In the last 40 years, Modular Kitchen Designs have become a trend. It is done by assembling individual units into the skeleton frame of the kitchen. Modular Kitchen Designs are built to fit and are easy to install. They are much cheaper compared to a bespoke kitchen. With the advent of modular kitchens, people need not wait for months to find a specialist and get it done. There are various styles of Modular Kitchen Designs on the market. Open plan, Industrial, Handle less, and multi-texture are a few to name. Let us look at the latest trends in Modular Kitchen Designs that are trending in India.
Pastel Teal Cabinets
With an open plan kitchen that opens up into the living and dining areas, this space is truly a ‘family space.’ The topaz green and grey color pattern is interesting, but the truly ‘wow’ factor of the kitchen is the breakfast bar with high stools. Another important aspect of this design is that the kitchen opens up into the kitchen garden right outside the door.
Designed by : Foresight Associates
Location: Bill-road -Vadodara
Principal Designers: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel & Azaz Saleh
Text Credit : Khevana Dixit
Photography Credit: Tejas Shah
Deconstructed Modular Kitchen
Connecting the dining with the colors theme transition of the breakfast table to the kitchen space makes the whole design into layers of pastel shades.
Designed by (Firm Name): Paperish a Design Studio
Location: Himmatnagar, Gujarat
Principal Architect(s): Disha Kotadia & Honey Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Nilkanth Barucha
Eclectic Checks and Blues
This classic, chic, retro kitchen is functional to the core. From small niches for easy access of daily utilities to bigger ones for appliances. The striking vintage chequered floor compliments the unconventional peach n blue cabinets. The gold knobs and the wooden ceiling resonate with the theme.
Firm Name: Da Namah Design Studio
Location: Borivli west, Mumbai.
Principal designer: Namrataa Shetty & Neil Cresto.
Photo credit: ©Photographix | Sebastian Zachariah
Monochrome Marble Finish
With the ever increasing chaos in our day to day modern lives, a home with tranquillity and serene atmosphere with lush greens seems like a distant dream for most people.
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Designed By : Design Dialogue Studio
Location : Hyderabad
Principal Architect : Prashanthi , Amulya
Photograph Courtesy : Monika Sathe Photography
Wooden Cubes Over MDF
the kitchen has an expansive spread that capitalises upon the large footprint and pairs functionality with state-of-the-art services. White and umber tones are punctuated with natural light galore across the span of the day. The island counter introduces additional storage and a secondary spot to dine within the kitchen and is dotted with wooden pendant lights true to the palette.
Design By : Design Studio Associates
Location : Vadodara, Gujarat
Photography Credit : Yogi Trivedi
Principal Architect : Ar. Ruchir Sheth
Marble Breakfast Bar Island
This project is An apartment space on the 4th floor of a 5-floor residential apartment. It’s a single dwelling on each floor, with each floor plate having one family. All of them being friends, they built it together.
Designed by: Dev & Kaushik Architects
Principal Architect: Kaushik Abhinav, Nikhil Dev
Photography: Ricken Desai
Black Kitchen Island in Neutral
The black granite island gives a perfect contrast to the pearly marble and ivory white modular kitchen. The white profile lighting along the kitchen platforms exemplifies the entire space.
Principle Designer: Rimpy Shah
Location- Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Photographer: Inclined studio
Italian Modular Kitchen
The entire design process revolved around highlighting the carefully crafted kitchens and making them stand out in the space. The main purpose of the design was to build its interiors around the products to make them the showstoppers.
Design Firm: I.E- Design
Principal Designer: Shreya Anand
Photographs: Ricken Desai
An Amalgam of Materials
The open kitchen layout along with the custom made dining table invites casual conversations over meal preps while the informal window seats provide the perfect reading corner.
Architecture Firm: K&M Design Studio
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Lead Architects: Ankur Manchanda, Konda Sri Harsha
Photo Credits: Ankur Manchanda
Maintenance Free Kitchen
Multifunctional and maintenance-free kitchen with ultra-modern storage systems that are customized to suit the specific needs of the client. The counter length provides ample working space. This is a perfect combination of a modern and minimalistic kitchen with ample utility space.
Designed by: Midas Luxury Interiors
Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Principal Designer- Rachana Goyam
Photograph courtesy: Ganesh Vetrivel
Beige with Marble Backsplash
An aesthetic kinship was developed that helped created the plush 2000- square feet; an apartment in Surat’s lavish residential area of VIP road. Keeping in mind the client’s bold, glamorous and social personality, we designed a space that would be open to experimentation yet remains reflective of the owner’s personality. The house is designed to incorporate the lifestyle of the client.
