Vibrant Collections

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A kitchen – sometimes called the heart of the house – is more than just a place to cook. It’s a place for love, experimentation, and a place to explore your boundless creativity. It can be a hangout spot for catching up over morning coffee or morph into a workspace for master chefs in training.

Kitchens have evolved from their traditional purpose of just housing kitchen equipment. For instance, many of the best modular kitchen interior designers in Chennai now add a counter/nook that serves as a breakfast table, or even an exclusive corner for your home bar. Thanks to innovative modular solutions, you can create a kitchen of any shape, size or form. From wood to vinyl, to the style of your cabinets – personalize this space to your heart’s content.

The types of the kitchen finishes are as follows 

  • PU finish
  • Glass finish
  • Laminate finish
  • Acrylic finish
  • Veneer finish

All About Modular Kitchens

Modular kitchens are seen as the epitome of functionality and aesthetics. They optimize space in style, leaving no dead corners. From the space under your sink to the space in the corners, it can all be turned into functional storage units to house your cutlery, groceries, and other cooking essentials.

Modular kitchens are easy to customize. It can be made to match your exact preferences. One of the greatest advantages of modular kitchen design is that the cabinets are made to fit the kitchen space. There is almost no scope for errors. Furthermore, if you decide to replace kitchen parts such as handles or glasses, that can be done easily as well.

Kitchen Working Triangle

The work triangle is a time-tested kitchen design guideline that helps plan out efficient kitchen workspaces with clear traffic lanes.

Imagine a triangle that connects your cooktop, your sink, and your refrigerator. This is the work triangle. According to the guidance of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, each leg of the triangle should measure between 4 and 9 feet. This allows a cook to reach their cooking, cleaning, and food storage areas with ease while providing enough space between them to avoid crowding. We at Vibrant follow this time-tested process to the “T.”

Tandem Box

Pro-Motion Drawer Systems in Modular Kitchens

If most of your storage items are set to go under your counter, then the drawer system is your go-to modular kitchen accessory. These drawers trump cabinets as they use the wasted space that cannot be fully utilized.

Tandem box drawer systems offer shallow as well as deep storage space. They come with sturdy metal sides that open out to their entire length so that all of your items are fully visible. These drawers, even when loaded to their maximum capacity, ensure the items inside are not entirely displaced when closed suddenly. Tandem boxes can carry more weight and are more durable when compared with conventional telescopic channels.

Tall Units

Larder pull-outs in modular kitchens

Tall units are an integral part of kitchen design, especially in cases where one needs to store vast amounts of groceries or items with long shelf lives. These versatile modular kitchen accessories utilise vertical spaces and function like a pantry for kitchens that do not have one.

These units, when closed, look like a part of the kitchen walls, giving the space a clean look while housing various items from oil and seasonings to wine, munchies, and more in differently-sized drawers and shelves. The hideaway kitchen storage provides a cool, dry place that helps preserve delicate items and protects them from heat, sunlight, and moisture.

Tall units are very functional because they allow you to store various items in a single space.

Pocket Doors

A pocket door is a sliding door that, when fully opened, disappears into a compartment in the adjacent wall.

Pocket doors are used for architectural effects or when there is no room for the swing of a hinged door.

They can travel on rollers suspended from an overhead track or on tracks or guides along the floor. Single-door and double-door versions are used, depending on how wide an entry is desired.

Pocket doors give us the extra option of choosing to keep the doors open if needed. Pocket doors work best in kitchens, wardrobes, bar units, and other storage spaces as well.

Utility pull-outs

Pull-outs make the best use of narrow spaces in the kitchen. Usually installed near the dishwasher or towards either end of the kitchen, these modular kitchen accessories are designed with narrow shelves, making items easy to spot and access.

Pull-outs are available in multiple widths and ranges and can be used to store diverse items like canned foods, bottles, jars, cleaning agents, and more. They can even work as a mini pantry in a busy kitchen where guests can help themselves.

There are several pullouts that are very convenient and save a ton of space. Oil pullout, broom pullout, and under-sink utility pullout are a few examples.

Corner Carousel Unit

Most of the time, corner spaces in kitchens typically go unused. However, you can access the most redundant corners of your kitchen with savvy solutions such as the LeMans corner and cabinets designed especially for the same. The former features kidney-shaped pull-out shelves that rotate beyond the standard 90 degrees so that they fully retract into the back. The latter are usually deep, diagonal drawers that make good use of the corner space. Other solutions include Dee-Tray, Magic Corner, and more.

These clever, easy-access modular kitchen accessories are a boon, especially for small kitchens, as they can be installed in both upper and lower cabinets.

Following are majorly used when it comes to corner units in kitchens

Under Sink Water Purifier

Water purifiers under the sink are not only a great solution for space-saving, but they also help with the overall aesthetics of the kitchen when the purifier is neatly tucked underneath the sink. The purifier is connected to a separate tap above the sink, which makes it very convenient to fill out and consume water.

Under-the-sink RO purifier, like any other purifier, is equipped with various purification processes that remove various types of impurities from water to make it safe for use.

The tap of the water purifier can be installed on the countertops next to sink/washbasin so that you can use purified water not just for drinking but also for cooking.

Here’s a look at what we’ve created for clients in the past. Get inspired for your own kitchen!