Basically you put the refrigerator on or near one end of the cabinets, the sink in the middle and the range on the other side of the sink. Then you put in the maximum reasonable amount of base and wall cabinets using the kitchen layout shape that best fits the situation. To be a little more sophisticated make sure you have at least the minimum countertop space on each side of the appliances. Then check the distances between appliances and the overall work triangle length.
To be really successful in kitchen sales you need to be an expert. Your customers can tell whether you have just minimal knowledge or whether you are well informed. If you are an "expert" in kitchen design and layout, your customers will have the confidence in you to spend the large amount of money at your store, which goes along with a kitchen sale.
You get to be an expert by asking questions, reading other kitchen design information, attending schools put on by the manufacturers, installing some cabinets, learning how to sketch kitchens, learning more about the benefits of your cabinet line from Paul Cabinet Sourcing, learning to estimate and price cabinets accurately and, of course, learning and using good selling tools.
This is the last post about kitchen design. From next post, we will share with you something about kitchen cabinet manufacturing. Feel free to contact Paul Cabinet Sourcing if you have a question about American style cabinet manufacturing in China.