Thursday, March 20, 2014

Modern Indian Kitchen

One can forget its space for few hours, but can’t forget a room when hunger calls. These days, though everyone has a room for themselves, but a kitchen where food is cooked and served remains close to the heart, be it’s a man, woman or child.

The kitchen has an important role to play in every day’s household chores. Hence the idea of planning the Indian kitchen should be given as equal importance as interior d├ęcor.

Indian kitchens always have space constraints, but one smart step will lead to the maximization of the space. If you consider joint families in India, there are a lot of people who become a part of the kitchen. The size of the kitchen should be planned and designed by considering size of the family. A large kitchen should be remodeled in such a way that there should be sufficient place for movement. A very important aspect of the modular kitchen design is the use of the principle “Work Triangle” which calls for easy movement between the 3 focal points of your kitchen, namely, the sink, refrigeration and hob. This principle forms the basis of every Sleek kitchen for ease of accessibility. The kitchen usage is divided and hence 2 people working in the same modular kitchen makes cooking easy and faster. 

Also, if you look at today's scenario the kitchen is like the hub of home. An open kitchen is encouraged by families and friends to cook, eat, entertain, and share daily life story. Your kitchen usage, if planned, designed and executed well, can make socialising truly enjoyable; whether it is two people sitting down for a midnight snack after a weekend night out, the daily family meal or a birthday celebration etc. Our Sleek kitchen designers too are creating layouts that encourage comfortable interaction. The kitchen island is the perfect place to balance gatherings ensuring that hosts can cook, have fun, clean while they socialise with their guests. 

The latest evolution in kitchen design incorporates research where the application of the ideas and concepts helps to increase the sense of well-being in the kitchen. This type of open modular kitchen design plan is called the Active Living Spaces. It is a trendy concept and can be well adapted to the Indian kitchen, especially in nuclear families living in the cities. It can be done by carving out a corner where a small table with two or three bar stools or even chairs can be placed around the table. It helps in socialising or helping the kids with their studies, homework, projects etc. while continuing to work and cook in your kitchen.

So now select your type of kitchen, or just walk into a Sleek outlet where you can view and understand the efficient ways of kitchen usage.

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