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DESIGNER CLOTHES are now a habit. Designer bathrooms no longer surprise. But it is often seen that no matter how fancy an apartment may be, the kitchen is a neglected, rather cramped corner of the dwelling, leading women to regret leaving the design of their residence to male architects. But now designer kitchens are here too, and they can be fitted into your life as fast as you whip out the moolah. Lispo India Private Limited, one of the leading sellers of modular kitchens in India, offers a range of readymade kitchens to add panache to the living space.

Sandeep Anand, Director, Lispo India, says, "I started the furniture production centre in 1996. it was soon converted into a high-tech design and manufacturing facility for modular kitchens. This was an old concept and very popular in Western countries, but we started it in India for the first time. Earlier people had some suspicion about our quality but now we have a large number of clients. The manufacturing plant of the company is located at Manesar, Gurgaon."

The kitchens are said to be made to suit India's weather and working conditions. A feature of the Lispo kitchens is the exhaust hoods or chimneys specially designed to provide complete ventilation inside the kitchen. Attractive colours, functional utility of design, termite-resistant wood like cherry, chestnut and Asian oak used for the racks and other furniture are other features.

With showrooms in Delhi and across the country, customers can see the different models. Once designed, it takes 15 days to complete the kitchen, assures the director. Prices range from Rs. One to three lakhs, and repairs are looked into in case of complaints, he promises.

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