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Online Step-by-Step Kitchen Planner
Watch this video to see how easy it is to plan and design your kitchen online using the Merillat Step-by-Step Kitchen Planner. ...More
It’s easy to plan and design your kitchen online anytime of the day or night using the Merillat Step-by-Step Kitchen Planner. By answering a series of questions on:
- Family size
- Cooking style
- Storage options
- Cabinet style
- Paint colors
- Room dimensions
You can then plan your kitchen and print out the design.
Find out more at www.merillat.com/plan-your-space
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When it’s time to design your dream kitchen and make it a reality, it helps to have a professional designer by your side. Merillat has made this possible 24/7 with their Step-by-Step Kitchen Planner. Using this online design tool, simply answer a few basic questions to get started, such as how many people live in your home, what is your cooking style, and what kind of storage options would you like.
Next, define your inspiration, whether it’s modern, traditional, country, or eclectic. Multiple room styles are available in each inspiration choice. Next, choose from over 60 door styles from Merillat’s Classic, Essential, or Masterpiece series. This includes choosing your preferred wood species, the color finish you like, and type of cabinet hardware. Next, choose your organization and storage options.
Now you’re ready to plug in your room dimensions, appliance, and plumbing choices. And, finally, answer questions for those finishing touches—like countertop colors, flooring, and paint colors. With the next click of a mouse button, you can see your design suggestions. You can even email the design to a kitchen planner or print it out and take with you to discuss with the kitchen planner of your choice.