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* The first step to buying a modular kitchen is to have a complete understanding of the available space.
* Remember the kitchen triangle concept to consider movement between the stove, sink, and refrigerator for a smooth flow.
* It is important to plan your electrical fixtures smartly, depending on the appliances you will need.
* Lastly, make the best use of available space with organizers for your household items.

The best modular kitchen designs are L-shaped and parallel kitchens.
* L-shaped kitchens are one of the best-selling kitchen layouts. This design offers an easy and efficient workspace. It allows appliances and cabinets to be installed along right-angled walls with an open area in the center. This makes it a great choice for small kitchens or open-plan spaces where you wish to add an island.
* Parallel (Galley) layout works well in small spaces as they only require one to two meters between each side and provide ample storage. It is also easy to create a working triangle in this layout, where your sink, refrigeration, and oven are within easy reach, making a busy kitchen easier to navigate.

There are plenty of ways to accessorize your kitchen to increase storage:

* Use the wall tiling space to add midway accessories that can stack your spices, cutlery, paper napkins & foil dispenser.
* Move your non-essential vessels to the loft space.
* Add drawers for easy access and organizing. Oil pull-outs, and corner accessories such as carousel, magic corner, and lemans corner utilize kitchen spaces optimally.
* Install tall units with basket storage to allow the organization of essentials like cereals, pulses, etc.

The best material for a modular kitchen is BWR(boiling water resistant) / BWP (boiling waterproof) ply. The other recommended materials include particle board and high-density-high-moisture resistant board, commonly known as HDHMR. These are core materials for carcass/internal boxes.

PVC is not good for kitchen cabinets since it is made of plastic and plastic does not do well at high temperatures. However, it is widely used as a skirting material for kitchen base units due to its water-resistant capability.

The best material for a modular kitchen is BWR(boiling water resistant) / BWP (boiling waterproof) ply. The other recommended materials include particle board and high-density-high-moisture resistant board, commonly known as HDHMR. These are core materials for carcass/internal boxes.

A modular kitchen should have the following accessories:
* Drawers – wire baskets, cutlery organizers, tandem drawers
* Oil pull-outs
* Corner units – carousel, magic corner, lemans corner
* Tall units with basket storage to help organize essentials like cereals, pulses, etc

The units of a modular kitchen are:

* Kitchen base units – below the counter
* Kitchen wall units – overhead storage
* Tall units – groceries, syrups, etc
* Kitchen sink units – detergent holder, dustbins
* Tall units – built-in appliances
* Hob units

Modular kitchens can be designed within a budget of less than Rs 1.5 lakhs. The minimum price for a kitchen with accessories such as tandem drawers, a cutlery drawer, storage for utensils/Thali, and a place for an oil bottle/spice rack in a pre-laminated ply/laminate suede finish starts at Rs. 1.2L. This kitchen covers all the essential storage required for a kitchen.

A modular kitchen typically costs anywhere from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh, depending on your choices. The price depends on certain factors such as:

* Size of the kitchen
* Cabinet material and finish
* Accessories
* Appliances

The appliances of a modular kitchen include

* Sink
* Hob or cooktop for cooking
* Chimney (advisable to control kitchen smoke)
* other appliances such as oven, microwave, dishwasher, fryer – depending on what you need.

A modular kitchen typically costs anywhere starts from Rs 1 lakh to 10 lakhs, depending on your choices. The price depends on certain factors such as the size of the kitchen, cabinet material and finish, accessories, and appliances.
Non-Standard Modules (cost may be substantially higher compared to modular/standard solutions).
* Size of the kitchen
* Cabinet material and finish
* Accessories
* Appliances

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