Design Studio: Prayog Design Studio
Principal designers: Nirav Jariwala,Nikunj Dakoria,Charmy Sarvaiya,Sonali Dakoria
Picture credit: Parth khatri
Blue-White Acrylic Cabinets
Combing the dining and open kitchen can feel like an interior challenge. The motive was to create separation while restoring the open flow of space. The segregated spaces for the kitchen platforms have been positioned cleverly while adding abundant storage. The subtle ceiling lights offer a lot of brightness to space.
Firm: Skyline Interiors
Location: Ahmedabad Location
Principal Architect: Manali Pandya
photography: Hiren Rawal
Kitchen Cabinet Lights
Grey Laminate on White
The Grey cabinets in the Modular kitchen (KITCHEN’S GURU-Surat) give the pristine white a pop of colour and make it a bit warm in turn doing justice to the neutral colour theme of the house.
Design firm: Studio 4-Architecture and Interior designer
Principal designers: Sagar Shah and Husain Cinemawala
White Base on Wood Laminate
The open Dry Kitchen is modular with inbuilt appliances which gives a minimalistic look and we have a wet kitchen also for the typical Indian cooking leading into a store room.
Designed By: The Canvas Design Strokes
Location: Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Photograph courtesy: Ricken Desai
Designers: Anjali Sahni & Komal Agarwall
Veneer Base Cabinet Kitchen
The effective modular kitchen is the process of combining layout, surfaces, appliances, and design details to form a cooking space that is easy to use and fun to cook and socialize in. A fresh material palette of minimal and neutral shades is used giving the kitchen a modern look. There is a total of 11 appliances along with under counter washing machines and dishwashers that have been incorporated inside the kitchen making it a multi-utility space.
Designed by: Design Storie
Location: Kandivali East, Mumbai
Principal Architect: Janvi Mehta
Photograph courtesy: Photographix India
Floating Modular Kitchen
The kitchen here is designed to exemplify modern characteristics with its sober flooring, the wooden ceiling and subtle tones of grey where The element of chimney hangs like an artefact with the sleek finish thus attaining neatness in its design approach
Designer Firm: Line Design Studio
Principal Designers: Akash Dodhiawala & Pooja Shah
Photography: Akhil Patel
Grooves in Frost Blue
Grooving pattern in frost blue shade has been created onto the units in the serving area. The same shade flows all the way in the Kitchen area.
Designed by : The Crossboundaries
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Principal Designer: Harsh Boghani
Photograph Courtesy : Ashish Chakroborty
Blue Highlights on Grey
On the east side of this area are the living, family living, dining and kitchen organised in free plan with overlapping spaces to allow visual connect and constant engagement with family members. The bedrooms lie on the other side. All these spaces either open into each other, in the 80’ long north facing front balcony or standing balconies on the ulterior sides.
Principal Architect: Ar Urvi Shah
Photographer: Tejas Shah Photography
Beige Cabinets with Tinted Glass
A combination of rose gold laminate with a beige rustic finish caesarstone countertop and dado adds a soothing look.
Designed by: studio8055
Location : Secunderabad, Telangana
Principal Architect: Sharma Athreyasa
Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai
Modular Kitchen Corner Window
Kitchen has a neutral palette with modular furniture and classy bar chairs with wooden hanging lights. The multifunctional floor space has twists and turns with eye catching elements at every corner.
Designed by: IKS Architects
Location: Rajkot, Gujarat
Principal Architects: Kushal Shah, Ishita Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi
Sunlit Modular Kitchen
With the living, double height dining and kitchen on one side extending into a beautiful garden presenting serene views. Each of these spaces, demarcated from one another by sliding-folding doors, are designed to present solitary behaviour as well as act cohesively when used in conjunction.
Designed By : TRAANSPACE
Photography By: Umang Shah
Lead Architect: Urvi Shah
Kitchen With Window Wall
“Luxury is in each detail” furniture with earthy woody elements was selected like the wooden finish dining chairs upholstered in artificial leather & a wooden top dining table covered with glass top. A free-standing basin from Cerasa was the perfect selection for a common dining area basin. A beautifully crafted white coloured basin complimenting the metal screen.
Designed by: FSND
Principal Architect: Rajesh Kathe & Sohil Valia
Photograph Courtesy: Studio SP Photography
Satuario Modular Kitchen
The pristine white satuario kitchen showcases elegance and class, with the wooden inbuilt console adding the touch of warmth to the Kitchen.
Designed by: ZZARNA SSTUDIO
Location : 143 Kanha Residency, Kalali, Vadodara
Principal Architects: Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Sagar Bhavsar
Fluted Veneer Cabinets
Constructed on a plot size of 2970 Sq.ft, “Kalptaru” began at a rather sweet note where the homeowners were a simple, close-knit family who wanted a humble abode that hits a sugary note with every culturally-steeped, modern and contemporary elements.
