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      The pioneer and specialist in Kitchen Solutions
    icon Over 10 years of experience in this still nascent industry
    icon A professional team of Interior designers with specialisations in kitchen designing
    icon Use of ergonomics – a scientific method of designing interiors
    icon One of the largest manufacturers and marketers of kitchen accessories and products in India
    icon Over 15,000 kitchens installed across India and abroad per annum
    icon A network of over 228 Finex dealers across India
    icon Over 150 trained kitchen designing professionals across our dealerships
    • Finex vs Carpenter Made Kitchen
    • Design & Customization
    • Our Knowledge & Experienced At Your Service
    • Safety Tips
    • Kitchen Design Tips

    Finex vs Carpenter Made Kitchen


    Design Options:
    • Limited options, depending on the carpenter's resources.

    • Hand-made, and thus lacks precision, finish and quality.

    Planning & Design:
    • Lacks the know-how of space management.
    • You have little or no control on the final product.

    • No guarantee.

    Time Span:
    • Depends on the efficiency of the carpenter.
    • Both fabrication and assembling is done onsite, means your home turns into a workshop for a very long time.

    After-Sales Service:
    • Non-existent

    • In terms of money spend - a cheaper option.
    • Convenience and looks deteriorate over usage, meaning more money spent servicing.

    Design options:
    • Minimum design alternatives. Designing if done, is very restricted.

    Space Management:
    • Cannot be adapted to accommodate specific space and storage issues.

    Finex Designs & Customization


    Finex Kitchen was born to provide the Total Kitchen Solution, and thus setting up its own design, installation processes and other service-related facilities became imperative to this objective.

    Today, all you need to do is walk in and tell us your need and we can design your dream kitchen and then we can customised the kitchen according to your budget.

    A team of specialists in kitchen interiors and designing, at any of our showrooms will help you choose better and make the right decisions. And your own special kitchen is on its way to becoming a reality.

    how2plane How to plan a Kitchen that’s a pleasure to use

    If you can put your hand on exactly what you need.
    When you need it, then Kitchen work is a breeze,
    A kitchen planned along this lines will give you the
    Benefits of Short distances, ergonomic work processes
    & practical, attractive internal fitting.

    Ergonomics –

    Finex Kitchen concept helps
    you customize your Kitchen
    to suit your needs. By following
    out tips & listening to the advice
    of experts, you can make
    Kitchen, a safe & healthy to work.


    Avoid too much bending &
    stretching by storing frequently
    used items at around waist height.
    store less frequently used
    things up high or down low.
    Worktop Height Worktop Height

    Have your worktop at a height that
    Suits most of the people who will use
    the kitchen. The ideal height is
    10-15cm below the height of your
    bent elbow. Have the hob slightly
    lower & the sink slightly higher.

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      Ladder Unit

    This tall unit is easily
    accessible make it easier
    for you to reach items on
    the top shelves & giving
    you space, a clear &
    effortless access.
      Wall Unit

    The planned storage &
    intelligent fitting will these
    make it easier for you to
    reach items on the top
    shelves & giving you space,
    a clear & effortless access.





    Safety Tips (As per national Kitchen & Bath Association – NKBA)

    1. Use slip-resistant flooring. Falling with a hot casserole or a sharp knife in you hand can have serious consequences. A slip-resistant material like matte-finished wood or laminates, textured vinyl or soft-glazed ceramic tile used for added precautions, specially around areas that get wet.

    2. Keep electrical switches, plugs & lightings fixtures away from water sources & wet hands. User proper lighting, good general lighting supplemented with proper task lighting that is clearly focused on work top surface & should not produced any shadow, can greatly decrease you chance of injury while preparing a meal.

    3. Keep a fire extinguisher handy. As per NKBA recommendation, a fire extinguisher is visibly located near a room exit, away from cooking equipment & 15”- 48” above floor.

    4. Consider appliances lock-out options, allow you to “lock-out” little hands so no one can use them when you are not in the Kitchen. This can be done either with lock-out covers or programmed locked-out systems. Find Safe cook top. Choose burners in the straight row & never choose a unit with control along back of the appliances, it should be front.

    5. Use the space safety, think about how traffic will flow throw the Kitchen & make sure no one will interfere with your space while cooking.

    6. Locate microwaves 24”- 28” above floor to avoid reaching to retrieve food.

    7. Slide-out trays and binds in base cabinets make storage items more accessible so you don’t have to bend.

    8. Avoid sharp corners on the ends of counter top, especially islands, & peninsulas, by having them routed.

    safely tips

    Full Extension Drawers
    Having drawers instead of shelves will save a lot of effort. Full extension drawers pull right out
    so that you can see into the backmost corner.

    Kitchen Design Tips

    Here are a few tips for designing a kitchen layout keeping in mind minimum movement, easy retrievals
    of articles and making kitchen chores easy.

    1. Vegetable and market items should be close to the entrance. This facilities the placing of items brought from outside, without disturbing the person cooking.

    2. Store most frequently used items in the middle of zone between shoulder & hips, store less frequently used items higher up or lower down.

    3. The worktop height should suit the person who most frequently works in the kitchens.

    4. An efficient damping system to close doors & drawers saliently helps to keep stress levels low.

    5. Keep cleaning agents safely away from children with easy lock.

    6. Big utensils should be place next to the sink to facilitate minimum movement for washing, consider a special under sink drawer to make best use of often wasted space.

    7. Storage of grams spices, rice, oil, should be on one side of the cooking range. Storage of regularly used utensils (pressure cookers, daily Crocker & Cutlery) should be on the other side of the cooking range.

    8. Place glass trays and plate trays above the sink. Utensils can be placed on the tray without wiping them; the excess water will drip automatically. This saves the trouble of washing utensils & allowing it to dry and then taking the trouble of placing them on the tray.

    9. Fix the dustbin or the bin holder on the shutter, which is mounted below the sink. The detergent pullout should ideally be on the second shutter for keeping detergents and cleaning agents.

    10. The use of a tall unit increases the storage capacity substantially. For the same floor space, the storage area is almost double as compared to the storage area of the base and the wall unit combined.

    11. A gas-trolley, kitchen keeper, laddle-cradle, and a wall shelf can be used for convenience.

    12. The concept of a work triangle while designing the kitchen layout will make cooking a pleasure.

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