A kitchen is divided into five easily identifiable zones. Knowing how to create and maintain these zones adds to the pleasure of cooking.
Consumables All raw materials and ingredients for cooking go here - consumables, grocery, milk, oil, and vegetables – including the refrigerator.
Non–consumables Everything non-consumable stays in this section. Cups, crockery, utensils, dishes all sit here.
Cleaning This is the area around the sink - the dishwasher, cleaning supplies and utensils come here.
Preparing zone This is where most of the work happens in a kitchen. The storage, cutlery, dishes, small appliances, utensils, spices, etc. stay here.
Cooking zone This is where cooking takes place. The hob, stove, pots, microwave oven, pans, baking trays, woks are important in this zone.
Mr. Kitchen is designed and constructed in modules mostly of standard sizes. These modules are assembled together to form a functional kitchen. Based on the space available, you can choose from a variety of layouts.
Island kitchen Perfect for open kitchens and dining rooms, these kitchens have enough space for even 2-3 people to cook together. They provide more storage and preparation space, allowing great functionality, and attractive looks.
L-shaped kitchen These kitchens have two panels meeting at 90 degree, giving it the L shape. They use less space than a C or G shaped kitchen are as good functionally, with adjacent walls meeting to give storage options.
U or C shaped kitchen These provide ample storage on 3 sides, movement space and a large work-top - and are suitable for kitchens with walls 9 ft apart.
Parallel kitchen Using two parallel walls of the kitchen, this kitchen divides into two sections with 4 ft of optimal space between the two counters for free movement. They provide the ease of having all appliances near you or within your reach.
Single–lined kitchen Suitable for smaller areas, these utilise space by structuring against a single wall - putting the storage, kitchen top and washing areas side-by-side to each other.