Kitchen Countertops are horizontal flat surfaces, used for food preparations (cutting/washing/storing), installed on or supported by lower cabinets in a kitchen. The countertop surface is positioned at an ergonomic height for ease of use, without putting the user under any discomfort. Kitchen countertops are constructed from various materials, depending on specific attributes […]
Gray is the new white, according to recent kitchen design trends. Its neutral color palette is versatile and engaging, providing an empty canvas around which a contemporary modern kitchen can be designed. Exuding a sense of calmness, texture and raw appeal, the color gray blends well with backgrounds of whites, browns and blacks.
When cooking is less of a chore and more of a passion, brilliant pops of red can take it up by notches.
Red is the color of passion and vivacity, and although seemingly loud, works well in modern contemporary modular kitchens. It is mainly used in designing kitchen cabinetry, and moreover only on specific pieces.
With the popularity of stylish contemporary Modular Kitchens, Kitchen Backsplashes have become an absolute must have for the modern Indian cooking space. They perform a dual role; providing a design element to the kitchen while acting as a protective cover for the walls, and against dirt and grime.
Kitchen Maintenance can be a hassle. When a kitchen has been used for several years, and starts to show wear and tear of use, it is imperative that before things become irreversible, proper cleaning and maintenance is done regularly. This will keep the kitchen well oiled and also extend its life for several years.
Kitchens accumulate a huge amount of dust and grime, and Indian kitchens even more so. With the amount of oil and spices that we use in our food preparations, our kitchens need an overhaul almost everyday! Follow these 7 kitchen maintenance tips religiously, and look forward to a cleaner brighter kitchen, reduced overall work and a more happy you.
MDF and Particle Board are just two of the materials used in creating cabinets and other furniture for modular kitchens. Here are the subtle and significant differences in them and their individual attributes.
MDF and Plywood are two kitchen materials often used in designing cabinets and other kitchen furniture. Find out what are their attributes and how each one has its own specific purpose.
An L shaped layout offers a large central space, that can easily accommodate an island, which can either hold one or two appliances, be converted into a separate baking station, used as a quick breakfast/dinner nook or just as additional storage. L shaped with island
A G Shaped Kitchen layout is an extension of the traditional U shaped kitchen, providing plenty of work space and maximizing kitchen storage. The G shaped kitchen layout maximizes the U shaped kitchen’s versatility by adding an extension or peninsula to one end of the U, at a slant or right […]