Kitchens play an important role in the home, and the space available often dictates the practicality and aesthetic value of your kitchen design. This makes modular kitchens a vital segment of today’s homes. UCAN has narrowed down the pros of this design for creating a beautiful and functional space.
1. THEY ARE CHIC
When you are looking to bring a more contemporary look to your home, modular kitchens present a smarter and more modern choice. Their design is streamlined and sports sophisticated finishes, offering aesthetic value to have a running theme. Everything from the appliances to the cabinets are put together to complement each other, giving your kitchen a finished and professional look.
2. THEY COME IN A RANGE OF SIZES, COLOURS AND FINISHES
The primary advantage of modular kitchens is that they are extremely versatile, with a combination of tall units, wall storage, cabinets, drawers, floor-standing cabinets, dedicated shelves and space for appliances. The variety in designs is practically inexhaustible. There is a design to suit every kind of kitchen and this kind of flexibility is priceless.
3. THEY HELP TO SAVE SPACE
With efficient planning, modular kitchens provide more storage and better work flow. As it is well organised, with space for everything, a built-in kitchen doesn’t run the risk of looking cluttered. Furthermore, they save space by being compact and employing smart techniques to utilise space. Maximise your smaller spaces with efficient and aesthetically pleasing design.
4. THEY ARE DURABLE
The advantage of modular units is that they are hassle-free. They are built using high-quality plywood that is resistant to boiling water and has undergone treatment to allow it to handle moisture better. A modular kitchen is durable and easy to maintain. Some of the additional measures they take to make the kitchen last longer include lining the cabinet doors with aluminium, especially in water-prone areas such as sink cabinets. While the cabinet will still match the rest of the units, it will have added protection to make it durable.
5. THEY ARE EASY TO INSTALL
Unlike carpenter-built kitchens, which are made on site, thereby involving plenty of noise and debris, the manufacturing of modular kitchens is conceptualised in the vendor’s workspace, and they come ready to install. Another benefit is that they are also easy to dismantle so that one can reinstall the kitchen in a new home if one moves residence.
A significant factor to consider, especially for home owners who don’t want to wait forever while the carpenters complete the kitchen, is that modular kitchen cabinet systems take less time from design to installation and are easier to maintain. For a kitchen design that is efficient on time, space and installation, visit the UCAN website. Contact us for your DIY needs.