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Step 1:  What shape is your kitchen?

Most kitchens fit into one of a few common shapes. Take a look at our drawings below to find the one that is most like your own kitchen. For example, if your cabinets are on two walls that meet in the corner, then you probably have an L-shaped kitchen. Do you see a shape below that is similar to your kitchen?

Select the shape that is closest to your kitchen today

Does your kitchen have an island?

Next: Measure your kitchen
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Step 2:  What size is your kitchen?

Using a tape measure provide the dimensions, in inches, of the length of the walls that will have cabinets. Keep it simple and round the number down to the nearest inch. There’s no need to fuss over a fraction of an inch today. Rounding down is perfectly fine.

Keep it simple

  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.
  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.


Island length:

    

Step 2:  What size is your kitchen?

Using a tape measure provide the dimensions, in inches, of the length of the walls that will have cabinets. Keep it simple and round the number down to the nearest inch. There’s no need to fuss over a fraction of an inch today. Rounding down is perfectly fine.

Keep it simple

  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.
  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.


Island length:

    

Step 2:  What size is your kitchen?

Using a tape measure provide the dimensions, in inches, of the length of the walls that will have cabinets. Keep it simple and round the number down to the nearest inch. There’s no need to fuss over a fraction of an inch today. Rounding down is perfectly fine.

Keep it simple

  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.
  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.


Island length:

    

Step 2:  What size is your kitchen?

Using a tape measure provide the dimensions, in inches, of the length of the walls that will have cabinets. Keep it simple and round the number down to the nearest inch. There’s no need to fuss over a fraction of an inch today. Rounding down is perfectly fine.

Keep it simple

  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.
  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.


Island length:

    

Step 2:  What size is your kitchen?

Using a tape measure provide the dimensions, in inches, of the length of the walls that will have cabinets. Keep it simple and round the number down to the nearest inch. There’s no need to fuss over a fraction of an inch today. Rounding down is perfectly fine.

Keep it simple

  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.
  • For now, skip the doors, windows and other details. We will help you get those measurements when you are ready for a detailed design
  • Forget about fractions, just round the number down to the nearest inch
  • Measure each wall that has cabinets
  • Skip the walls where there are no cabinets
  • Measure the wall itself, not the cabinets or appliances.


Island length:

    

Does your kitchen have a unique shape?

Most kitchens fit into one of a few common shapes, although there are definitely exceptions. Call one of our kitchen designers today who will help you create your unique detailed design.

Call us at 1-888-350-1242

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Step 3:  Choose your cabinet style

Style-31

Classic inset style with mortise-and-tenon joints and recessed veneer center panel.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Cherry
Cider
Oak
Sable
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" slab door and drawer front of 47-lb/ft³ furniture-grade, engineered wood
  • 3/4" solid hardwood face frame
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Rockford

Mission full-overlay style with mortise-and-tenon joints and recessed veneer center panels.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Painted
Linen
Oak
Saddle
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Cider
Cherry
Russet
Birch
Sable
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame, 1/4" veneer engineered wood center panel
  • 3/4" hardwood slab drawer front
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Dayton

Shaker full-overlay style with mortise-and-tenon joints and recessed veneer center panels.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Painted
Linen
Oak
Saddle
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Cider
Cherry
Russet
Birch
Sable
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame with 1/4" veneer engineered wood center panel
  • Five-piece drawer front with 3/4" hardwood frame, ½" hardwood center panel
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Austin

Classic inset style with mortise-and-tenon joints and recessed veneer center panel.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Inset door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood slab / five-piece drawer front
  • 1/4" veneer engineered wood center panels
  • Revealed nickel barrel hinge
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides standard

Bayport

Traditional yet decorative style with its scalloped solid-wood raised-panel and eased-waterfall, outside-edge profile.

Current selection: Harbor

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Painted
Linen
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Cider
Cherry
Russet
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame, 5/8" center panel
  • 3/4" hardwood slab drawer front
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Lyndale

Traditional door style that offers soft lines and detailed milling in the frame, and scalloped solid-wood, raised-panel.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Painted
Linen
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Cider
Cherry
Russet
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • Five-piece drawer front with 3/4" hardwood frame
  • 5/8" door and drawer front center panels
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Carlton

Raised-panel, full-overlay style with mitered joints, solid wood center panels and a waterfall profile.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Linen
Bisque
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Russet
Birch
Sable
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood miter door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood slab drawer front
  • 5/8" center door panel
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Cambridge

Traditional raised-panel, full-overlay style with mortise-and-tenon joints and solid wood center-panels.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Maple
Caramel
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood five-piece drawer front
  • 5/8" hardwood center panels
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Mendota

Contemporary raised-panel, full-overlay style with mortise-and-tenon joints and solid-wood center panels.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Maple
Caramel
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Full overlay door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood slab drawer front
  • 5/8" center door panel
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Fairmont

Inset, raised, mission style with mortise-and-tenon joints and solid wood center panels.

Current selection: Maple Caramel Jute Glaze

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Russet
Style Details:
  • Inset door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood five-piece drawer front
  • 5/8" hardwood center panels
  • Revealed rustic bronze barrel hinge
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Austin - Concealed Hinge

Classic inset style with mortise-and-tenon joints and recessed veneer center panel.

Current selection: Painted White

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
White
Designer Colors: (swipe for more)
Painted
Linen
Urban
Stone
Harbor
 
Studio
Gray
Tea
Leaf
Garnet
 
Carbon
 
Style Details:
  • Inset door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood slab / five-piece drawer front
  • 1/4" veneer engineered wood center panels
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides

Fairmont - Concealed Hinge

Inset, raised, mission style with mortise-and-tenon joints and solid wood center panels.

Current selection: Maple Caramel Jute Glaze

Standard Colors: (swipe for more)
Maple
Caramel
Cherry
Russet
Style Details:
  • Inset door style
  • 3/4" hardwood door frame
  • 3/4" hardwood five-piece drawer front
  • 5/8" hardwood center panels
  • Blum® soft-close concealed hinges
  • Blum® soft-close full access drawer glides
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Step 4:  Review and Finalize

Review the kitchen information you've submitted below, and tell us a little about yourself to get your Quick Quote. You can go back and change any of your previous selections. You'll also have the opportunity to update your quote live and try different configurations.

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Kitchen Details:

This modest kitchen is too spartan for most people’s tastes. It includes only the simplest list of cabinets and doesn’t account for popular features such as trim molding, a built-in wastebasket or even a lazy susan.

The price range for a basic kitchen is just a starting reference point, and most people shop for more typical configurations.

Your Estimate

This is the kitchen that is familiar to many homes and neighborhoods. The typical kitchen is practical, functional and still includes a few decorative accents such as crown molding and light rail molding.

The range for a typical kitchen includes the most frequently requested features, such as roll-out trays, a super lazy susan, a wastebasket, drawers, and at least one specialty cabinet such as a wine rack or tray divider.

In the Deluxe kitchen, you’ll find everything that a typical kitchen includes plus additional decorative, storage, and customized cabinets such as:

  • Decorative accents such as glass doors
  • Storage including a large two drawer base cabinet, a pull-out storage and microwave cabinets
  • Focal point specialty cabinets such as a wood range hood or wine rack