What is included in a 10x10 Kitchen Cabinets

The 10'x10' Kitchen is a sample kitchen for simple price comparisons of our different cabinet styles offered.

The kitchen industry uses the 10'x10' kitchen layout to give the consumer a general idea of what that particular cabinet door style costs.

The actual cabinet order for your layout may be more or less, based on overall size and cabinet options selected. 

SKU
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
B18 18"W x 34.5"H x 24"D Base Cabinet 1 Door + 1 Drawer
B24 24"W x 34.5"H x 24"D Base Cabinet 2 Door + 1 Drawer
SB36 36"W x 34.5"H x 24"D Sink Base Cabinet 2 Door + 1 Fake Drawer
LS3612 36"W x 36"D x 34.5"H Base Lazy Susan Cabinet 1 Door + 2 Turn Table
W1230 12"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 1 Door
W1830 18"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 1 Door
W2130 21"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 1 Door
W3330 33"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 2 Door
W3012 30"W x 12"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 2 Door Above Stove
W3612 36"W x 12"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 2 Door Above Refrigerator
WDC2430 24"W x 24"D x 30"H Wall Diagonal Corner Cabinet 1 Door
TK8 4.5" x 96" Toe Kick Toe Kick

 

 

What is included in a 10 Foot Run Kitchen Cabinets 

SKU
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
B15 15"W x 34.5"H x 24"D Base Cabinet 1 Door + 1 Drawer
SB36 36"W x 34.5"H x 24"D Sink Base Cabinet 2 Door + 1 Fake Drawer
W1230 12"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 1 Door
W3630 36"W x 30"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 2 Door
W3012 30"W x 12"H x 12"D Wall Cabinet 2 Door Above Stove
CM8 Outside molding 96"L Wood Crown Moulding
TK8 4.5" x 96" Toe Kick Toe Kick

 

 

Cabinet Measuring Guide

1. Make a rough drawing of the shape of the room. Represent each wall, door, and window.

2. Measure from the floor to the ceiling.

3. Measure each wall section and record on the drawing. (A wall section is from one corner to a door way or window.)

4. Measure each door and window; don’t forget Indicate on your sketch how each door swings.
NOTE: windows and doors are measured from outside edge to outside edge of casing or trim.

5. Mark the locations of where the appliances will go, be sure to record the dimensions of each appliance. Start by measuring the Width, Height, and Depth.

6. Mark on your sketch, the exact location of the sink, water & gas lines. Be sure to measure to the center of these & not the edge.

7. Add up all dimensions on each wall and verify that the total is equal to the total wall dimension listed on the chart. (If not, re-measure!) Double check your work. These measurements must be correct for your new cabinetry to fit correctly.