Modular Kitchen Design
starting @ 80k*

Upgrade Your Kitchen

Woodfielf Craft is a platform that provides design ideas, products, and services for home renovation and decoration, including kitchen interiors. It offers a wide range of resources and tools for homeowners, architects, and interior designers to connect and collaborate on design projects. Woodfield Craft features a large database of photos and articles on interior design, as well as a directory of professionals who offer services such as kitchen remodeling, cabinetry, countertops, and more. Users can also purchase products from the platform’s online marketplace, such as furniture, lighting, and decor items for their kitchen and home. Overall, Woodfield Craft is a comprehensive platform for anyone looking to renovate or decorate their home, with a particular focus on kitchen interiors.

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There are several types of Modular Kitchens

Modular kitchens can be designed and customized to fit a range of budgets.

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Straight modular kitchen

This is the simplest and most basic type of modular kitchen. It consists of a straight counter with cabinets and drawers for storage.

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L-shaped modular kitchen

As the name suggests, this type of kitchen has a counter that forms an L shape. This design maximizes the use of space and provides plenty of storage.

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U-shaped modular kitchen

This type of kitchen has a counter that forms a U shape. It provides ample counter and storage space and is ideal for larger kitchens.

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Parallel modular kitchen

This type of kitchen has two parallel counters with cabinets and drawers for storage. It is ideal for narrow kitchens.

Island modular kitchen

This type of kitchen has a freestanding counter or island in the center of the kitchen. It provides additional counter space and can be used for cooking or as a dining area.

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G-shaped modular kitchen

This is similar to the U-shaped kitchen, but with an additional peninsula or counter that extends from one of the legs of the U. It provides even more counter and storage space.

Modular Kitchen Design
starting @ 80k*

Process of Woodfield Craft

Each design project will begin when a client delivers the designer a brief. The brief will outline what the client wants and our designer will carefully analyze all details given by the client. The success of an interior design scheme will depend not only upon the skills and creativity of the designer but their ability to answer the brief set by the client. A good brief will be as detailed and project-specific as possible. It will outline the client’s requirements and aspirations, set down a budget for work, and the time scale in which the project must be realized.

With the increase in design technology in recent years design concept designs can just as easily refer to 2D or 3D digital graphics as it can to traditional perspective drawings or floor plans. What remains consistently important is that your designs successfully display your ideas in a way that the client can understand and visualise. As well as the aforementioned perspectives it can also be useful to create ‘mood’ boards to help present the style and colour scheme of your design concept. A mood board is a type of poster design that may consist of images, text, colours or textures samples of objects to communicate ideas to the client.

This is the fun part. Realising your design concept and seeing it come to life. This stage may require sub sections of its own depending on the size of the project. However it is impossible to say exactly how as the number of variables is almost unlimited but what is important is to plan this stage extensively before you begin by preparing and clearing the space, ordering materials in advance and having them at hand on the day as well as hiring the staff required to get the project completed on time and within budget.

Reflecting on a completed design is important in order to ensure you learn from experience and identify the successful parts of the design to allow you to replicate them in future design projects as well as identifying the parts of the design that did not go well in order to avoid or solve them in future designs. It may also be useful to get the opinion of others at this stage if you fear you will be unable to objectively evaluate your own design. As well as the design itself it is just as important to reflect on your process and ask yourself some questions such as, did I meet the requirements set out in brief? Did I keep to the budget? Did I complete the project on time? If the answer to any of these question is ‘No’ then you you need to assess your design process and identifying flaws in it or areas where you can be more efficient.

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