As the times have changed, traditional kitchen units have also been replaced by modular once. These prefabricated units are not only easy to put together. But can also be customized depending on the space available. Another great thing about modular kitchen units is that they come in a variety of colours and materials so that you can choose as per your preference. In today's ideabook we are going to show you 12 modular kitchen designs which have been created by Decor Dreams.
The thing that stands out with this beautiful modular kitchen is the mosaic pattern of the backsplash. The blue shade of the tiles perfectly complements the rest of the colour palette of the kitchen.
It is not essential that you leave the doors of your kitchen cabinets plane to make them look good. You can even try lining them off with lamination sheets as done by the Decor Dreams team.
Another great thing about modular kitchens is that you can combine units of different colours together. Here the designer has opted for a red and white interior which makes the kitchen look fabulous.
Small modular kitchens can also be made fully functional by adding extra ceiling cabinets like seen in this picture. You can even add a double row of shelves to get maximum storage area.
One of the most commonly used colours for modular kitchens is off-white. However, the Decor Dreams team has customized the entire look by adding national wood finish to some of the cabinets.
A sleek island can also complement your modular kitchen layout. Although, you should line it with a similar pattern to the rest of the space to make it look harmonious.
In case you want to customize the countertops of your modular kitchen then lining them with granite is also a great idea. This material will go well with any colour theme that you might incorporate.
One can also create an entirely black kitchen interior for it to stand out. More so, by adding stainless steel finish appliances to the room, you will be able to make it look in sync.
If you do not want a completely open modular kitchen then creating a semi-partition like this can also be a great alternative. It demarks the specific area yet giving you the feeling of openness.
For those of you who want to make their kitchen look bright and sunny opting for the combination of yellow and white is worth a short. Here the designer has painted the back walls with yellow while keeping the cabinets white which helps reflect light into every corner of the room.
You can even take inspiration from this picture and combine different colours together in your modular kitchen. Here the Decor Dreams team has lined the floor with red tiles whereas the counter is white and the walls are decorated with grey tiles.