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HOW DO I MEASURE MY KITCHEN ?

When you are redesigning a space, it’s easy to get carried away with the design and you may forget about making it practical. Measuring a room should be one of the first things you do before you start accessories, appliances, and fixtures – This allows you to know exactly what is and is not doable for your space.

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Step 1

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 2

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 3

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 4

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 5

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 6

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

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Step 1

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 2

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 3

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 4

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 5

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

Step 6

Draw your space using a ruler and a pencil. This does not have to be a masterpiece. We just need to know the details of what is in the space you want to redesign. This includes where windows, doors, heaters, odd angles, obstructions, or anything else you need to account for in your renovation.

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