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A team of Italian designers and a team of Indian designers work together to design what we term as Inditalian kitchens

Modular kitchen means that everything is produced in the factory in different modules

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We utilize all latest German and Italian technologies to achieve top quality product that matches to any international standards.

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The first thing you need to consider, when you start designing your kitchen, is the type you want to choose. Kitchens, indeed, are divided in different categories: masonry kitchens, fully fitted kitchens, kitchens with custom furniture and freestanding kitchens.
Once you have chosen the type of kitchen you prefer, you need to think about how to put the furniture in the room. In order to do that, you obviously need to take some necessary features into considerations, like the space you have at your disposal, the position of doors and windows, of sockets and waste pipes. On these features can depend the choice of the type of the kitchen: if the space you have at your disposal is difficult to furnish, indeed, you might have to choose a kitchen with custom furniture or a fully fitted kitchen. Once you have studied the space you have at your disposal and the position of sockets and waste pipes, you can decide how to put the furniture in the room. Depending on the way the furniture and household appliances are put in the room, the kitchen is called single line kitchen (when pieces of furniture are all lined up along one wall), two-way gallery (when the furniture take up two parallel walls), L-shaped (furniture on two contiguous walls), U-shaped (when the furniture take up three contiguous walls), or kitchen with insula and peninsula.
You might also want to choose a so-called “special” kitchen, conceived to meet special needs. For problems of space, for example: in our cities there are many flatlets and one-room apartments, where space is very limited, and a “normal” kitchen might not be fit for such a limited space. This is why some kitchen manufacturers have decided to launch mini-kitchens which include all the necessary features of a kitchen, perhaps scaled-down if compared to traditional kitchens: from the sink to the oven, from the hob to the cupboard, from the fridge to a little dishwasher, mini-kitchens are equipped with all that is necessary. Another type of special kitchen includes sliding kitchens, the ideal choice for multifunction spaces, like one-room apartments or open spaces, where you might need to hide the household appliances or other features of the kitchen. Moreover, when you choose a kitchen you might have some special aesthetic needs. This is why kitchen manufacturers have conceived multimedia kitchens, which have technological features which add something more to the kitchen, turning it into a relaxation area or a room where to welcome guests.
In conclusion, the choice of the kitchen obviously depends on the style you prefer. If you have a country house that you would like to furnish it to make it in keeping with the external landscape, for example, you can choose a rustic or a country kitchen, while if you prefer another type of furnishing for your house, modern, contemporary or hi-tech kitchens might be what you are looking for. If you want to play it safe, and you have chosen a more neutral style for your house, you can decide to buy a classic kitchen.

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