Monday, 17 February 2014

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Signs You Should Switch to a Modern Kitchen

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A kitchen is often considered the soul of the family. It’s the place where mom’s delicious cooking aromas emanate from, where families often just hang out to have fun, where couples cook together and share the day’s events with each other. It is also the room that most potential buyers frequently like to view at the very outset; and its appearance sets the mood for the rest of their site visit and impression. This is why a kitchen deserves to look and feel special, and could therefore benefit greatly from getting a new, modern upgrade with an appearance that reflects your individual style, design and a unique personality. If selling your house is on your mind, it is almost always a given that a contemporary kitchen will be on the top of your priorities. If on the other hand, you are dilly-dallying about getting that new modular design in place with no particular hurry, watch out for the following few signals that tells you that your kitchen is in urgent need of a facelift:
  • Simply not enough space:
The most important difference between a traditional kitchen and a modern one is the advantage the latter gives in terms of efficient utilization of space. Modern design trends make the best available use of all the available space in the room, including the vertical spaces.
Overhead ceiling racks, strong, durable holders for pots& pans, floating shelves for condiments and kitchen accessories, and the use of cabinets doubling up as additional worktops are just some of the clever techniques in contemporary kitchen designs that give a far “cleaner” look to your kitchen than ever before. Besides getting rid of the clutter and giving you and your family plenty of elbow room, your modern kitchen will also give your home an airy, spacious appearance.
modular kitchen design
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  • Peeling paint, crumbling surfaces:
Are you meticulous about cleaning every inch of your kitchen and yet feel that it looks perpetually untidy and even somewhat dirty? The kitchen is the food preparation area of the house. It needs to have the highest standards of hygiene to maintain the health and safety you deserve. Peeling paint, broken worktops, slippery flooring and walls with seepage are all not just signs of repairs-in-waiting, but also potential dangers.

Seepage can give rise to spores and fungus, which are definite health hazards, as is the loose & slippery flooring being compounded by water splatters from the sink. A contemporary kitchen design takes into consideration all these elements, and advocates the use of durable, low-maintenance and high-safety material such as ceramic for wall and floor tiles, quartz worktops and so on.
  • Outdated appliances:
Technology is changing by the minute. Why should kitchen appliances be far behind? It stands likely to reason that many of the appliances in the kitchen are no longer efficient enough to do the job. Schedules are also more hectic now; necessitating the use of more advanced gadgetry in the kitchen too to save precious time and make life easier. Modular kitchen designs incorporates a minimalist approach, encouraging the use of only a few, but extensively used kitchen appliances. Such appliances are also quite energy saving these days, helping increase functionality and reduce energy costs.

1 comment:

  1. Hai, thanks for sharing images for modular kitchen designs. And your design is looking very cute, impressed to consumers.
    Modular Kitchen Chennai
    thanks & regards