To help you along your kitchen planning journey, we’ve devised an easy-to-follow guide with instructions on how to measure your kitchen space. Jot these down and then meet with a designer to start creating your detailed 3D design.
Draw a rough layout of your kitchen as seen from above. It doesn’t need to be perfect, it’s just to give your designer a basic idea to start creating your design from. Use any plain paper you may have, or feel free to download some helpful grid paper via the link below.
Mark up any details we’ll need to know about on your drawing. Have a good look around your kitchen and make a note of features like doors, windows, boilers, soil pipes, electrical meters, light switches and any fixed plumbing, so we can design your kitchen around them.
Divide your drawing into different key areas. Use a tape measure and write down each measurement. Don’t worry if it’s not millimetre perfect, we can do a more thorough measurement later if needed.
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When you’re ready, we’ll work with you to create a bespoke 3D design and quote
Save, view and approve your design and quote online in your My Project account