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What To Look For In A Modern Kitchen Design?

 

The kitchen is where you may end up spending a huge chunk of your day, cooking a home-made meal for the whole family to enjoy at breakfast, lunch and dinner. A good kitchen interior design is the right combination of beauty and functionality, so that your kitchen caters to your needs in every possible way. Efficient storage, clean lines, durable materials, good use of available space, and modern aesthetics are all necessary pre-requisites for your modular kitchen.

 

So, if you are all set to get a new kitchen design, here are 5 things you need to look out for.

 

1. Sturdy Cabinetry For Your Kitchen

A modern kitchen doesn’t have to compromise on quality. Make sure that the cabinetry you pick is sturdy, and made with high quality wood. However, a wood base doesn’t mean a vintage all-wood kitchen. You can choose from a wide range of laminates, veneers, lacquered surfaces, high-gloss surfaces and even glass shutters once you have ensured that the base cabinetry is sturdy and solid. Also, modern frameless cabinetry will also add to the aesthetic value of your modern kitchen design.

 

2. Efficient Storage Options For The Modern Kitchen

Modular kitchens are so popular because they give you a chance to create efficient storage systems within a small space. From tall ladder units to house all your staples to double layered wall units to maximize the use of space, your storage options are many. Make sure that you don’t just increase your storage, but also make your storage more efficient and functional. Drawer dividers for cutlery and crockery, plate racks to neatly store your everyday tableware, grain trolleys that accommodate tall staple jars, and rolling shutter to accommodate free-standing appliances but keep them off the kitchen counter are all possible in a good kitchen interior design.

 

3. Optimum Use Of Space In The Modern Kitchen

In small apartments with small kitchens, space is a premium. Make sure that your kitchen design optimizes all available space. If you have a large kitchen but not enough wall surface, an open kitchen design that incorporates an island that can be used as the cooking zone, washing zone or even as a breakfast nook increases functional area as well as storage area underneath. High ceilings make it possible to add more tall units as well as double height wall units to store less-frequently used crockery on top.

 

4. High Quality Hardware In The Kitchen

Don't cut corners on hardware, as these are the very lifeline of a modular kitchen. Look for soft closing drawers and interior lighting inside cabinets. Efficient corner units like a Leman’s corner, Magic Corner, Swing Tray, 270 deg Swivel Basket, Magic Carousal and Revolving baskets add further functionality to your kitchen design by making the most use of all corners. Opt for sleek, modernistic handles as decorative pulls are no longer popular. If you desire less visual clutter, push open cabinet doors with a touch latch or magnetic latch are a great option.

 

5. Modern Appliances For The Modular Kitchen

Integrated modern appliances will further add to the functionality and convenience of your kitchen. Made from stainless steel, integrated gas hob, chimney, oven/grill and even a microwave, built-in appliances add to the value of your modern kitchen and also help you cook better, faster and healthier food.

 

 

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