls with a single traffic lane between them. Placing the range or cooktop on one side of the kitchen and the refrigerator and sink on the opposite wall allows for easy workflow.

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The six most common modular kitchen layouts are the L-Shaped, Straight Line, U-Shaped, Parallel or Galley, Island and Peninsula – each of these has its advantages. It makes use of the work triangle differently.

A modular kitchen has pre-manufactured cabinets and accessories that fit together to suit the dimensions of your kitchen. The cabinets come in standardized sizes and are available in different pre-determined styles.

If you can organize your kitchen, you can organize your life.

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