We cannot say this enough, but Kitchen is the heart of a home. If this is the first time you’re thinking about upgrading your Kitchen to Modular Kitchen, you might already have been bombarded with too many ideas. But, we’re here to give you a few simple and common tips that will help you figure what type of Modular Kitchen to go with. Be it a renovation, or building from scratch; these tips will give you a brief picture of why and where to place certain kitchen things.
Why a Modular Kitchen?
Modular kitchens are all about saving space and increasing the functionality of works. Our kitchens fit best to these aspects, along with the added precision and finesse of German technology and Italian craftsmanship.
There are three types of Modular kitchen layouts – U, C, L-shaped & Island kitchens. With our ground-breaking technology of configuration, you can envision and get your Kitchen designed just the way you want to. Once you have the basic layout figured out, it’s time to think about where to place the key elements of the Kitchen- Stove, Sink, and refrigerator. The thumb rule here is that there should be ample and equal distance between the three. The next aspect of figuring out is the amount of storage space you need, and this mainly depends on the number of people living in the house. Based on these requirements, plan your kitchen accessories before buying.
Other aspects of a Kitchen
Since we’re done with the internal aspects, let’s move on to the look and feel of the Kitchen. Another thumb rule of the colours is that they should match or contrast the shade of walls and flooring. Since cooking results in stains, bright shades demand high maintenance. So, it’s better to balance out the dark and bright shades to bring even harmony. One of the most important aspects of a kitchen is its ventilation. Make sure not to block natural light and air by placing chimneys or other appliances over the windows.
These are a few critical aspects of how to design a modular kitchen. Other than these, make sure to use the corner spaces creatively. These days, there are plenty of options to cover the corner areas to make the best use of storage space.
We hope this article gave you a few basic ideas for your Modular kitchen design. So, try out our configurator that can help you design your space in less than 60 seconds. If you need further customisation, we’re always here to suggest and help. Connect with us, and take a look at our designs in kitchens, wardrobes, TV units, and more.