L-Shaped Modular Kitchen
This type of kitchen benefits you by providing an efficient triangular working space that allows you to move easily between sink and hob.
U-Shaped Modular Kitchen
This layout covers the 3 walls of the kitchen and it offers an excellent field of activity and you would enjoy cooking. Each wall can be dedicated for a certain set of appliances that works great for joint families with multiple cooks.
Straight Modular Kitchen
This is the most compact and simplest of all kitchen layouts which covers only a single wall and it works well for a small-sized kitchen.
Parallel Modular Kitchen
This layout suits best for long and narrow kitchens where each wing can be designated for either dry or wet work.
Tandem drawers’ will make use of every inch of the vertical space and will optimize the space by having small provisions within the drawers.
These trays come with compartments of various sizes that can hold stocking spoons, forks, knives, tongs and many more.
Pull-out baskets open to their entire length, so that everything inside is fully accessible when opened.
These are for making best use of narrow space which can be used to hold bottles, cooking oils, sauces and other ingredients.
That unreachable corner in your kitchen can now be effectively utilized by setting up an easy slide-in-out corner storage unit.
The small unused space under the sink can now be used effectively to engage the dustbin holder or storage rack by fitting one of the under-sink accessories.
It gives a shiny look and a glossy reflective finish which gives a modern look to your kitchen. This surface needs to be cleaned regularly to maintain the shine without any visible stains.
A royal finish is obtained by applying a coat of paint over exterior MDF boards. This can also be made glossy and it gives a luxurious finish.
Solid Wood Finish
Traditional lovers will always choose to go with the wooden finish for shutters. They are a little expensive but in return you will get a very unique and an aesthetic design to your kitchen.