Study cabinetry from different companies. Besides style, look for things like size and shape. Mark out how much space the potential cabinets would take through to your template. A 2‐foot deep cabinet is a typical size but in a 10‐foot by 10‐foot U‐shaped kit it would leave a 6‐foot square space to wash dishes, cook or have guests in. A 1‐foot or even 11/2‐foot option may be preferable.
Bring potential locations for appliances on your template. Consider how much counter space you need, if you will use built‐in appliances and whether you intend to watch out the home window while washing food or cooking. Remember that if the room doesn't have ventilation you'll need to install vents, which may take away potential case space.
Plan counter and appliances space first. Figure out where in fact the sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and range will fit. Design a triangle pattern between your sink, stove and refrigerator, so that cooking and cleanup work easily. Put in a kitchen island ‐‐ either stationary or on rollers so that it can be moved. Plan to store heavy cookware in the bottom of the island case. Build a counter work area of granite vinyl or tiles laminate for mixing up and organizing foods.