Monday, March 14, 2011

Modular kitchen - fitted the carcass

The kitchen carcass has been fitted .. the tall unit, recess for the microwave, and corner , where the double-bowl sink will be fixed.

Am just having an L-shaped kitchen and have kept overhead cupboards to a minimum, to have more space. I have been feeling trapped in tiny kitchen so long, that for me, space matters more than anything else. the way I have planned things, all my stuff should fit well in the cabinets provided. Right now , it looks very light and airy... and the cabinets are mostly dark wood.
Still, hopefully it wont give the congested feeling that I have come to dread....!!


This portion comes after the corner . The chimney and hob will come after the overhead cabinets.


This is my sister in law's kitchen . I chose the dado/backsplash tiles for her. Her cabinets are Mahogany and Golden oak. The tiles we chose were an exact match to the red-tinted wood, but when they arrived, they were a shade lighter than the samples...I picked the light coloured tiles so that the red tiles do not overwhelm, and asked them to be put up in a checkerboard pattern... I think they look great..but maybe I am biased , so would like to know what YOU think ...!!

5 comments:

  1. looks fab swaps. cant wait to see the finished look... have been toying with a kitchen remodelling idea too... but have been scared... which modular kitchen supplier did you use?

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  2. Your kitchen is really coming along nicely, and your sister in laws is very pretty too!

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  3. Hi Swapna, I am back after a long break. You kitchen is coming along great and I love your tile selection and the checkerboard design. Looking forward to seeing more...

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  4. congrats swapna for ur new home!!!after a long time,here in ur space...missed ur webpage address......what type of wood have u chosen for kitchen mdf or ply or pvc

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