Designed by: Nirman Solutions
Location: Banswara, Rajasthan
Principal Architects: Manoj Jain & Amisha Jain
Photograph Courtesy: Abhishek Shah
Cabinet Plantation Nook
The kitchen has been designed keeping functionality in mind. The modular cabinets with dual counters give ample storage and plenty of space to work around the kitchen. The green tiles above the stovetop that function as a backsplash are handmade.
Designed by : Robust studio
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Mrugini Pandya
Photograph Courtesy: Pixellus Photography
Pop of Blue in Neutral
Adjoining kitchen serves as the source of prudent interiors. It has its own materials, color selections has been defined by balancing a bold color with the neutrals similar to breakfast table.
Designed by: Tvashta Architects & Interiors
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architects: Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar
Pitch Black with Veneer
The views of Mumbai are enjoyed through the airy and spacious space of this dwelling. The jounce of furniture and sophisticated opinions of the materials define spaces with a radical hunch
Designed by: AVVO
Location: Matunga, Mumbai, India
Principal Architect : Ar. Raj Kothari
Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Sagar Mandal
Mint Green Open Modular Kitchen
The bespoke cabinetry in mint green steals the show here. The modular kitchen mixes in beautifully with the overall motif, thanks to custom cabinets, a breakfast counter, and ample lighting. The mint green cabinetry adds a pop of color to the kitchen and gives it a unique touch. The custom cabinets and breakfast counter make the kitchen functional and stylish, while the ample lighting makes sure that every corner is well-lit.
Designed by: D’LIFE Home Interiors
Clutter-Free Modular Kitchen
Apart from this, all the appliances and their functioning are planned in a way that they remain concealed; thus, aiding a clutter-free experience. Adequate shelves at eye level make the cooking experience furthermore convenient.
Designed by : Kalpavriksh
Location : Mumbai
Principal Architect : Ar. Vaibhavi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Prashant Bhat
Interplay of Volumes
Italian dining table set adds the glory in the room by bringing in class element highlighting the perfect Italian craftsmanship in the corner of the luxurious room providing pleasure and pride to the family on everyday meal.
Designed by : Anamedesigns
Location : Ahmedabad
Principal Architect : Aanal Bhatt
Photograph Courtesy : Rockbrand Inc
Artificial Granite With Pastel Mint
The kitchen, The Mint pestle colour cabinets stand out and make a bold statement in the modern modular kitchen adorned with Italian Marble. Kitchen platform is having Gray artificial granite finish on top and mint contrasting look has been created using glass finish drawer with black profile handles and also mint glass with profile shutters for overhead storage.
Designed by : Karya Design Studio
Location : Bharuch, Gujarat, India
Principal Designer : Dhruv Mehta
Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi
Yellow Print Ernestomeda Kitchen
The kitchen sports white concrete look alike finish – these are Ernstomeda kitchens by FCML. The back splash adds a refreshing pop in mustard these are from Bharat Flooring.
Designed By: Purple Backyard
Principal Designer: Kumpal Vaid
Photography: Ishita Sitwala
Sleek Finger Pull Cabinetry
This 2300 sq.ft. carpet area 4BHK apartment with a cozy study room owned by a business family is located at Borivaliwest (Mumbai) and houses a family of six members. Being on the higher floor, it receives ample daylight and breeze through it’s bay windows.
Design firm: Gaurang Jawle & associates (GJ Associates)
Location: Borivali West
Photography: Mr. Ravi Kanade
Fresh, Minimal and Neutral
Earthy and Stainless Modular Kitchen
We were looking for a permanent solution to a kitchen that was affected by flooding in the area and a stainless kitchen is what we turned to! Let us know what you think.
Fact FileDesigned by : Hiraya Design Studio
Principal Architect: Apeksha Naik
Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio
Wooden Blinds in Neutral White
The Kitchen takes forward the neutral colour palette of grey and white. A cherry shaped bauble pendant light and wooden blinds make this functional space come alive.
Project:- Residential Show Flat , 2BHK at Spenta Alta Vista for Spenta Enclave Pvt Ltd
Interior Designers: – Quirk Studio
Photography Credit: – Sebastian Zachariah – PHX India
Spanish Tile Kitchen Backsplash
We divided the kitchen into the wet zone which contain the washing and drying activities and the dry area where the cooking and storage happen. The entry of the kitchen was modified and a sliding glass door added which allows privacy and visual access whenever needed.
Designed by: The Design Chapel
Location: Yari Road, Andheri West, Mumbai
Principal Designer: Preshita Shah Gupta
Photograph Courtesy: Biju Gopal
Sleek Cerulean Cabinetry
This residence is designed with barcode system which symbolizes open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, inspiration, and sensitivity. This abode is a cool- headed place to a family of 3, located in a gated residency in Rajkot. This bungalow is 1600 sqft.
