There are certain steps which you can follow which would help you to get a modular kitchen.

  • Before buying a modular kitchen, have a clear understanding of the available space that you have.
  • Remember the kitchen triangle concept in order to make proper movement between the stove, sink and refrigerator for a smooth flow of work.
  • Plan your electrical fixtures smartly depending on the kind of appliances you need.
  • Make the optimal use of the available space by organizing your household items.

For a modular kitchen, the best material that you can choose is Boiling Water Resistant (BWR) or Boiling Water Proof (BWP). Other than these materials you can also choose materials like particle board and high-density-high-moisture-resistant board, which is called HDHMR in common words.


Do not use PVC for your kitchen interiors like for cabinets and other items, as PVC is made up of plastic and is not resistant to high temperatures. But if you want to use it as a skirting material for kitchen base areas, then you can easily use them as they have high water-resistant capabilities.

Usually, for a modular kitchen, it costs in between Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh,depending on your choices. The price primarily depends on factors like:

  • Size of the Kitchen
  • Cabinet material and for the finished look of the kitchen
  • On kitchen accessories
  • On kitchen Appliances

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