U-Shape Style Modular Kitchens

U-Shape Style Modular Kitchens

The U-shape modular kitchen is one of the most common layouts, and is designed for small to large areas. It provides a great working space, due to its format and storage space. Placed between three walls to create the ‘U’ shape, a home owner can divide that space into cooking, preparing, serving, etc. if he or she wanted. It also allows for collaboration in the same area between multiple people, so it is perfect for larger families. If the kitchen area is large enough, a small dining area can fit right in the open space of the modular kitchen itself.

L-Shaped Modular Kitchens

L-Shaped Modular Kitchens

The L-shape modular kitchen is very accommodating to all families, and is generally the standard format for Indian kitchens. It’s also perfect for any families who have many appliances around the kitchen and wants a separate designated area. This layout involves two adjacent walls that are perpendicular to each other at its corners. By being placed at these walls, the home owner is given the maximum empty space possible. The L-shape style goes well with any small or medium sized kitchen area, and can even allow for a smaller dining area if designed well.

Island Style Modular Kitchens

Island Style Modular Kitchens

If a home owner wishes to make the most out of his or her large space, the island style modular kitchen is the best choice. This elevates the décor of not only the kitchen itself, but the entire home as well. One thing home owners must keep in mind, however, is that this format requires a lot of kitchen space. If the area is available, islands are a great option and offers many benefits including a multitude of storage spaces and an exclusive area for preparing food. Those who love cooking and eating their meals in the kitchen should opt to install island counters for their modular kitchen.