Modular Kitchen Cabinets

Modular Kitchen Cabinets Kerala

Modular Kitchen concept is very popular these days and most of us want a modular kitchen because of the trendy look and functionalities they offer. However, how much and what do we know about these kitchens?

Unlike traditional kitchens, they are made by putting together different modules to fit the size and utility of your kitchen.

Thus, these can be manufactured at the workshop and then assembled at home. These kitchens can be dismantled and reassembled as each kitchen cabinet is an individual module and not a single fixture.

As we said they are different modules, and they can be made of many materials. Selecting the right material for your kitchen makes all the difference in the durability, quality, look and feel of the kitchen. 

To take your worries, we have listed the most popular and durable materials that you can consider while doing your Modular Kitchens.

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Types of Modular Kitchen Materials

Types of materials for Modular Kitchens

One of the major consideration while choosing the modular kitchen cabinet is the base material to make the boxes or cabinets. Kitchen is being a very functional and frequently used place, they have to built with sturdy materials for durability and cleanliness. 


Types of Plywood for Modular Kitchen

Plywood is the first choice for almost all Modular Kitchen Interiors. That’s because they are durable, quality, affordable comparatively. They come in different grades which are categorized based on the ISI Standards. 

The two most common types of plywood that are widely used are BWP and BWR plywood. 

BWP stands for Boiling waterproof and BWR for Boiling water-resistant.

BWP and BWR plywood, both are engineered products made by binding together the layers of thin sheets of wood veneers at high pressure and temperature with resin or glue.

BWP Plywood is highly durable and can withstand regular wear and tear for considerable years. It also shows good resistance towards termites and pests when chemically treated with selected preservatives. The genuine marine-grade BWP Plywood can be easily identified by its ISI specification number – ISI:710. This number denotes that this plywood can withstand 72 hours of boiling water.

BWR Plywood is termite-proof plywood which makes it ideal for usage in areas that are extremely prone to the invasion of pests and termites. The ISI specification number for Commercial BWR grade plywood is – ISI:303.

We recommend BWP ISI 710 for Kitchens if your budget allows it. 

Multi wood or PVC Form Board

PVC foam board is made out of Poly Vinyl Chloride, which is used in furniture, building, and advertising industries. 

This PVC foam board is moisture resistant and corrosion-resistant. It is lightweight and also resistant to chemicals.

The overall thickness of the material will range from 6 mm to 45mm. It is feasible to engrave, emboss, paint, print, laminate and mill the surface of the foam board according to your requirements.

One of the most important feature of this foam board is that they will not decay with time and the colour won’t fade making it an ideal choice for Kitchen.

Wood-plastic composites or WPC Board

it is an Eco-friendly material that is emerging as an alternative to natural wood as well as plywood. It is a composite material that constitutes waste Wood fibres and thermoplastics. They are mixed together to form a base material possessing thick consistency. 

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Types of Modular Kitchen Finishes

When you Plan a Modular Kitchen or any Modular Furniture, the most important decision you have to make is about Finish. What material will cover the surface of all your cabinets/shutters and drawers?

4 Common types of Finishes you can choose from for your Modular Kitchen are :

1. Laminate Modular Kitchen Finish


A composite artificial material. The most commonly used finishing layer for MDF, plywood, particleboard, and wooden furniture. Essentially, a composite artificial material, they are made by pressing together thin layers of flat paper and plastic resins.

They are available in thousands of colour and design options. They also come in a glossy and matte finish.

2. Polyurethane or PU Painted Modular Kitchen Finish


PU or Polyurethane is a hard, strong, and stretchable polymer used as paints and coatings as protection covers. A PU coating is a protection cover.

PU paint is a premium range of coating which provides a smooth and luxurious finish to the wooden and metallic surface. PU coatings have high resistance against heat, excellent hardness, in-depth clarity, and corrosion-resistance. The PU coating prevents the furniture from moisture, scratches, dust, water, UV rays, weathering, and provides a beautiful look to the wooden furniture.

The PU gives a luxurious finish to the wooden furniture and protects them from scratches and stains. 

3. Acrylic Modular Kitchen Finish

Acrylic Modular Kitchen Finish

 Acrylic is a type of finish similar to the lacquer, acrylic is a non-toxic, reflective high gloss finish that can give cabinets a smooth appearance. It is available in a wide range of colours and will give a mirror-like look to your kitchen cabinets.

4. Lacquered Glass Modular Kitchen Finish

Lacqured Glass Modular Kitchen

Lacquered glass is a type of decorative glass that possesses a layer of colour coating on one of its surfaces. Hence, it is also known as back-painted glass. Made from a highly durable and opaque lacquer, this lacquered glass coating is baked and cured in the oven.

Types of Counter Tops for Modular Kitchen

Types of Countertops Modular Kitchen

There are many options available in the market for kitchen countertops, but 4 materials comprise the majority of countertops in home kitchens. They include granite, marble, quartz, and more. Each material has its positive and negative aspects. For instance, some are very strong while others can be scratched or marred. And some materials cost a lot more than others.

Granite Counter Top

Modular Kitchen Granite Counter Tops

Granite defines elegance in a kitchen. Even simple kitchens seem like luxury spaces by the beauty of granite countertops.

It is a very strong and durable material. However, it can crack if stressed or improperly installed. Also, this stone is porous and requires sealing to avoid stains.

Marble Counter Top

Modular Kitchen Marble Countertops

Another natural stone commonly used in kitchen countertops is a marble.  Because no two sheets of marble are exactly the same, each marble countertop will be entirely unique.

They are exceptionally beautiful stone, with unique veining. They are also waterproof and heatproof making them an ideal choice for kitchen

But being stone, they are porous and stains easily unless sealed. Also, it can be scratched and repairs are difficult.

Nano White Counter Top

Corian Modular Kitchen countertop

Nano white crystallised glass is commonly known as nano white or nano white marble because it replicates the look and shine of premium quality white marble. This material is primarily imported from China and is a great way to add sophistication and impart a high-end luxurious look to the home’s decor.

Quartz Counter Top

Modular Kitchen Quartz Countertop

Quartz countertops are man-made and consist of quartz chips or quartz dust bound together with resin. Usually, the composition is about 90-95% quartz to 5-10% resin. Quartz countertops made with chips have a mottled, speckled appearance since you can see the individual stones suspended in the resin.

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