Modular Kitchen: A Feast For the Eyes

An Indian kitchen is a hub of activities by the courtesy of our rich cuisine that involves long hours of preparation and a huge variety of foodstuff, the spices being predominant. This demands an organised area where every other object is available at hand, without you having to move around every time you need anything.

The modular style of decor not just gives your cooking space that tidy appearance but also creates a cosy ambience that is pleasing to look at. After all, the kitchen needs to be in sync with the other areas of the home when beautifying it. Here we have jotted down some of the ideas from interior decorators in Kolkata.

Choosing the Shape

First, you need to carefully examine the space available in your kitchen and then see which type of platform or countertop is suiting it. You can select from the U-shape, galley, L-shape, two- wall or one-wall kitchen design. If enough area is available other than that occupied by the countertops and cabinetry then create a work island with storage spaces underneath it and tuck in a couple of stools to use the former as an eating bar. Whatever design type you choose, make sure that a proper work triangle is maintained.

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Make it Your Own Way

Irrespective of the design type you have chosen, a modular kitchen will give you the freedom to customise it as per your taste and comfort. You need to plan the type of cabinetry and countertop along with their location. Selection of modular furniture is another key task that requires prior planning.

Countertop Material Selection

Do not compromise with the quality of material to be used for the countertops or island. These are the most functional areas and therefore, need to be durable enough. Wood, stone, steel or glass are most recommended since they add a personal appeal to your kitchen.

Systematic Arrangement of Kitchen Essentials

Your list of spices, condiments, and other kitchen essentials may be unending but having to search them one by one will hamper your workflow, thereby making you lose patience. To make the most frequently used items easily visible, install trays or open shelves either by the side or above the countertop.

Effortless Handling

Your kitchen should not wholly comprise closed cabinets but drawers as well. These act as hidden chambers beneath the countertop and store many a stuff at the same time. Just by attaching some attractive pullouts to the drawers you can add detail to the room decor, and also handle these with ease. Instead of hanging the ladles, spatulas or pans, just put them inside and keep the area free from clutter.

Strategic Lighting

Proper illumination in the kitchen is not just meant for the ease of working but it plays a major role in the beautification of the interiors by highlighting the cabinets, ceiling or backsplash. If required, create false covers or ceiling to add neat and innovative lighting. Dark corners or spaces too can make the room appear cramped. Install a pair of LED lights, either white or coloured, inside the upper cabinets and in the corners as well.

Effective Utilization of the Corners

Do not leave out the corners since every inch of space counts. Installation of lazy susan cabinets or open triangular racks is the ultimate way of utilizing those hidden spaces.

A Hint of Colour

Your modular kitchen decor remains incomplete without a touch of colour. You can include it in the form of area rugs, stools, crockery or lights even if the rest of the room is white. Or you may choose an attractive colour palette for the walls, flooring, countertop, and cabinetry. Painting an accent wall isn’t a bad idea either.

To know more of such impressive ideas, get in touch with Transterior. We offer reliable interior services in Kolkata, being supported by a team of seasoned professionals. Our advanced methodologies, economic space-planning skills and design ideas that exactly meet our clients’ requirements, make us stand out in the crowd.

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