Modular Kitchen consists of small cabinet or modules which are accumulated together to form a complete kitchen. Modular kitchen is contemporary concept of kitchen which comprises drawers, cabinets & shelves organized in a manner that saves up on a lot of space.
Some Features of Modular Kitchen:
- Flaunt it: Modular kitchen adds beauty to your home. The cabinets and other accessories are available in different styles, colors and patterns that you can choose from.
- Easy to clean and maintain: Many people have notions that modular kitchens require heavy maintenance. But in comparison to traditional kitchens, the cleaning and maintenance of modular kitchens are very simple and easy.
- Convenience: Modular kitchens offer a clutter-free and highly organized space to work freely.
- Flexibility: Most modular kitchens are easy to assemble, so it may be easy to carry it along with you when moving to a new place.
Style of Kitchens:
- 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 stuff like stove, fridge, sink 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 is most of the cases in 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 wall.