Corner cabinets can be created automatically using the auto corner cabinet feedback or by specifying a cabinet as a corner cabinet using the dialog.
The Glass Doors checkbox option is only enabled when the cabinet's Door Style is specified as Framed or Slab.
Create glass shelves in cabinets by removing the default shelves and manually placing glass in their place.
Add multiple moldings to a single cabinet by using the the Offset settings located on the Moldings tab of the Cabinet Specification.
When resizing cabinets the width snaps to the default 3' increment. This default can be changed in the General Cabinet Defaults dialog.
Wine racks and plate racks can be added to cabinets by using the Door/Drawer tab of the Cabinet Specification dialog and the Specialty Storage catalog.
Changing the direction that cabinet doors open is easy to accomplish in the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Create custom cabinet symbols in Chief Architect using CAD polylines converted into polyline solids, exported as .dwg and imported as a custom symbol.
Cabinets can be edited and combined to create a wide variety of custom cabinetry and furniture, and then be saved in the Library Browser for future use.
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.
Custom closet spaces can be designed by adding drawers and shelves to cabinets or by placing manual shelves and partitions.
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 cabinets that accommodate wheelchairs by increasing the height and depth of the toe kick or by raising the cabinet off the floor.
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.
Create unique countertops by using the Custom Countertop tool and CAD tools like Break Line, Change Line/Arc, Fillet and Chamfer tools.
You can specify shelving in a cabinet and control attributes such as number, depth, spacing and thickness on the Front panel of the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Add an oven and a warming drawer to a single cabinet using the Specify Appliance button on the Front tab of the Cabinet Specification dialog.
When attempting to place an appliance or fixture into a cabinet that is larger than the cabinet this error message will appear.
When you attempt to place an appliance into a cabinet that already contains an appliance this message will appear.
If you attempt to place a symbol into a plan that was meant to go into a cabinet this message will appear.
One of several warning messages may display if you try to place a fixture into a cabinet that it is not designed to insert into.
An apron sink, which has a finished front surface that extends past the counter, can be placed into a base cabinet by following these steps.
Have multiple Drawer pulls on a single drawer by modifying the In From Edge setting on the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Removing extra object labels is easy to accomplish by adjusting the Schedules that control them.
An entertainment center with custom pediment can be created using a full height cabinet and the Polyline Solid and Molding Polyline tools.
Specify different door and drawer styles on a single cabinet using the Specify Door/Drawer button on the Front tab of the Cabinet Specification dialog.
When you understand which settings are dynamic defaults you can use the Set As Default tool to quickly change between cabinet styles.