GIORGIA (Modular Kitchen)
With an effective use of contrasting colours, GIORGIA is a kitchen design that exudes creativity. Great for open kitchens and kitchen-cum-living spaces, this layout easily adapts to your lifestyle and cooking. The half hanged base cabinet and open box shelves are two interesting elements of this kitchen design. The use of customised graphic laminates achieves stunning effects yet is low on maintenance.
GIORGIA comes with waste bins for under sink cabinet drawers, which enhances functionality and helps maintain hygiene in the kitchen. These waste bins slide out along with the drawer while opening.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION AND MATERIALS USED IN THIS KITCHEN
FINISHING MATERIALS:Customised graphic designed laminates
STRUCTURAL MATERIALS:Made with 16 mm boiling water resistant plywood
ACCESSORIES:Under sink cabinet drawer, stainless steel cutlery tray (Blum)
HARDWARE:Single lift stay
By far, the most common design in modern Indian kitchens, this type of kitchen utilises two adjoining walls of the kitchen that meet each other perpendicularly. This is why the L-shape kitchen provides a continuous working platform, allowing for a convenient and easy movement along the work areas, without any clutter or hindrance.
The clean, minimalist, hand-less design is the first thing that pops out of this two-toned ‘ivory and wood’ kitchen. While the lighter shade creates an impression of space in smaller kitchens, the darker, hard-wood grain laminate finish offers some warmth to kitchen interiors and breaks the monotony.
The single-walled design is compact enough for small kitchens and studio apartments yet ample drawers and overhead cabinet units make this modular kitchen extremely space efficient. Provision for light fittings over the cooktop ensures the cooking area is well-lit, while the stainless steel panel in dado area adds a touch of class to the whole layout.
This modular kitchen is all wood finish — but, on a whole new level! The striped patterns mimic the natural wood pattern, while dark coloured dado and panelling add a certain richness to the entire look.
Great for spacious kitchen areas, REBECCA is not just a show-stealer in terms of looks but functionality as well. In fact, this is one of those few designs that are virtually full of cabinets and pull-outs yet don’t look monotonous at all. The island unit can be used as a breakfast counter or as a place to keep cooked meals before serving them out.
Simple and sophisticated are two words to describe this modular kitchen model. The cantilevered shelves and curvilinear handles add some variation to the otherwise minimalist design. The peninsular island unit is a great addition to this kitchen which helps to break the monotony of structure, while providing maximum utilisation of space.
Ideal for large kitchen spaces, this model can be used in big homes and apartments, where it can address the problems of storage as well as divide the work space for convenient usage by multiple users.
This modern yet elegant kitchen design proves you can never go wrong with the classic combo of beige and wood. The high-rise wood finish dado panel and wooden grain laminate are the show-stealers of this stunning kitchen design, while the solid beige colour matches well with almost all types of interiors.
A perfect fit for moderately sized homes and apartments, this modular kitchen design comes with plenty of storage options and convenient work spaces. Overhead and built-in light fittings are not only functional but enhance the overall look of your kitchen as well.
Want a kitchen that’s unique and contemporary yet very classy? MARTINA fits your need perfectly! Its pale pistachio green shade is pastel soft yet very refreshing and different from conventional kitchen colours. Add to this, ample of glass units and granite worktops and what you have is a highly functional modular kitchen that’s gorgeous enough to take the centrestage in your home.
The central island unit fitted with hobs not only expands the work space but also allows for more social interaction while you’re cooking.