Free Kitchen Design

Kitchen Measuring Guide

1 Kitchen Shape & Dimensions
Begin in any corner of the room with a tape measure and measure to an adjacent wall. Important Notes: Always measure in inches only. Use gridlines on the 2nd page to draw your kitchen layout and record measurements.
Suggested Tools
Tape measure
Paper & pencil
2 Measure Windows & Doors
Window Measurements
Window A B C
Door Measurements
Window A B C
3 Wall Openings
Measure the distance from the wall corner to the outside edge of the opening and mark it on the drawing. Measure and record the length of the opening. Repeat this process for all openings. (Example 1, Floor Plan)
4 Utility Supply Lines
Draw a side view plan of each wall. Record the distance from the floor to the ceiling. If you have soffits, include the measurements on the layout. Use the symbols shown below to mark water lines, drain lines, and gas lines. (Example 2, Elevation)
W - Water Lines
D - Drain Lines
G - Gas Lines
Example 1, Floor Plan
Example 2, Elevation
5 Appliances & Clean-up Selections
Please provide as much information as possible about your appliances. All dimensions in inches (example: 45")
Item Style or Type (Check Box for Selection) Width Height Depth
Range Freestanding Built-in      
Cooktop Drop-in Other      
Oven Single Double Combo Other      
Range Hood Vented Recirculating      
Microwave Built-in Freestanding Over Range      
Dishwasher Portable Built-in      
Refrigerator Top Freezer Bottom Freezer Side-by-Side Under-Countertop      
Freezer Upright Chest      
Wine Chiller Built-in Freestanding      
Sink Single Bowl Double Bowl Triple Bowl Bar   Other      

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