Arrangement of counters in Kitchen varies according to the size and shape of the kitchen with relative location of work center. The kitchen layouts should permit the continuity of kitchen activities such as:
- Gathering the materials required for preparing food from storage
- Cleaning, cutting, mixing for initial preparation of food
- Storing and serving the food required at meal time
- Cleaning of utensils
- Storing of utensils
In the single wall modular kitchen interior design, all the working zones of kitchen are arrange in such a manner which comes along on a single wall. Major kitchen work zones here we refer with Cooktop / Hob, Built-in-Oven, Built-in-Microwave, Built-in-Refrigerator, Built-in-Dishwasher and much more. Typically, such kind a single wall modular kitchen interior design can be organized with at least 8 feet (in case of less all appliances/accessories can not be fit into the modular kitchen).
The parallel shape modular kitchen also recognized as the passageway style of kitchen, in this design you can have your appliances, cabinets and sink on two parallel walls to make a minute way between two sets of cabinets in your kitchen. It is simple to arrange a well-organized work triangle in parallel shape kitchen design; however, this design truly caters to one cook. Parallel shape modular kitchen design is primarily the product of requirement. This type of design frequently adapted where the apartment size is small, so that by implementing parallel shape modular kitchen design will help in space for other rooms
Kitchen cabinets available
Like our clothing and footwear, every year we encounter latest trends in home design systems as well. When it comes home designs, especially kitchen, a lot goes into planning and designing. Whether you’re planning to install the kitchen for a new home or want to remodel your existing kitchen, you must start with the cabinets.
Ready-to-Assemble (RTA). Readily available and constructed with cost in mind, these cabinets are purchased boxed from chain home stores. Selection is narrow in style, size and material and they require assembly.
Stock. Purchased pre-sized from their manufacturer, stock cabinets are a basic and economical option. Stock cabinets are mass-produced, available in fixed sizes and cannot be altered, making them less versatile for existing spaces.
Semi-Custom. With a broader selection in both style and material, semi-custom cabinetry generally marks the mid-range option in terms of price point. Semi-custom cabinetry allows some size adjustments and usually offers better quality cabinet construction.
Custom. On the high-end, custom cabinetry is completely made-to-order and offers the most diversity in style, material, finishes and accessories. These cabinets are one-of-a-kind with tailored sizes and innovative design solutions, suiting even the most unique spaces.
Where to buy?
If you chose Time-Cost, you can find off the shelf cabinets at major stores like Home Depot, Lowes and Ikea. You will be sacrificing quality. To clarify the cabinets will last 20 years not 50.
If you chose Time-Quality you can hire a professional kitchen designer to remodel your kitchen. They will be able to get you cabinets from top notch manufacturer’s that don’t sell to the public. You will be able to choose from a great variety of custom doors, drawers, hardware stains and finishes. Of course this is the most expensive option.