The U-shaped kitchen design is mainly for those that enjoy large family dinners regularly. This design offers the option of a dinner table with quick access to the living room.
The Linear kitchen design is a straight line kitchen which is placed against a single wall. Its layout is very simple and is very much suitable for a single user. The cabinet storage is overhead and wall-mounted.
Parallel kitchen design is popular among those houses that lack space. This design allows for a central walkway which is aesthetic. The shelves and drawers are placed across the wall at ceiling height.
The Island kitchen design combines a primary modular kitchen design with a countertop for temporary dining and drinking. It can be used for separate storage area as it does not interfere in the cooking area.
The Peninsula kitchen design is to island kitchens. The difference is that the size and position of the island is different and this is as a permanent dining area. The dining area is separate from the kitchen but is within the kitchen area. It is useful in kitchens with less space.
All these modular kitchen designs are beautiful but, the main challenge is to incorporate this design into your customised home to match your personalised taste. Get in touch with us to build the perfect customized kitchen for your home and your needs!