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Kitchen design – what to look for?...

Kitchen design There are many facets to designing an exceptional kitchen. A good kitchen design must offer optimal storage with ease of access, efficient layout/work triangle, consider shutter design/finish options, material planning for better durability and overall heart warming aesthetics. Typical storage in kitchens include basic groceries and essential provisions (daily use & bulk), pots and pans, dinnerware, waste disposal, water purifier, gas system, handy electrical appliancesetc. Efficient layouts should minimise movement between storage area, ... read more

Built-in Hob / Cook top for Kitchens...

BUILT - IN HOB: A Modular Kitchen with built-in appliances is a preferred option by many new home buyers today. There are kitchen appliances available for cooking, heating, cleaning, cooling, ventilating etc. Among the built-in appliances available, one which is a necessity in all kitchens for cooking is the Hob/Cooktop. Today, most prefer a built-in hob over a cooktop due to the overall aesthetics, as it almost sits flush with the counter top and appears as part of it. Built–in hob is like a permanent gas stove top, only the burners and upper surface is ... read more

Chimney for Kitchen...

Chimney for kitchen Chimney and Cooker Hood are terms used interchangeably in India. While you are finalizing on the new kitchen design and accessory details, you also need to decide if a chimney is required for your new kitchen. Indian cooking involves a lot of masalas, oil and deep/shallow frying. This results in a lot of smoke, oily vapor and smell which you would like to get rid of after. The odour often spreads to the rest of your house/apartment. This can be quite embarrassing when guests enter your home. Your whole home/apartment will smell like the fo... read more

Modular Kitchen vs Semi-Modular Kitchen...

Modular & semi-modular kitchen In India, most kitchen cabinets are made of laminated plywood (water proof) cut in appropriate sizes and joined together to form a unit with shutters/drawers to close them. It will have 5 sides (left, right, bottom, top & back) forming the storage portion with the access from the front (shutter/drawer). A modular kitchen will have a desired set of units like these which are assembled / kept next to each other (floor – base units, wall – wall units) as per design. We call each unit a module and hence the term mo... read more

Modular Kitchen - Buying decision...

Things to look for before buying a Modular Kitchen Modular kitchens have become an integral part of interior budget allocation for most new home buyers in India. But most times it is placed at the end of line during the decision process and tends to be compromised due to budget. Generally all other works exceed the allocated budget and this effects the final kitchen spending. When home owners finally walk into our showroom to decide on their Modular Kitchen, they come with serious budget constraints. After visiting the showroom and understanding the various pos... read more

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Kitchen design – what to look for?...

Kitchen design There are many facets to designing an exceptional kitchen. A good kitchen design must offer optimal storage with ease of access, efficient layout/work triangle, consider shutter design/finish options, material planning for better durability and overall heart warming aesthetics. Typical storage in kitchens include basic groceries and essential provisions (daily use & bulk), pots and pans, dinnerware, waste disposal, water purifier, gas system, handy electrical appliancesetc. Efficient layouts should minimise movement between storage area, ... read more

Built-in Hob / Cook top for Kitchens...

BUILT - IN HOB: A Modular Kitchen with built-in appliances is a preferred option by many new home buyers today. There are kitchen appliances available for cooking, heating, cleaning, cooling, ventilating etc. Among the built-in appliances available, one which is a necessity in all kitchens for cooking is the Hob/Cooktop. Today, most prefer a built-in hob over a cooktop due to the overall aesthetics, as it almost sits flush with the counter top and appears as part of it. Built–in hob is like a permanent gas stove top, only the burners and upper surface is ... read more

Chimney for Kitchen...

Chimney for kitchen Chimney and Cooker Hood are terms used interchangeably in India. While you are finalizing on the new kitchen design and accessory details, you also need to decide if a chimney is required for your new kitchen. Indian cooking involves a lot of masalas, oil and deep/shallow frying. This results in a lot of smoke, oily vapor and smell which you would like to get rid of after. The odour often spreads to the rest of your house/apartment. This can be quite embarrassing when guests enter your home. Your whole home/apartment will smell like the fo... read more

Modular Kitchen vs Semi-Modular Kitchen...

Modular & semi-modular kitchen In India, most kitchen cabinets are made of laminated plywood (water proof) cut in appropriate sizes and joined together to form a unit with shutters/drawers to close them. It will have 5 sides (left, right, bottom, top & back) forming the storage portion with the access from the front (shutter/drawer). A modular kitchen will have a desired set of units like these which are assembled / kept next to each other (floor – base units, wall – wall units) as per design. We call each unit a module and hence the term mo... read more

Modular Kitchen - Buying decision...

Things to look for before buying a Modular Kitchen Modular kitchens have become an integral part of interior budget allocation for most new home buyers in India. But most times it is placed at the end of line during the decision process and tends to be compromised due to budget. Generally all other works exceed the allocated budget and this effects the final kitchen spending. When home owners finally walk into our showroom to decide on their Modular Kitchen, they come with serious budget constraints. After visiting the showroom and understanding the various pos... read more