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How to plan a kitchen?

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Mashtag Tue 09-Jun-15 21:18:15

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Mashtag Tue 09-Jun-15 22:10:52

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SwedishEdith Tue 09-Jun-15 22:13:37

Try the Ikea one just to see what you do.

RunsWithScissors Tue 09-Jun-15 22:13:52

Google Sketchup. It's a free CAD-type program.

Bit of a learning curve, but has tutorials to help you out.

Alternatively, go on to the ole website and use their kitchen planner.

JasperDamerel Tue 09-Jun-15 22:14:13

Start by reading this thread:

RunsWithScissors Tue 09-Jun-15 22:14:21

Not ole
IKEA web site.

SwedishEdith Tue 09-Jun-15 22:19:13

Just looked at the apps on Google and there's quite a few there. Just downloaded one called Roomstyler and it looks like you can plan kitchens with that. No idea whether it's any good but there are a few to try.

RaisingSteam Tue 09-Jun-15 22:26:34

The Ikea one is good for getting the basic layout mocked up.

I found this website very helpful as it gives you a "formula" and then applies it to different layouts: dynamic space You can then add sitting/dining/storage zones to your room and routes through/sightlines to TV etc.

JKArchitect Tue 09-Jun-15 23:12:52

Consider using and architect or interior designer to advise you further. We are not just used for building work. I have had numerous meetings with clients on an hourly rate bases to help improve their internal layouts.

OnePlanOnHouzz Wed 10-Jun-15 08:43:53

I agree with JKArchitect... Get someone in who makes their living from their design skills rather than by selling you stuff ...there's a thread here about finding a good kitchen planner

Mashtag Wed 10-Jun-15 08:52:18

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Mashtag Wed 10-Jun-15 08:54:49

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