Saturday, 7 June 2014

We are proudly anounceing the launch of
It is a product of SEA bauformat.
Manufacutred in the  world’s first fully automized manufacturing plant
for BWP plywood kitchens made in Germany!
Like in all our kitchen we only use Blum fittings.
We offer you a Lifetime warranty.

You can cook it, boil it abuse it.

Product Details
72 hours boiling-waterproof-plywood
Emission free (E0,5), waterproof & termite proof
Over 300 stunning finishes
Over 20,000 different modules
Completely calibrated & FSC compliant
Decor thermal stability -30° to + 150°

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

                                                       Design Miracle "The Climber"

 Wall unit Climber:  Exclusively developed by the company Häcker Kitchen, the Climber wall unit does not only find its place in the kitchen. Owing to its elegant and completely new design, it is also placed consciously in the dining and living areas. The special feature of this cabinet is its 13 cm wide glass louvers, which are available in nine glass designs. Just through a slight touch on the bottom of the cabinet the glass front slides open electrically in a slow and elegant manner. It closes again in the same way. Depending on the body height the cabinet is equipped with one or two glass shelves, which can be fitted with optional LED lighting. Generally, the Climber is available for all of the handle-free ART-products and also for the high-quality product lines.

Monday, 4 February 2013

Tips to keep in mind when redesign your existing  kitchen
In Today’s time kitchen has become a most important area in the house, kitchen can make a big role in finalizing a new house. Now kitchen is not only the place where your food used to be cook but in today’s Era it’s more over a dining area and much happening place in your house. However if you aren’t searching for a new home, but still want your space to shine, it’s good to consider remodeling the area. Explore a few tips to keep in mind when recreating your cooking space.

When deciding to remodel your kitchen, one of the first things you want is for it to be extremely functional. If your old cooking area was not set up in a way that was conducive to your style of cooking, then you want need to change it. There are so many options when it comes to designing your cooking space. From high-end appliances to good cabinetry, you have a ton of choices. And if storage has been an issue in the past, make sure your pantry offers enough space so that you can not only store
food, but other items you don’t use every day, such as blenders or mixers.

Nothing’s worse when trying to cook a special dinner than to be cramped and uncomfortable. Oftentimes, the kitchen is the heart of the home and it’s usually the first stop most people make when they get inside their home. If this sounds like you, then you will want plenty of room to spread out. And if you have a large family, this is even more important. When designing your space, be sure you have enough counter top space for preparation. Also, you may want to invest in getting an island to help
add even more space to the room. Best of all, many islands offer storage space under them so that you can keep big, bulky items out of view.

On the other hand, if the overall size of your home is small, you may want your new kitchen to wear multiple hats. For instance, be sure to design an area where kids can get on the computer or even do homework. You may even use the space to write out bills or other necessities. Some people use their cooking area as a place to have meetings, host parties and more. Whatever the case, be creative in thinking of ways your space can do more than just supply your family with meals. You may even be surprised to learn that there are plenty of new innovations that help you get the most out of cooking space.


Once you get all the technical details squared away, one of the most enjoyable parts of remodeling and
designing a kitchen is the decorative aspect of the process. Gone are the days when counters were drab and boring. Now there are tons of stones and other materials to choose from in order to make your space gorgeous. Rich granite can come in a variety of colors and can give your counters the wow factor you are looking for. Also, some people really like to spend their money on flooring. Everything from wood to tile is an option. You can even use stamped concrete in your new cooking space. Whatever you tasteArticle Search, there are numerous ways you can beautify your kitchen.

Saturday, 29 December 2012

This my latest Article published in various   magazine and new papers, i am sharing this to you all so that lot of people can use these idea to make your 
    kitchen open & airy. 

Open and Airy kitchen
Proper kitchen ventilation is usually overlooked, but we can all agree food that smells tasty while it’s Life is changing fast and so to cope with it other aspects are also changing fast and one of the latest facets that has changed and is still undergoing changes happens to be kitchen. Today’s most important concern is that the kitchen to be bright and airy feeling too. Airy, modern kitchen, it’s the “relationship to the outside…to the garden…the sun’s trajectory and the wind direction”—all of which you can see implemented in the kitchen, with its wall of windows, open wood shelving, and green and blue color accents.

Who wouldn’t enjoy creating a meal in this open and airy kitchen? The open feeling comes from contrasting elements of light and dark. The glazed window with white kitchen cabinetry is contrasted with a steel countertop, while the dark grey wood dining gives you a proper airy and specious kitchen feel.

cooking might not seem inviting a day or two later. It’s important to invest in a ventilation system to eliminate odors by upgrading your insulation or windows

Friday, 14 December 2012

Tips for Smart & Cool kitchen( by Anurag Saxena)

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1-     Store spice containers with labels facing out and group by type or organize alphabetically. Discard and replace spices that no longer have much of a scent; if there's no smell, there's no flavor.
2-     If your kitchen doesn't have enough counter space, add a rolling cart that provides extra room to organize.
3-     Remove any cookbooks or magazines you don't use regularly. For instance, store holiday cookbooks outside the kitchen.
4-     Keep dishes either close to the dishwasher so they're easy to put away -- or close to the table, so it's a snap to set.
5-      Consider different countertop heights. If you're short, you might want to lower some countertops below the 36-inch standard -- a good rule of thumb is that countertops should be 3 inches below your elbow.
6-     Keep extra trash bags in the bottom of your trash can so you always have a new bag handy -- and the unused bags don't take up room in your cabinets.
7-     Even a kitchen with lots of storage space can get overrun with clutter. Get rid of duplicates, and don't be tempted to fill every shelf and drawer to capacity.
8-     Choose drawers instead of cupboards for heavy, large items such as pots; they slide out and make it easier to find what you're reaching for.