A well designed modular kitchen adds a fresh outlook to the style of your home. Custom furnish kitchens are aesthetically designed to fulfill individual needs and adapt to available space. Modular kitchen is the term used for modern kitchens that are designed and constructed in modules (sections), usually in standard sizes. These modules are assembled together forming cabinets resulting in a functionally designed kitchen. The modules can be easily installed without any mess in your kitchen. One can customize their modular kitchen as per the kitchen size and their kitchen requirements.
The Kitchen Specialist designs its modular kitchens on the principles of the Work Triangle. The Work Triangle identifies and divides your kitchen into three major zones - The Cooking Zone, The Cleaning Zone and The Storage Zone.
The Kitchen Specialist's modular kitchen designs are available in these five basic shapes:
Single-wall kitchen plan is ideal for smaller homes. In this layout all the storage, cooking and washing areas are designed along a single wall.
U OR C SHAPE KITCHEN
U or C-shape kitchen prevents kitchen working traffic and also provides three walls of storage with a huge counter space. Make sure that your U or C-shape kitchen is at least 9 feet away from the other side to provide the minimum 4 feet of working room needed in the center of the kitchen.
L SHAPE KITCHEN
L-shape kitchen has two planes meeting to form a 90 degree angle. The two adjacent walls in an L-shape kitchen form a natural Sleek Work Triangle. This plan offers flexibility in the arrangement of appliances, storage and uncluttered counter space. While remodelling your kitchen, keep in mind that the L-shape kitchen requires less space than the U or C-shape layout and is almost as efficient as the U or C-shaped kitchen.
The parallel kitchen layout divides the kitchen into 2 parallel counters. Parallel kitchen with this design are small and efficient, containing all essential items and appliances near you, which can be easily reachable too. Make sure there is a minimum of 4 feet space between the parallel counters.
Island kitchens have become a trend these days for the modern homemaker. Island Kitchen comes with many advantages, provided you have an open living plus dining room. Island kitchen has a planning that allows two or even three people to cook together at the same time. It also provides more preparation and storage space. The island kitchen not only benefits you functionally, but also adds an aesthetic charm that can change the whole appearance of your kitchen for the better.