Modular Kitchen Designs

Check out popular modular kitchen interior designs amongst our 10,000+ happy customers.

A Bold Navy Blue And White Modular Kitchen Design

This royal blue and white modular kitchen with floral tiles is for those who want to make a statement. This kitchen design with clever storage options makes working easier and much cleaner.

Special Features
  • An oil and spice pull out.
  • Bi-fold lift up kitchen wall module.
  • A tall unit with in-built microwave and grill.
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A Blue L-Shaped Modular Kitchen Design With A Tiled Backsplash

This modular kitchen has floral printed tiles that make this space more charming. Inspired by the colours of the sea, this kitchen interiors is soothing to look at and spacious to work in with its clever storage solutions.

Special Features
  • An oil pull out.
  • A skirting drawer.
  • Cabinets with frosted glass.
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Stylish and Roomy Pastel U-Shaped Kitchen Design For Couples

The pastel shade of this kitchen lends a young and chic look perfect for urban couples. This kitchen provides ample free space for free-flow movement, perfect for couples who love to cook together.

Special Features
  • A kitchen designed in pretty pastel shades for a youthful and vibrant look.
  • The overhead cabinets have handled less storage units to keep all your pantry essentials.
  • A crockery unit with a frosted glass shutter to keep your expensive crockery and dinner set safe.
  • The base cabinet has drawers and multiple pull-out units for a hassle-free culinary experience.
  • A Quartz countertop to lend a luxury appeal to the entire space.
  • A heavy-duty chimney and in-built hob unit to keep your kitchen clean and oil-free.
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No two kitchens are the same! Choose colours and finishes for your lifestyle and personality.

Vibrant Red and Yellow Parallel Kitchen Design

This kitchen is designed in vibrant shades of red and yellow for a youthful vibe. The modular storage mechanisms give you a comfortable cooking experience, while the laundry utilises the space beautifully, making it a multifunctional area.

Special Features
  • A parallel kitchen designed in bright red and yellow colour combination for a cheerful vibe.
  • A combination of open and closed cabinets in the overhead area for ample storage and display space.
  • In-built hob with three wired drawers to store your utensils of different sizes neatly.
  • A microwave unit to free up your counter space.
  • Multiple cabinets and pull-out units to arrange your cooking essentials in an organised manner.
  • A laundry area on the side makes maximum use of available space.
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A Straight Shaped Kitchen With A Foldable Breakfast Counter

This straight shaped kitchen with a marble countertop is perfect for those who like to keep their cooking space simple and at easy access.

Special Features
  • An oil pull out to store bottles.
  • A marble countertop in white.
  • A tall unit with space for a oven.
  • Bottom cabinets and drawers in olive green.
  • Overhead cabinets in white.
  • A foldable breakfast counter for rushed mornings.
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A Modular Island Kitchen Design With An Accent Wall

Island kitchen design featuring a modular layout and a striking accent wall. Yellow and grey cabinets along with an accent wall make this kitchen look stylish and chic.

Special Features
  • An island in the centre with a hob unit and chimney above to cook and eat together.
  • Handleless cabinets in yellow and grey blend together beautifully.
  • An accent wall in textured paint brings in character to the space.
  • A tiled backsplash breaks the monotony of solid colours.
  • Two upholstered high chairs with gold legs have been placed as seating options at the island.
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G Shaped Kitchen Design In Blush Pink And White

This G shaped kitchen looks pretty with its blush pink with white colour scheme. A quartz countertop, a tiled backsplash and patterned floor tiles add an element of fun to this kitchen’s interiors.

Special Features
  • A quartz countertop in white.
  • Blush pink and white base and top cabinets for a balanced look.
  • A under the sink cabinet with a pullout dustbin.
  • A multicoloured tiled backsplash.
  • A dome shaped pendant light in white blends in seamlessly.
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A Modular Kitchen With Foldable Dining Table

This L-shaped kitchen designed in a grey and white combination is compact yet lends an elegant look. The wall-mounted foldable dining table for two provides space for a cosy meal time with your partner. The modular storage mechanisms like pegasus unit, oil pull-outs and box cabinets with frosted glass shutters add to the functionality of this kitchen space.

Special Features
  • Handle-less overhead shutters for a clutter-free look.
  • Multiple drawers and pull-out units in the base cabinets to provide ample storage for your utensils.
  • Pegasus unit to pull the crockery unit to your convenient height.
  • Box cabinet with frosted glass front and back lights to showcase your spice jars and bottles.
  • A wall-mounted foldable table to enjoy cosy meal time with your partner.
  • An in-built hob and chimney unit to keep your kitchen clean and oil-free.
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Kitchens Questions?

Modular or civil? L-shaped or U-shaped? Modern or rustic? Parrot green or white? Nothing in your home needs more decisions than a kitchen. To simplify the way forward,

FAQs on Modular Kitchen Designs


The cost of a modular kitchen can vary between 2.5 Lakh and go right up to 4 Lakh depending on the materials, finishes and accessories you choose.

Modular kitchens are exactly what they say they are – kitchens divided into ergonomic modules, each with a specialised role. Carpenter-made kitchens, conversely, aren’t always perfectly optimised to the space available, risking cramping your style and space. Explore the detailed guide to the difference between Modular Kitchen vs Civil Kitchen.

We cater to a plethora of kitchen styles and designs. We have custom-designed kitchens for 5000+ homeowners. Speak to our designers to translate your dream kitchen into your home. Check some of our popular modular kitchen design styles.

