Can You Have A Gourmet Kitchen In A Modular Home?

Last Updated on February 18, 2021 by Palm Gardens

Gourmet cooking often requires spacious room in the kitchen and special amenities for the particular cooking style. One of the misconceptions about modular home kitchens is that they are small and unsuited for high-end cooking. On the contrary, kitchens in a modular home can be spacious, and you can customize through the addition of quality products, and turn the cooking area into a beautiful, functional gourmet kitchen.

Custom Cabinetry

With quality components as well as precision tools and equipment, your cabinet can be made just right. In fact, the strength of these kitchen components need not be compromised in any way because they are in a modular home. Also, your options would include a wide range of styles and colors. It may be possible to get the door-over-drawer placement if you ask about options.

Ceramic Tile

Tile is the most attractive surface available for kitchen design, as well as the most durable and the easiest to clean up. It can stand high temperatures, humidity, and frequent use. You can use ceramic tile for a variety of purposes, and these come in many colors and textures. Your preferred aesthetic should be the paramount factor when installing tile in various places. Besides that, the installation may require the sort of expertise only a professional can deliver. Not all personnel have the experience, skill, and tools to maintain precision during the process.

Stepping Up The Gourmet Appearance

Move in first and then check a few things to get the kitchen looking decidedly better than it did before.

  • Get see-through storage bins. This way you can keep fresh ingredients in an airtight setting, and they will be a lot easier to spot.
  • Set up herb garden on the windowsill. It improves the natural décor as well as helps stocking up on spicy ingredients for cooking.
  • Sort the stuff in the pantry and before putting it away, label with dates when each item was opened, as well how frequently these were used. You don’t spend a lot of time figuring out if something is past its expiry.

This shows how well a modular home stack up against site-built ones. A compact living option would not significantly reduce the amenities and features you have available to you in the kitchen. A gourmet kitchen is definitely one of the things you can have in a modular home, complete with ceramic tile, counters, custom, custom cabinets, farm sink, faucet, etc.