So, being a home designer I recently happened to take-on a project for MKG who is a retailer for modular kitchen units. Modular kitchen units are essentially a set of pre-manufactured cabinetry components that can be installed in your cooking space without the hassle of building them from scratch although the option is always available. This becomes a huge cost saver as these units are designed for common spaces in a kitchen and cost nearly 30-40% cheaper when compared to customized designs.
We first visited the client’s home and inspected his layout from where we discussed how best we could plan a design around their likes and functions of his family. Based on these inputs we then visited MKG’s store and presented the client with the numerous options available in overhead and under cabinetry models. The client could choose from a variety of styles, designs and cabinetry layouts making the kitchen design process a smooth and an easy one. The cabinets are also available in teak wood, mango wood, plywood and particle board materials. The choice of wood has an impact on the overall pricing of the entire unit. As these units were available in stock with the retailer, clients have a better idea of how a kitchen would look like before it is installed in their homes.
For many homeowners, planning a kitchen layout which would be functional to their every day needs and yet be convenient can sometimes be a daunting task which is eliminated by these modular installations as homeowners have a firsthand look and feel of how their kitchen would look like before the installation and accordingly changes can be made!
The installation process was also a quick an easy as once these units were chosen at the store, the installation team begun the installation process the following day. The entire process of installation took 4 days and the kitchen was handed over to the homeowners soon after. Overall the process of installing a modular kitchen was much quicker and easier as compared to building a customized unit from scratch.