Yes, we can customise a design to any kitchen shape or size. DesignCafe is one of the best modular kitchen designers in India and has won multiple awards for its designs. Check out kitchen customisation options at DesignCafe.

There’s no easy answer to this question. The life of your kitchen rests on how well you treat it, and the materials you choose. The more resilient the materials, and the better your care and maintenance, the longer your kitchen will last.

We deal with an extensive range of materials and finishes, sourced from across the world. We have global vendor collaborations, which allow us to access the best quality materials from China, Italy and other material-rich countries.

The best materials to use for your kitchen are i ) Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is built with a single board produced by binding together multiple wood fibres. It is a common type of engineered wood, has a smooth texture to it and offers an excellent finish when paired with a suitable laminate. ii) Commercial Plywood: It is produced from a specific type of wood panel that is manufactured after being processed. Its surface is laminated and polished that gives it an excellent finish. iii) Boiling waterproof (BWP) is an excellent material to use in the base module structure as it is water-resistant making it an ideal choice of material for a wet area such as the kitchen. iv) High-Density High Moisture Resistant board is made by combining fiber chips, forest wood waste to form a single layer that makes it a robust higher density board. It is a durable material and used for kitchen shutters.

Common finishes for a modular kitchen include i) Veneer: Made of thin films of real wood veneer is commonly used in modular kitchens to give it a natural look and feel. It is typically used on cabinets, tops, and doors. ii) Laminates: Commonly known as Sun Mica in India) are the most commonly used finish in any modular kitchen and offers a great deal of durability for the price. It is usually made of plastic and an excellent substitute for natural wood and comes in a wide variety of patterns, colours and designs. iii) This finish is commonly used in kitchens due to its high resistance to staining and ease of maintenance. It is made of high-quality glass and comes in a variety of colours. Lacquer is extremely durable as it does not fade or lose its lustre over time. iv) Acrylic: Second to lacquered glass when it comes to maintenance, acrylics are used as a more affordable alternative in kitchens to give it the high gloss look of lacquered glass.

Yes, MDF isn’t as durable or resilient as plywood, and therefore, isn’t the best choice of material for the kitchen.

The best way to clean wooden kitchen cabinets is by creating a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and warm water. Pour your mixture into a spray bottle and lightly mist your cabinets, allowing the moisture to sit for about a minute, before wiping it off with a soft cloth. If you’ve got grimy cabinets that appear beyond redemption, try adding liquid dishwashing detergent to the solution.

The longevity of your modular kitchen hinges on the materials used. Marine plywood and water-resistant plywood cabinets, especially near water-affected areas, can augment the life of your kitchen. Other types of plywood may develop a weakened carcass due to water damage over time, so it’s wise to invest a little extra in quality materials to let your kitchen live longer.

When it comes to buying a hob and chimney, your decision should pivot on how much heavy-duty your kitchen pulls on the daily. If your kitchen is always a frenzy of activity, it makes sense to invest in a hob with at least four burners. Also, consider whether you’d like your hob freestanding or mounted onto your counter. For your chimney, root your decision in wattage, form and suction power. A hooded chimney is always more efficient than a straight-line chimney, so if you’re an avid home cook, you may want to go for the former to keep the fumes and odours out.

Yes, they do! You can rest assured we’ll customise your countertop to material and finish of your choice.

Yes, we can work around existing fixtures, although we might advise you to overhaul your countertop for something more suitable.

Of course! It’s your kitchen, after all! We give you the freedom to choose the style and material of your kitchen cabinets and give them an avatar that matches your design language.

Now if you own a modular kitchen and from a reputed brand then it will most likely be constructed with HDHMR wood or High-Density High Moisture Resistant wood panels that are engineered to tolerate high moisture and temperatures often found in kitchens. These cupboards are then sealed with finishes like laminate, acrylic, veneers or lacquered glass. So if you have a kitchen cupboard that’s finished with laminate, acrylic or lacquered glass, you may use your standard kitchen cleaning products to maintain them. Veneers are a little more sensitive to harsh chemicals as they are thin sheets of natural wood glued on to HDHMR. They are applied with a coat of varnish to protect them. However they don’t do well when exposed to strong cleaning agents.

The longevity of your modular kitchen hinges on the materials used. Marine plywood and water-resistant plywood cabinets, especially near water-affected areas, can augment the life of your kitchen. Other types of plywood may develop a weakened carcass due to water damage over time. So it’s wise to invest a little extra in quality materials to let your kitchen live longer.

At DesignCafe, our modular kitchens are perfectly planned to your kitchen dimensions and fitted with ergonomic layouts, innovative devices and space-maximising surfaces. They’re designed to let you do more with less, in terms of area, navigation and storage.

Yes, we offer a 10-year structural warranty on modular kitchens.

Yes, we offer a 10-year structural warranty on modular kitchens.

All our kitchen designs are crafted from superlative plywood. Since particle board is not as durable as plywood and doesn’t last as long, it doesn’t make the cut in our materials roster.

We use a range of brands for hinges and fittings, including Hettich, Ebco, Casa Boma and Hafele.

We offer a variety of materials and styles for kitchen shutters and doors. From roller and solid wood variants to acrylic and glass options, you’ll have a world of materials and designs to choose from.

At DesignCafe, our quality policy ensures our kitchen cabinets stand the test of time. Our designers use top-of-the-line marine plywood for sink-skirting cabinets and waterproof plywood for other water-affected areas.

Our modular kitchen packages are tailor-made to your requirements. Let us know what you need, and we’ll create an accessories suite to your liking!