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Trying to design a kitchen... looking for good on-line planner

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by doneill, 18 Jun 2015.

  1. doneill

    doneill

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm trying to design a new kitchen for my home and I'm looking for a tool or piece of software that would be ideal for the job, what I need is:
    • Flexibility, the ability to add curved corners/units, tiles, styled and coloured finishes
    • Ability to view the plan in 2D and 3D to ensure I put together a design I'm going to be happy with
    • Something easy to use/intuative
    I've plaid with a few online free tools, they either seem to be incredibly slow, limited in the style/options for units, geared towards generating a quote/business.

    I'm serious about getting this right and don't mind actually forking out for the software if I know the results will be OK and give me something I can show the misses and kitchen fitters at least as a starting point.

    Any recommendations appreciated and I'm interested to see examples of what others have done.

    Cheers
    Darren

    Edit: it doesn't need to be an 'on-line' tool, just realised I can't edit the title
     
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  3. Why not visit your local Howdens branch - they will CAD it for you and you can view the design online
     
  4. freddiemercurystwin

    freddiemercurystwin

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    Sketchup, free, easy peasy and awesome, look on YouTube if you need some guides to get you going.
     
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