create your kitchen, your way

This is where you decide exactly what you want your new kitchen to look like and how you want to put it all together!

how the plan step works

The first step to creating your kitchen, your way is... plan, plan, plan! 

Gather a bunch of kitchen inspiration and information so you can design your dream kitchen. Think about functionality, understand your space and ponder your colour scheme.

Our website and the mykaboodle kitchen project management tool have some great kitchen resources to help you along the way.  

Design inspiration from kaboodle

  • kaboodle masterclass - planning 101

    We're going back to basics and guiding you through the key steps to planning a new kitchen. Watch the replay on demand now.

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  • planning your kitchen, your way

    When it comes to planning your kitchen, there are a few key tips you should take into consideration.

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  • kaboodle's renovation resources

    With kaboodle’s range of renovation resources, you’ll find everything you need to know for your next project.

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  • 3D kaboodle planner

    Bring your dream project to life, exploring different styles, colours and hardware using our 3D planner.

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  • kitchen catalogue

    Our catalogue has the latest product updates, featuring our full range of cabinetry, parts and accessories, doors and panels and benchtops.

    view our kitchen catalogue

how to plan your kitchen

We have the products to turn your dream kitchen into a reality, so why wait any longer! Firstly, some smart planning can make sure you get the most out of our products, and your space. Below are four tips on what to consider when planning your kitchen:

  1. Gather inspiration to help find the style for your kitchen, visit our inspiration gallery, take a look through Pinterest and Instagram or visit your local Bunnings Warehouse
  2. Measure your space, including any obstacles, windows, doorways and service points such as plumbing and electricity, then measure again.
  3. Choose a kitchen layout. Use the working triangle to optimise the design of your kitchen. There are several popular shapes including U shape, L-shape and galley to choose from.
  4. Design your new kitchen. This can be done with our 3D kitchen design tool or you can organise a consultation with a Bunnings Kitchen expert.