Chimney, a kitchen sink, a hob and /or a dishwasher
Kitchen shelves and accessories – These can be made from various types of material such as durable glass or wire, although stainless steel is most preferred as it is durable as well as stylish.
Baskets – These can be of several types although the plain basket is the most commonly used variety. Other types include the cup and saucer basket, the utensils basket, the plate basket, the vegetable basket, the cup and saucer basket and the cutlery basket. These are usually made of wire or stainless steel. Baskets give you extra storage space in the kitchen and can be fitted inside the modular kitchen cabinets.
Partition Basket: They come in standard sizes and can be customised as well. Baskets are very convenient for daily use as they come with drip and dry facilities; some of these come with extra compartments for added convenience and ensure all your utensils and crockery are neatly organised. Baskets come in several shapes and sizes and you can everything from small items to large utensils and jars, inside, depending on the size and design of your basket.
Pantry units – These are sturdy, large units, usually used in professional establishments such as hotels and restaurants. These are designed to fit inside larger cabinets. Pantry units come with compartments to make organisation easier.
Kitchen Holders – Items like round bin holders, napkin and foil holders, wine glass holders and spoon holders make life easier in the kitchen. These help you keep kitchen accessories within easy reach.
Pull-out shelves – These can be used to store various items, ranging from large containers to small bottles of syrup; everything within easy reach without making the kitchen looks messy and cluttered.
Tall units – These are regularly used in professional establishments but you can use them in your home if you have tall storage cupboards or free standingkitchen cabinets. Each unit comes with multiple shelves and some can be customised according to your preferences. Tall kitchen units are a great way to store a large number of items even in a small modular kitchen.
Modular Kitchen trolley – These are durable and larger in size to accommodate large and heavy containers of grain etc. You could choose from a variety of kitchen trolly designs and sizes, all of which can be fitted inside cabinets and/or kept outside separately.
Kitchen Carousels – These are usually placed in the corner to make sure every inch of your kitchen is properly utilised.
Kitchen Racks – The simplest way to store your utensils, these come in various shapes and sizes and can be customised to fit inside the cabinets.