Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Sleek Kitchen, the Most Affordable Option

After having waited for months to redesign my kitchen, I finally settled on a Sleek kitchen, after having done a lot of research and having heard a lot of positive reviews about Sleek World. My wait is finally over, as my new modular kitchen just arrived a week ago.

While the lively designs and classy patterns reeled me in, it was the price tag that caught my attention. Sleek World offers the best features and quality at the best price. As an Indian company that manufactures locally, their pricing can be a lot more competitive and it helps make modular kitchens affordable for Indian customers.

I bought a U-shaped kitchen that gives me greater convenience while working. The charcoal coloured cabinets are beautifully designed and match with the tiles and furniture of my adjoining drawing room. The cabinets and trolleys are strong and tough enough for daily use. I had the kitchen customized as per my needs, but the final product was better than I had imagined.

Ergonomic kitchen designing

Once you've seen a Sleek kitchen it will become fairly obvious that a lot of thought goes into the design. It follows ergonomics principles emphasizing a practical design that manages space efficiently. I am able to move freely in the kitchen while cooking, which makes working comfortable and convenient.

The kitchen is divided into varied sections, but these divisions are only functional, not visual. There is a storage area at the top, where all my food items are stored. The items are stored within easy reach. There is another storage area where utensils may be stored and regularly used plates, cutlery, and glasses are stored in the front, while others are kept behind.

The preparation area, which is the most important section, is spacious. I can keep all of my daily use items near me, while cooking. This saves a lot of time. The cooking area has a lot of storage and houses the stoves, chimney, microwave, hobs and utensils like cookers, and pans, among others.

The cleaning area has a sink and under-sink units, where I place two trash bins for dry and wet waste. There is also a small drawer, where detergent for washing utensils and other cleaning products can be kept.

This is in many ways is the kitchen of my dreams and it’s what I have been waiting for, for what would seem like an eternity. The only thing holding me back was my budget, but with the Sleek kitchens price range that was no longer a problem!

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