It was perhaps decades or so ago that kitchens were almost hidden entities in a house, ignored to the degree that people used to completely ignore them while choosing which house to buy. Cooking wasn’t really considered a ‘work’, and so it was not surprising why kitchens weren’t taken very seriously. But, fast forward to 2019, and we see the same old modular kitchens in Alappuzha, Bangalore and other Indian cities are playing a much different, a far important role. They have, in recent years, become like focal points of households, with families believing this space to bring everyone together in the house, giving it the warm feeling of a beautiful home.
A really big annoyance is usually caused by the amount of space that is wasted without much reason because of kitchen cabinetry. The way you see the basic drawers as well as shelves structured in the cabinets, make it leave a lot of space unused. And then on the top of it, whatever space is available to you, it most of the times is too small for some of the larger items you might want to place in there; or else, the space could be too wide to allow you to efficiently or even remotely properly organize the given space.
Bringing in Unique Cabinetry Ideas…
Kitchen storage unarguably forms one of the very foundations of a functional modular kitchen. For the storage space to be either ineffective or inadequate can easily be a source of everyday frustration over the various small and big challenges you’d be facing on a regular basis.
In order to counter such challenges, there are many modular kitchens in Alappuzha, Ahmedabad, and other modern Indian cities wherein owners are starting to take the issue seriously enough to look within the cabinetry for better storage solutions. Some of the widely used solutions are appliance garages (for smaller appliances), pull-out drawers for spices, roll-out trays, caddies for pots and pans, drawer dividers for utensils and cutlery, wastebasket cabinets for all the garbage and recyclables and/or you could also use deep drawers for the same, and so on. These are everyday solutions one can employ in their kitchens, and make it easier to store small appliances as well as foods and drinks.
It’s 2019 now, and this year looks like it will welcome such fascinating ideas to better the kitchen storage options we have right now. The aim is to make cooking really fun, and our daily lives in the kitchens as effortless as possible.