Modular Kitchen is a term used for the modern kitchen furniture layout consisting of modules of cabinets made of diversified materials which hold accessories inside, which can facilitate the effective usage of the spaces in a kitchen.

Why Living Room Stories?

  • Living Room Stories offers you an extensive choice of not just Indian, but also European kitchens with brandded or customize form.
  • We offers to our client to customize the kitchen layout, kitchen elements, It helps to reduce cost.
  • Each one of our state-of-the-art modular kitchens comes with a warranty of quality and excellence. Our kitchens are planned keeping your needs in mind.
  • We go beyond expectations and provide you with modular components for your kitchen as well as complete kitchen design solutions.

Types of Kitchen:

There are so many different types of Kitchen have been used worldwide such as:

  • L Shape Kitchen

This is one of the most commonly applied kitchen layouts and is ideal for smaller homes. It makes efficient use of minimum floor space and gives you the advantage of easily incorporating a small dining table within your kitchen.

  • Parallel Kitchen

When it comes to cooking, the parallel kitchen is quite possibly the most efficient layout. With two, long working areas that face each other, it can be split into ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ work spaces. It provides plenty of counter space for appliances and maximizes storage as well. The parallel kitchen is suitable for most types of homes and is easily adaptable to your needs.

  • Island Kitchen

An island kitchen is often the kitchen of choice in homes around the world. It combines either a straight line or L-shaped kitchen model with an unconnected island space. This space can be used as an extra counter area/breakfast bar or installed with a sink or stovetop. With its advantage of two opposing working and storage spaces, this kitchen is an ideal layout for open plan living. It is also great for entertaining.

  • Peninsula Kitchen or G Shaped Kitchen

Similar to an island kitchen, a peninsula kitchen layout has a free standing workspace that provides a secondary counter, work or entertainment area. Unlike an island, this peninsula is connected to the main workspace; making it accessible from three, rather than four sides. Often considered the ideal layout for homes with small kitchen areas, the peninsula provides all the advantages of an island worktop while utilizing less floor space.

  • U Shape Kitchen

If your home has a large kitchen space or you are fond of cooking, the U-shaped kitchen layout is likely to suit you best. This layout has the most efficient work triangle and provides the most storage space as well, with plenty of wall and floor cabinets and more counter space too. This also makes it ideal for family homes.

  • L Shape Kitchen with Island

An L-shaped kitchen layout with an island workspace provides for maximum flexibility in cooking, entertaining and hanging out. A kitchen island is a countertop unattached to the main kitchen area, with access from all sides. The L-shaped kitchen shown here has three distinct zones, with enough space between them for free movement. The island, with its under-counter storage, provides additional space in the kitchen that can also be used as a breakfast counter. The additional island space can be designed in different ways to suit personal preferences. For example, some people would prefer to have the cooking range or the stove on the island, so that they can face the rest of the house while cooking. While some would prefer using it as a dining space that is close to the cooking area, yet exclusive.