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Plan
Your

Dream
Kitchen

Step 1

Determine your needs.

An Indian kitchen is a place where complex processes and a variety of ingredients bring to life recipes that are rich in flavours and colours. While planning your kitchen, it is important to determine your specific needs in line with your culinary habits and lifestyle.
Determine your need
Family Size And Lifestyle

Family Size And Lifestyle

Your family size, culinary habits, cuisine preference, storage requirements and lifestyle is an important criterion in determining your kitchen layout, finish and style.
Time

Time

A kitchen is the hearth of any Indian home. A space that nourishes the body and soul. We understand the importance of this and ensure that we deliver your kitchen in time without any delays.
Budget

Budget

Indian homemakers are value seeking, hence our designers help you design kitchens that fit your requirements and your budget. Our easy finance scheme help you get a kitchen befitting your lifestyle, without a compromise.

Step 2

Design the layout

A typical Indian kitchen is a busy hive of activity where complex processes and cuisine culture need to come together in perfect harmony. Hence, we use the right combination of 5-Z and 3-C principles to make every kitchen efficient and ergonomically friendly.
5 zone principle
5 Zone Principle
An “Intelligent/Dynamic” kitchen designed with the 5Z principle offers the benefit of shorter distances, ergonomic work processes and practical storage solutions
3C principle
3C Principle
The 3-C principle increases the efficiency of the kitchen area. Simply put, the 3-C principle stands for cooking (hob), cleaning (sink) and cooling (refrigerator). These are considered to be three vertices of a triangle, where the sum of distances between all three vertices should ideally be 20 feet for any kitchen to be efficient and optimised.

Kitchen Layouts

Straight Lined Kitchen
Straight Lined Kitchen
A straight kitchen has all the work sections along one wall and is ideal for a small space. This layout provides storage cabinets on the top and drawers at the bottom.
Parallel Lined Kitchen
Parallel Lined Kitchen
A Parallel kitchen has two platforms, along with crafty cabinets that run parallel to one another. They provides for separate cooking, prepping and staging area along with ample storage space.
L-Shaped Lined Kitchen
L-Shaped Lined Kitchen
L-shaped kitchens are perfectly aligned to the golden triangle rule. Efficient and organized, this layout offers two work zones in one kitchen and ample storage area which make them perfect for Indian lifestyle

Step 3

Choose the cabinets

Indian kitchens present unique challenges when it comes to storage types and materials. The cooking methods and storage needs make it necessary to provide materials that are durable, heat and water resistant, low on maintenance and a perfect combination of shapes and sizes

Types of Materials

Indian kitchens endure a tremendous amount of wear and tear due to the unique cooking and prepping style. Hence require materials that are heat stain, moisture resistant, durable and easy on to clean and maintenance
Duratuff
Duratuff
BWR Plywood
BWR Plywood
MDF
MDF
Forex
Forex

Types of Cabinets

Indian kitchens are all about storage, storage and more storage. Hence an ideal kitchen for an Indian home imust have a combination of tall, wall and base storage units that are weight bearing and have a place for everything.
Tall Units
Tall Units
Wall Units
Wall Units
Loft
Loft
Base Unit
Base Unit

Step 4

Choose organisers and accessories.

Indian kitchens need a place for everything. A careful selection of storage organizers and accessories makes it easy to keep essential appliances, cookware, groceries, spices and the likes, organized and handy
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Corner Organizers
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Storage Organizers
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Cutlery Organizers
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Other Utility Organizers
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Drawer Organizsers
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Midway Organizers
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Sink Organizers
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Cargotech with Inlets

Step 5

Choose the shutter finish

Indian kitchens are all about extensive heat cooking, greasy surfaces, chopping and cleaning.It is therefore important to choose finishes and colours that best suit your cooking style and lifestyle

Shutter Finishes

Finish’ is basically the outermost layer of your kitchen cabinets. Typically, you would choose the finish depending on how you use your kitchen.
Acrylic
Acrylic
Super Matt
Super Matt
Glax
Glax
Polymer
Polymer

Handles

Cabinets become functional only after they have been fitted with handles. Choose from a fine selection of handles that range from simple to ornate and from glossy metal to matte finish.

Step 6

View the kitchen in 3D

Once you have all the important aspects of the kitchen in place, it’s a good time to see your new kitchen in a 3 dimensional view. It helps you visualize your kitchen better and make changes if any in a much more real way.
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Step 7

Choose Appliances And Counter Tops

An Indian kitchen is all about form and function perfectly integrating to make life easier. Must have appliances for Indian kitchens are - chimney oven, microwaves, water purifier, dishwasher and the likes
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Kitchen Hobs
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Kitchen Chimney
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Dishwasher
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Water Purifier
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Lights
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Built In Oven

Counter Tops

The reason Indian food tastes so good is because of the amount of work that goes into making it. But the aftermath of cleaning and maintaining the countertop is a task in itself. We recommend options that are best suited for the Indian way of cooking.
Acrylic Solid
Acrylic Solid
Granite
Granite
Quartz
Quartz

Step 8

Complete the interior

The last step of planning your dream kitchen is to add the final finishing touches to the kitchen to complete the kitchen interiors.
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Dado
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Sink
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Faucet
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Flooring
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Electrical
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Paint/ Wallpaper