4 Tips For Designing A Modular KitchenNovember 22, 2017
Modular kitchens are the whim and fancy among women folk when it comes to designing a kitchen. Gone are the days of bulky gas stoves, stacked utensils and bare racks that make the kitchen look cluttered. Elegancy and efficiency are now ushered into the kitchens with innovative modular designs. Modular kitchens utilise space to the maximum while also adding a contemporary touch to it.
Here are 4 tips for designing a modular kitchen in your home.
1. Cabinets and wall units
Perched on the wall, these units offer enough slots to store provisions and cutlery without interfering in the work space on the counter top. Wood, MDF, boiling water resistant plywood, etc. are preferred material for building kitchen cabinets.
2. Built-in gadgets
Electric appliances and gadgets like chimney hob, oven, dishwasher, etc. organised as built-in unit save space on the counter top while also making cooking easier. These built-in gadgets add a fancy touch to the kitchen without being bulky stand-outs.
3. Spice racks and storage units
An open or closed rack lends ease of access to frequently used spices and condiments. Storage unit options such as corner carousel units, vertical units, vegetable storage trays, etc. help manage cookware and provisions effectively within the available space.
4. Soft closing cabinet doors
Wall units and cabinets now come with soft closing or hydraulic hinges on the doors or drawers to provide easy pull and push solutions while accessing the contents inside. These hinges also ensure durability, safety and easy maintenance.
Ladder Kerala, one of the leading real estate builders of luxury apartments and flats for sale in Calicut offers premium living spaces equipped with the most-modern amenities in their flagship project Ladder Mankav Greens. Featuring modular kitchens with stain free vitrified flooring and granite-topped platform in their world-class apartments, it is ensured that only the best of quality living is provided.