A kitchen is a highly specialized and functional area that requires good planning if it is to be a place you enjoy being in. Before ordering your kitchen cabinet, you need to think about what exactly you want out of your new kitchen layout, what needs are currently met, and what features of your kitchen you are prepared to compromise for a better set up.
There is no point however, in dreaming up elaborate ideas if your kitchen will be unable to hold them. A good grasping of how space will be utilized is of extreme importance, especially if you have a very small kitchen. There will be basic functions that you might need your new kitchen to fulfil, such as efficient storage, work area, good lighting and ventilation. Check on the layout of your kitchen (including where the windows and doors are) and then decide where you want your kitchen cabinet installed.
Kitchen cabinets come in three different levels of flexibility; the most flexible being custom cabinets and stock cabinets being the least. Semicustom cabinets are already decided upon design wise, by the manufacturer, but you get to choose the exact size that is required for it to fit into your kitchen.
Most kitchens are installed with stock cabinets because it is considered the least expensive, but if none of them fit your requirement, then you’ll need to consider designing a custom kitchen cabinet setup tailor made for your specific needs.