In the lap of nature
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The enormous open-plan modular kitchen next to the staircase is minimalistic and done to perfection. An expansive island takes centre stage; covered in the same marble as that of the floors, it seamlessly blends into the room while the powder-blue cabinetry adds a hint of colour. Above the island hang three wire-frame pendant lights. Look at more modular kitchen designs on Houzz
2. Glass partitionsGlass partitions can replace the conventional brick walls and blur the boundaries between two adjacent areas of a home. Here, in this example, just see how glass brings in a sense of openness and visually integrates the interiors to give it a cohesive look.9 Glass Dividers That Help Make More Room
“The expansive open-plan modular kitchen has been kept relatively simple, with a large island taking centre stage,” Kesurvala says. The island is covered in the same marble that is used on the floors, which allows the large structure to blend into the room while the dusky blue cabinetry adds a hint of colour. Above the island hang three wire-frame pendant lights. One entire wall houses a closed storage unit clad in wood-finish veneer, with niches for appliances.
10. Firm: S A K DesignsThe long blue block of cabinets fills the kitchen with personality and looks especially striking juxtaposed with a white marble countertop and flooring. In this large modern kitchen, different finishes – laminate, marble and wood – come together to form a pleasing material palette.Tip: For marble flooring, you can choose from Makrana, Calacatta, Andhi, Rajnagar, Ambaji, Katni Beige, Udaipur Pink and many other stones that are native to the country.