Designed by: DA Studio
Principal Designer: Dhara Ajmera
Photograph Courtesy: Bhargav Thobhani
Spacious ACP Modular Kitchen
We were commissioned to design a home for a family of six. The brief demanded a house that was earthy, timeless, peaceful and elegant, fresh and vibrant at the same time. Each person was different and hence the individual rooms had to tell different stories and the over all house had to form a coherent one.
Project Name: Saket Residence
Project Location: Surat, Gujarat
Photography Credits: Pratikruti09
Teak Laminate on Spanish Tile
Teak laminate combination with Spanish tiles. Black and Grey with white back-painted Glass used as a writing board for Kitchen groceries.
Firm: An Designs
Principal Designers: Nikita Dagli Mehta.
Photography Credits: 32 Farvari Production
A Splash of Moroccan
With the Kitchen overlooking the bar, it was essential to keep the design harmonic and keep the focal attention to the seating zones. Hence the kitchen’s design was kept muted, with a monochrome wall done in a lavender shade and beige interiors, where the only design element which provided a different visual focal locus was the patterned tiling underneath the kitchen cabinets.
Location: Gurgaon, Haryana
Design Team: Meena, Vishal, Akanksha& Kiran
Flush Front Kitchen Cabinets
It’s hard to design a space that is refined, contemporary, and elegant while having a strict budget and a layout wherein any sort of modulation to space was out of bounds. We have managed to create a subtle and elegantly stylish compact flat within 2000 sq. ft area. The site is located in the busiest area of Vadodara city but when you enter the campus it gives a serene & calm feel. An industrialist couple with a son & daughter occupies the space.
Firm : Usine Studio
Location : vadodara
Design Team : yatin kavaiya & jiten tosar
Photography : Mr. Tejas shah
Parallel Modular Kitchen
The parallel shaped kitchen with a high spec modern technologies and artificial stone countertop with fresh furniture in white and grey and sleek open breakfast counter is designed to be a light space that beautifully blends in.
Firm: aplus design
Location: Vesu, Surat, Gujarat.
Designer: Ravi Gajjar.
Photography: Bhavesh Raghavani.
Dado Kitchen Backsplash
Kitchen with a Grey Kalinga Stone counter top and BLUE colour under counter storage running in C shape with black profile handles and above storage in white Glaks along with same grey stone dado back splash give timeless look and also give the space sophisticated style.
Designed by: Bt-desiign
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Bhavisha Thakur
Photograph Courtesy: Bizou.photos
Beige, Brown and Grey
A dreamy kitchen design to take away the cooking sorrows once and for all! The fusion of pastel blue with beige and brown shades makes this kitchen design a masterpiece. The customized resplendent backsplash design elevates the beauty of this kitchen to new heights. Try a new recipe or go for the same old routine; this kitchen design will surely keep your creativity flowing.
Designed by: 9 Degree Design Studio
Principal Architect: Chirag Mehta
Photograph courtesy: Inclined Studio
A Chic Blue Duco Counter
The structural elements that previously weren’t a help to the designers posed as a framed puncture to connect the expanse of the kitchen through the means of a chic Blue Duco breakfast counter designed by the team at Studio Skapa.
Designed by: Studio Skapa Architects
Location: Basvangudi, Bangalore
Principal Architect: Charita Kishore Rupa
Photograph Courtesy: 𝗡𝗮𝘆𝗮𝗻 𝗦𝗼𝗻𝗶
Vibrant Hints of Blue
The color palette of the kitchen perceived to be neutral with shades of beige and veneer along with vibrant hints of blue. The subtle bold design of dining area narrating both fun & warmth through accessories and dim lighting
Designed by: – IDC Designs
Location: – Ahmedabad
Photograph courtesy: – Inclined studio
A Scandinavian Modular Kitchen
we see the pastel kitchen on the left with brick and lime wash textures giving a breezy feel. Kitchens are always designed keeping in mind the client’s priorities since it requires maximum storage and ease of work circulation.
Interior Firm: Designer’s Circle
Photo Courtesy: Inclined Studio
White Brick Pattern Over Wood
The brief was to have ‘clean and neat lines’ and ‘no projecting handles’. They wanted a maintenance-free home. Colour palette played an important role in this project as the husband favored the colour blue but also wanted to incorporate his wife’s love for greys. They wanted to convert one bedroom into an entertainment/ guest bedroom which also connects with the master bedroom through a window opening between the rooms.
Designer – Anushka Contractor
Location – BKC, Mumbai, India
Photography by- Sagar Padwal
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