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Types of Modular Kitchens

In this list, we will be listing different types of Modular Kitchens according to their Application, Material and Shape

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L Shaped Modular Kitchen

L Shaped Modular Kitchen

As the name suggests, an L shaped modular kitchen has a layout in which the counter tops are placed against adjoining walls perpendicular to each other so that they form the letter L. It is a fairly standard design found in most homes and is quite efficient. Designed more for small or medium sized houses or apartments, the L shaped kitchen is a great alternative when your kitchen doesn’t have the space for an island. It also works great for areas that are open plan.

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Parallel Modular Kitchen

Parallel Modular Kitchen

One of the most efficient types of kitchen, the parallel modular kitchen has a design that speaks to form following function. The layout of the kitchen is corridor or galley style – two work areas are placed on parallel walls with a small corridor running between them. When designed efficiently, this style utilizes the kitchen space in the most optimal way and allows you to work efficiently. This type of kitchen designs is great for homes and apartment where space is at a premium.

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U Shaped Modular Kitchen

U Shaped Modular Kitchen

Simply put, a U shaped kitchen design has three of the four walls of a kitchen lined with countertops, appliances and cabinets. It is a fairly efficient design that leaves quite a bit of floor space free. This design makes maximum use of the wall space thanks to the installation of appliances and cabinets. The size of the kitchen is also not a major concern, although a U shaped kitchen is best installed in a larger kitchen.

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G Shaped Modular Kitchen

G Shaped Modular Kitchen

As name describe, G Shaped modular Kitchen are built in G shape. These type of modular kitchens occupy lots of space.
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Straight Modular Kitchen

Straight Modular Kitchen

Modular kitchens are in great demand now a days. People are preferring modular kitchen over the traditional kitchens due to the affordable price range of modular kitchen. If space is the constraint, straight line kitchens are the ideal ones.

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Italian Modular Kitchen

Italian Modular Kitchen

Modular kitchens done in one of two styles, country or contemporary, are usually referred to as Italian modular kitchens. The country style is one that incorporates a country or rustic feel. Such a kitchen generally has a dining table and chairs arranged in the middle of the kitchen. The cabinets are finished with laminate in one colour. Most of the times, this colour is white. The kitchen appliances are steel and some of the glass and storage space come with an anodized aluminium finish to match the appliances.

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German Modular Kitchen

German Modular Kitchen

German modular kitchens reflect the kind of precision the Germans are known for in their kitchen appliances and cars. The kitchen styles are the latest and most cutting edge. At the same time, the designs are innovative, efficient and simple. A German modular kitchen relies heavily upon organisation; the idea is that everything should be in its place while being within reach at the same time.