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.
If you want to design your kitchen, it is a good idea to keep the following points in mind:
When remodeling your old kitchen, there are many factors you should measure before deciding the layout.
• Measure all parameters including walls that won’t have a cabinet. Starting from your left, move towards the right. Measure length of each wall and every object on it.
• While measuring windows, calculate from outer edges. Also measure the distance of the bottom edge from the floor.
• Don’t forget to identify the kind of storage required and also the size of containers that will be required.
See how your favourite kitchen style will look based on our displays. Personalise it to suit your requirements and kitchen size. Get a variety of choices to mix and match enhancing the appeal.
A professional can help you think about the same space, a bit differently. While you remodel the kitchen, working with a pre-determined budget helps you get the maximum value.
We provide solutions as per your requirement and budget. We are not selling you a kitchen, we are helping you buy a new one.
A modular kitchen enhances the beauty of your home immensely. It transforms the kitchen from a cooking place to a studio where you enjoy creating beautiful dishes for your special ones. So, taking care is important but doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are some tips to help your modular kitchen last longer:
Clean regularly: Your modular kitchen is made of wood or similar materials. The cabinets, racks and drawers can be cleaned regularly with a soft cloth and a mild cleanser instead of water.
Use the right products to clean: To retain the finishing of your work top and the design and colour of the tiles avoid use of rough detergents and chemicals since they can cause damage.
Keep drawers etc shut: It is a good practice to keep the cabinets, shutters, drawers and racks shut while cooking otherwise they get sticky and grimy due to oil. If something falls into the drawers or racks, clean them immediately to avoid staining.
Wipe water instantly: If water spills out while using the sink, wipe the water with a dry cloth immediately. Don’t let garbage and food scraps block the plumbing.
Use hinges: To make opening and closing convenient, the drawers of your modular kitchen have high-quality hinges. If the hinges make unusual sound, check if something is blocking their smooth operation and talk to your dealer.
Be gentle with your kitchen: Keep cloth and mild cleaning agents as your primary cleaning aides to remove spots, grime and stains from the surfaces. Do not scrub with sharp objects as it spoils the finishing.
Modular kitchens keep pace with the advancement in technology and mindset. We offer you a spectrum of colours, designs, textures and functionalities to make your life simple. Each of these offerings changes with time to suit the sentiments of the public.
With food and cooking becoming a matter of passion and pride more than just a necessity, people like their kitchens to reflect luxury, comfort and premium quality.
Mr. Kitchen is the perfect choice for the modular kitchen of your dreams. Here is why:
You can choose from a spectrum of colours and designs to create your dream kitchen. Many shutter options are available for your kitchen, such as matt, glossy, lacquered, solid surface, acrylic in ply or mdf. Wide range of aluminium profile glass shutters are available for a sleeker look. Additionally, there are rolling shutters in PVC or glass for easy access and added aesthetic value.
A kitchen without appliances is an incomplete functional space. A wide variety of accessories are available. However, since no modular kitchen company manufactures its own appliances, you can consult the designer and buy them from any company of your choice. Keeping the designer involved will help you make the right purchase in terms of compatibility.
There are two parts to your kitchen: A non-visible area of the modular furniture which can be covered with plain tiles and the visible area, or the “dado”, where you can flaunt your creative side. You can choose to use good designer tiles, composite material or even put granite for your worktop!
Granite and composite are the popular options for a counter top. While people prefer granite for its hardness, Kalinga stone, Caesar stone or Korean are current favourites amongst composite stones.
With a number of options, you can truly indulge in your kitchen flooring. Feel free to pick from ceramic tiles, marble, mosaic tiles, vitrified tiles etc. However, do keep in mind that the kitchen flooring has to bear heavy items like gas cylinders, refrigerator etc. Hence, choose a strong, hard surface that won’t scratch easily and needs minimum maintenance.
Most kitchens have an exhaust fan. You would have noticed grime deposits on the fan blades and the walls of the kitchen. This happens because the air has to travel up to the exhaust fan. Before it reaches the fan, the oil, smoke, vapours etc. get deposited on the surface they come in touch with. Further, the fans are so far from the hob, the vapours spread into the house, making it smell like your dinner!
To ensure quick expulsion of these materials from the kitchen, the chimney is placed right above the hob/stove. From here all the dust, grime etc. is sucked and thrown out of the kitchen by powerful blowers of the chimney. Not only do chimneys ensure a cleaner breathing environment in your kitchen, they are quite functional with built-in lights etc. Plus they are designed in a way that they only add to the beauty of your kitchen.
You can choose to go solo or mix and match these to bring out the best in your kitchen.
Many shutter options are available for your kitchen, such as matt laminated (on mdf or ply), glossy laminated (on mdf or ply), PU painted and lacquered (on mdf), acrylic ( on ply or mdf). Wide range of aluminium profile plain or back painted glass shutters are available for a sleeker look. Additionally, there are rolling shutters in PVC or glass for easy access and added aesthetic value.
A new kitchen is an exciting idea. And we know that you would put in utmost care to finalise its look. You can visit any of our stores and see how things will look once put together. Our assembled kitchen displays will help you choose the colour, design and material. Our designers at the store will help you find the most suitable options for your kitchen needs.
They will understand your requirements and materialize it in the form of a presentation, accessories, budgets and time line. Once you agree to the proposed plans, they will put it into execution. And voila! In a few weeks, you will have your brand new kitchen ready.
The cost of a modular kitchen is a function of many aspects. While size does affect the cost, it is not the only factor on the basis of which the cost can be quoted. The chosen material, hardware, number of shelves, kind of baskets, drawer systems and accessories used, etc. makes a great difference and should be considered to calculate the budget.
Yes, an additional fee towards designing the kitchen is payable. However, it is a small fee and gets adjusted in the final billing of the product. But the fee ensures that a dedicated designer is involved in the making of your kitchen at every step of the way: From site visit for measurement to proposing the final design and accessories that should be ordered.
Creating a modular kitchen is a step wise procedure that starts with site visit.
After finalizing the order, the kitchen will be ready in 3-4 weeks.
When you’ve made your kitchen with so much care and concern, taking care of it in a certain manner will help it last long. This is what you can do: