Add a set of high cabinets
To add a set of high cabinets, repeat the same actions as for the low cabinets, selecting the right type of cabinet.
--- Kitchen by stretching
---- High cabinets
Different heights and depths of high cabinets are available:
- high cabinets : height 225cm / depth 60cm
- half-high cabinets : height 148cm / depth 60cm
- high slim cabinets : height 225cm / depth 37cm.
Once the type of cabinet is selected, you can choose to integrate an equipment : oven, refrigerator, microwave and/or dishwasher.
Note : not all types of high cabinets can accommodate all equipment.
Place your set of high cabinets in your plan, refine its position and length with the stretching handles. Once more, these actions can be performed in 2D or 3D.
Note : automatic side finishing
Fillers and panels are automatically positioned according to the position of the high cabinets: next to a wall, next to a low cabinet, etc. Check the correct junctions between high cabinets and low cabinets and between high cabinets and walls by repositioning the composition or by playing with the stretching handles.
Side finishing can be set manually. To do so, click on the "properties" icon in the contextual menu of the high cabinets set, then go to the "side finishing" tab.
Add a set of high cabinets with non-integrated refrigerator
A free standing refrigerator can be integrated between two high cabinets. This composition can be completed with a wall cabinet.
1st solution :
We advise you to model a set of 3 high cabinets (or more), and to remove the central high cabinet leaving a free space: this will be the right width of 60cm, to accommodate a refrigerator and a wall cabinet.
2nd solution :
If the space between these two columns does not correspond to that of a column, you can also stretch a linear of 2 columns and then move one of the columns to place it at the distance of your choice.
To do so, click on the column and a green outline will appear. You can remove it from the cabinet set and move it.
It is then possible to determine the exact distance between these two cabinets. Click on the pencil in the context menu and open the "Position" tab.
By selecting the position of the box in relation to an object, you can then specify the distance to the other column.
This method allows you to display the dimensions in frontal view but also in 2D, unlike the cabinet-by-cabinet method.
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