Modular Kitchen – Styles

You would have read our introduction to modular kitchen. Probably you also saw the article which covers the various zones involved in today’s modular kitchens.

In this article we hope to convey one important aspect of modular kitchens. How does one fit this into his/her home?

Lets be practical here. Most of our kitchens are unique in terms of space , design and plan. Therefore it is simply impossible to have the same modular kitchen design which you saw in your friends place to fit into your kitchen.

Modular Kitchen layouts

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The first on top left is called the “L” shaped kitchen.

The second on top right is called the “U” shaped kitchen.

The third on middle left is called “Island” kitchen.

The fourth on middle right is called the “G” shaped kitchen.

The fifth on bottom left is called “Gallery” kitchen.

The last on bottom right is called “Line” kitchen.

 So, as you see, there are a variety of options available to suit your kitchen’s geometry. It would be wise to choose the most appropriate one so that essential spaces are not reduced resulting in a cramped working environment.

Also, plan the placement of articles in your modular kitchen in a proper manner.


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This kind of planning would be highly beneficial in preventing back aches for people working in the kitchen.

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