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Modular Kitchen

Modular Kitchens are the order of the day in an era that focuses on convenience, space economy and utility value. Our Modular Kitchens cater to these requirements as they are combinations of futuristic features put together into a compact format. These are tailored to suit the customer’s requirement in terms of their building, applications, durability, usage and elegance.

Modular Kitchen types

  • L-shape
  • U-Shape
  • Straight line
  • Island

L-Shape kitchen

The L-shaped kitchen layout is one of the standard kitchen layouts that decades of ergonomic research developed.This layout is one of the most popular and versatile kitchen layouts.

The L-shaped kitchen consists of work space on two adjoining walls perpendicular to each other. There are no traffic lanes flowing through the work area. It is best to elongate one leg over 12-15 feet. You will need to divide that elongated leg into different work sites for efficient use.

L-Shaped Kitchen Benefits

  • Great for corner space.
  • Efficient for a small and medium kitchen space.
  • Can adjust to any length.
  • Can easily divide the kitchen into multiple work sites.
  • Eating space (i.e. table & chairs) can easily be added to this layout.

U shape kitchen

The U-shaped kitchen layout is one of the basic kitchen layouts that decades of ergonomic research developed. The U-shaped kitchen layout is a useful and versatile layout for a small, medium or large kitchen. A U-shaped kitchen consists of work space on three adjoining walls, two parallel walls perpendicular to the third. There are no traffic lanes flowing through the work area. The base of the U-shaped kitchen is best when it is 10-18 feet wide.

A U-shaped kitchen can have legs as long as you want. You will need to divide that elongated leg into different work sites for efficient use.

U-Shaped Kitchen Benefits

Efficient for a small, medium or large kitchen space can easily divide the kitchen into multiple work sites.

Straight line kitchen

The galley or corridor kitchen layout is a standard kitchen layout suitable for small rectangular spaces.

A galley kitchen can be any length by dividing the kitchen into multiple work zones. The length of a work zone in a galley kitchen (such as the work triangle) should be a maximum of 8 feet the width of a galley kitchen should be between 7 to 12 feet with a minimum of 3 feet between countertopsand

3 feet between counter tops is tight and is best reserved for single occupancy kitchens 4 to 5 feet between countertops is optimal.

Two countertops on opposing walls at the optimal countertop height Countertops should be of relatively equal length for maximum working surface Cabinets, optimal cabinet heights should be used unless special considerations exist. Base cabinets should be a minimum of 24-inches deep and have an adequate toe kick. Upper cabinets should be used where additional storage space is needed no upper cabinets should be placed above the sink work triangle.

The traditional kitchen work triangle should be an equilateral triangle, It should have one element on one wall roughly cantered between the other two elements on the opposite wall.

A side-by-side refrigerator can be used as the central element.

A standard refrigerator should only be placed on the wall with two elements the hinge should be placed on the outside corner of the triangle so that refrigerator can be opened from the centre of the triangle.

If the work triangle is thin, the centre element should be placed off thecentre away from the refrigerator to allow more space for it to open. Other Considerations having the kitchen open at both ends creates a through traffic corridor -- you will need a wider space between counters to avoid congestion.

Having the kitchen open on one end is the most efficient arrangement for kitchen use Place the sink infront of a window or opening in the wall ensure you have the proper lighting levels for the task.

Island kitchen

The advantages of kitchen islands are many: Added counter space, added storage, and sometimes even an extra cook-top are just some of the positives. The added counter space is one of the main reasons people install them, but islands are manufactured or can be designed (if buying a permanent one) to fit almost any purpose.

The advantage of adding a permanent model is that it can be equipped with electricity, and often other convenience appliances such as a food prep sink or additional stove top. Most freestanding models are not equipped to handle this; but if the main purpose is to provide additional counter space or seating, freestanding islands are an inexpensive alternative to the high cost of having one permanently installed. Also, they have the advantage of being able to be moved around, allowing for more flexibility in room arrangement.

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