With Mile­stone Kitchens’ down­load­able plan­ner, it’s so easy!

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Ever tried de­sign­ing your own kitchen, just to come un­stuck with tricky mea­sure­ments and odd cor­ners?

Now it’s eas­ier than ever with the Mile­stone Kitchens down­load­able kitchen plan­ner. Find it un­der down­loads on their home­page and get go­ing! Step 1 First open the plan and plot the walls, win­dows and doors of your kitchen on the grid that’s sup­plied to match the lay­out of your ex­ist­ing kitchen. Each square rep­re­sents 200 x 200mm; you can eas­ily map out the lay­out of your kitchen with a mea­sur­ing tape.

Tip Note the po­si­tion of power and plumb­ing points.

Step 2 From the paste board, either cut and paste or copy and drag the units you want onto your floor plan – and move them around un­til you’re sat­is­fied that you have the per­fect kitchen.

Tip Start off by plac­ing your sink, stove and fridge in a work­ing tri­an­gle then add the other units you would like.

Step 3 Once your kitchen has been planned, down­load the price list (also un­der down­loads) and work out your own quo­ta­tion.

Tip Mile­stone Kitchens will check any kitchen plan sent to them and make sug­ges­tions where nec­es­sary. If any cus­tom size units are re­quired, they will quote ac­cord­ingly.

DE­SIGN YOUR OWN DREAM KITCHEN This way, you cut costs by de­sign­ing your own kitchen with top qual­ity units at

rea­son­able prices!

Cor­nelia Pre­to­rius from Amanz­im­toti chose the African Allure range.

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