Create custom cabinet symbols in Chief Architect using CAD polylines converted into polyline solids, exported as .dwg and imported as a custom symbol.
Create a unique hole in a countertop for the sink by using a custom countertop and a hole created with closed polylines converted into a countertop hole.
You can use the tools in the Chief Architect programs to design a home office that meets both your organizational needs and space limitations.
Create a tambour or appliance garage in a cabinet by using a door style from the Specialty Storage catalog in the Library Browser.
Create a cabinet with open doors by using an open cabinet and manually placing doors then rotating them about a pivot-point.
Create two sided cabinets by adjusting the settings on the Sides/Back tab then add a custom etched glass material to door panels.
Create frameless cabinets by using the settings located on the Front and Door/Drawer tabs of the cabinet Specification dialog.
Frameless, euro-style, cabinets can be created using the Front and Door/Drawer tabs of the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Using the Regular Polygon CAD tool, you can create a regularly shaped closed CAD object, Which can then be converted it into a variety of 3D objects.
Customizing your kitchen in Chief Architect is easy using the custom countertop, end panels, cabinet feet, and filler options.