Modular kitchens have transformed the way we think of the humble kitchen; glamming it up and making it a place where you don’t just cook, but also unwind and spend time with family. They provide an edge to the kitchen, and you can customise them any way you want depending on the specific aesthetic or functionality you desire.
As the name suggests, Modular kitchens are based on the concept of ‘modularity’, which means dividing into smaller parts. Modular kitchen sets include space saving modular furniture, cabinets, drawers, pullout trays, chimneys, hobs, storage systems and many other units that help drive multiple functionalities together.
These are the benefits of a modular kitchen:
Cooking is easier in a modular kitchen because everything, right from utensils to condiments are right at hand in well-defined drawers/cabinets. The sink and shopping area are also a part of the same unit, making cooking a faster exercise overall. And when you have completed your cooking for the day, you can wind up the mess within minutes.
You can customise them any way you want depending on the specific colour, layout, aesthetic or functionality you desire.
All in all, Modular kitchens are a great bet for modern day apartments. There are houses that offer the inbuilt modular kitchen. Or you can even install one in an existing non-modular kitchen setup.