Designing Modular Kitchens
There are a lot of factors that you need to consider when you plan to design a new kitchen or remodel it. Kitchen design plays a vital role in the design of your dream home. A kitchen is often the hub of the home, so it is very important to get it right, otherwise, it is heartbreaking.
Modular kitchens are pre-designed, easy to assemble kitchens that’s really in trend nowadays. They consist of a lot of cabinets and sleek, smooth materials in a variety of colours. The best part of such kitchens is that they can easily be disassembled and transported when shifting spaces.
Depending on the house type, layout and the amount of use the kitchen is expected to have, various types of modular kitchens are available. It could be simple with just a sink and some shelves or a fully equipped and designed kitchen.
Parallel kitchen: If the kitchen is near a door or if you want to optimise the usage of available space, a parallel kitchen is perfect. Everything is within reach and you have an extra counter to keep the dishes or you could use one as a sink.
L-shaped kitchens: In case of small spaces, this kitchen is perfect. It gives a lot of storage space through wall cabinets and enough workspace.
As shown above in fig 2, adding space beneath the table and putting a stool underneath can double as a table for one. This is especially useful for working people and students who are in a rush in the morning.
Overhanging Counters and Bar Stools.
Straight kitchen: These are perfect for studio apartments or for people that don’t cook very often. The workspace is streamlined but the trade-off is in storage space as it is relatively smaller.