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Title: Different Kinds of Modular Kitchen Fittings


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Different Kinds of Modular Kitchen Fittings
  • Modular Kitchens

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  • Modular kitchens have been popular for quite some
    time. They make life easier for Indian cooks, who
    are often faced with the additional
    responsibility of tenacious oil and food stains.
    When it comes to choosing a material for your
    modular kitchen, stainless steel is a good
    choice. A stainless-steel modular kitchen
    features a variety of designs and fittings that
    work for the Indian lifestyle, as interior design
    is continuously evolving. One of the most
    important tasks in upgrading or moving into a new
    place is determining which modular kitchen
    design or fitting is appropriate for your home.
    With so many styles to select from, it's critical
    to pick one that won't make your modular kitchen
    look cramped or cluttered. You can avoid this by
    looking through the Arttd'inox designs.
    Arrtd'inox is a high-end stainless-steel
    homeware, kitchenware, and lifestyle company.
    Having said that, lets look at some fittings and
    designs for modular kitchens by Arttdinox.

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There is an array of options for the selection of
pre-made designs or customize your ideas.
  • Pull-out cabinets make decluttering and
    organising a breeze.
  • Base cabinets can be adjusted to any height,
    length, or depth, and they are compatible with
    most Indian kitchens.
  • Corner cabinets are ideal for filling in empty
    spaces and corners.
  • Wall cabinets are built to last and are great for
    adding storage space. With the addition of
    shelves, they can be rather tall.
  • Lift-up cabinets work in slow motion and save a
    lot of room.

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  • Metallic finishes, contrasting hues, and inner
    panelling are all features of stainless-steel
    cabinets, which add to the wholesomeness of your
    modular kitchen. Any section of the freshly
    constructed parallel modular kitchen can be
    customised with perplexing patterns and elegant
    metal finishes.
  • The modular kitchen designs are
  • L-Shaped Modular Kitchen Design
  • U-Shaped Modular Kitchen Design
  • Parallel Modular Kitchen Design
  • Straight Modular Kitchen Design
  • Island Modular Kitchen Design

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L-Shaped Modular Kitchen Design
  • The L-shaped layout was created with small areas
    in mind. It's unobtrusive while still being
    useful. The working triangle is maintained by
    installing the counters and cabinetry in an L
    form.

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U-Shaped Modular Kitchen Design
  • Since the fittings are positioned in the U-shaped
    framework, there is plenty of room for an eating
    area. This design is straightforward, provides
    ample space for appliances, food, and groceries,
    and streamlines the cooking process.

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Parallel Modular Kitchen Design
  • If two individuals are working at the same time,
    parallel design is the best option. This design
    creates freer floor space by installing the
    operational station and cabinets on either side
    parallel to each other, giving the kitchen a more
    open aspect.

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Straight Modular Kitchen Design
  • The most popular plan is a straight modular
    kitchen design. It's great for tiny places like
    studio apartments, lofts, and so on. The
    countertop and cabinets are fixed to a single
    wall, freeing up a room if you want to add an
    island or a small eating area.

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Island Modular Kitchen Design
  • When it comes to modular kitchen ideas, an island
    is the icing on top. It improves the room's
    aesthetic while also serving as a workplace,
    eating area, and even a location to invite
    guests. In general, an island blends in with
    other stainless steel modular kitchen designs
    without overcrowding the space.

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