With the ever-increasing problem of space, one is always on lookout for space-efficient solutions to make maximum use of the space available. Taking the example of the kitchen, which indeed holds the important place but that doesn’t mean it has to be space consuming. Keeping the space problem in mind, designer Sean Beattie designed the Electrolux all-in-one modular kitchen, an affordable, customizable option for people dwelling in small apartments but are not at all ready to make any compromise with style. Unlimited grid-style configurations allow for easy set up whenever required. The modules comprise of a fridge/freezer module, wine cooler, microwave, hot plate, dishwasher, rubbish/compost, ice/water maker and a coffee maker, general storage for food and other miscellaneous items. In short it’s a stylishly modular kitchen that is blessed with all modern amenities. Using slim line panels with touch-activated controls and the environmentally friendly technologies, this cool kitchen saves space and reduces costs while not losing any functionality or quality of life.