Available Space _ An extremely important concern is the amount of space you got available whether you're building from the ground or having the kitchen placed within an already existing structure. Whichever method, you want to make the most of the space that is available without sacrificing work flow or speed. Experts recommend that commercial kitchens designers ought to consult with their respective local utilities departments to help in identifying power and gas hookup locations as these could affect how the kitchen equipment gets positioned. Linking with local authorities is essential for obtaining guidelines from the health department on drain locations.
How is it done? Here is how to design a kitchen online using one of the online kitchen design services offered by some kitchen cabinet manufacturers. Keep in mind that when doing this, your cooker, oven or hob is not included, and neither are washing machines and dishwashers. You must make space for these in your design. Here is what you have to do: Draw Up a Floor Plan _ First measure the size of your kitchen: the width of each wall and the floor area available and draw a diagram of this to scale. It is easy to do if you use graph paper or your supplier may offer a floor plan service. You can then select the various cabinets fit the space available to you. Leave free wall space for a table and floor cooker unit if you need them, and identify the space you want filled with kitchen units.