Measuring your Kitchen

Getting your correct room measurements is important - it can be the difference between a kitchen that fits and one that doesn't. But we can help you with the guide below or even arrange a professional measure.

Once you have your kitchen measurements, you can bring them into any of our kitchen showrooms and we can begin helping you to design your new kitchen. You can also bring in your house plans at any time to get started on a design for your brand new kitchen!

Download our Kitchen Measuring Guide to get started measuring your kitchen.

1. MEASURE THE OUTLINE OF YOUR KITCHEN

To start, measure the outline of the room by measuring the walls, between each corner.

2. MEASURE ROOM FEATURES

Measure anything that sticks out such as pillars, other shallow walls, pipes etc. Also measure the floor to ceiling and include any bulkhead dimensions. Mark them all on your drawing.

3. MEASURE ROOM OPENINGS

Then measure and draw up any window or door. Include the widths and heights and also depths of sills or reveals. Very importantly, make a note of the height of the window from the floor. This will indicate if your benchtop is also your windowsill.

4. MARK POWER OUTLETS

Check the position of power outlets, lights switches, aircon or security switches. Measure the distance from a corner and mark it clearly on your drawing. If you are prepared to have these moved, make a note of where they could go.

5. MARK WATER SUPPLY AND DRAINAGE

Last but not least, measure and mark where your water supply comes in and very importantly, where the waste is. If the waste pipe goes out of the wall or goes straight into the floor, you will need to know, especially if you are going to include a dishwasher.

6. TAKE PHOTOS

If you are unsure of anything, a photo can speak a thousand words! Take a photo. Our team of designers will undoubtedly have come across if before, and will be able to put your mind at ease.

Remember, you can Download our Kitchen Measuring Guide here.

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