Using the front tab of the cabinet specification dialog it is possible to insert multiple appliances in a single cabinet.
Create L shaped, lazy susan, or corner cabinets automatically with mouse placement or by using the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Use multiple cabinets, each containing a different appliance to simulate the look of stacked appliances in Home Designer Suite and Home Designer Architectural. Home Designer Pro has the ability to insert multiple appliances into a single cabinet.
Change what sink you have placed in a cabinet by replacing it with another selected from the library.
Create a set of drawers in a cabinet by using the options located in the Cabinet Specification dialog.
When trying to place an appliance or fixture an error comes up warning that the symbol was made to be placed in a cabinet.
Add a wine rack to a cabinet by removing the cabinet shelves and applying the specialty storage items from the library.
Create a glass panel door using the cabinet specification dialog or choose from a variety of glass doors from the library.
Create custom etched glass for cabinets by creating a new material modifying the transparency.
Use a variety of cabinets, shelves, and partitions to create a custom closet space.
Lowering the cabinet and countertop height, along with increasing the size of the toe-kick helps wheelchair users access base cabinets more safely, easily, and efficiently.
Breakfast bars can be created by removing the box of a cabinet, leaving only the countertop.
A window seat can be easily placed in your bump-out using the Base Cabinet tool.
Apply molding to your cabinets by accessing the Moldings panel located within the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Make room for an apron sink fixture by removing the countertop from a base cabinet and lowering its total height.
Home Designer Pro allows you to specify the number and position of shelves within a cabinet.
Create a cabinet elevation or detail by using the wall elevation camera and the manual dimension tools.
When you attempt to place a fixture or appliance into a cabinet that already contains a fixture/appliance, this message will display. Choose to keep the existing fixture/appliance or replace it with the new one.
Custom countertops are easy to modify with the Add Break and Change Line to Arc tools.
Use dynamic defaults to quickly change the color and style of your cabinets.
Use a variety of cabinets to create a unique kitchen island
Cabinets placed in an alcove can be customized to make built-in bookshelves.
Having a larger kitchen gives you the ability to have a food preparation center along with a cleanup area.
Cabinets can be used to create stand-alone countertops for placement over a washer and dryer.
Apply two different door or drawer styles to a cabinet by modifying the face items within the Cabinet Specification dialog in Home Designer Pro.
Resize the cabinet you want to place the appliance in so that it is large enough to fit, then place the fixture.
If you attempt to place a symbol into a plan as an independent object, when it was meant to go into a cabinet, this message will display.
Create a backsplash by using the Backsplash setting in cabinets, or by using the Custom Backsplash tool in Home Designer Architectural and Home Designer Pro.
Use custom countertops along with the waterfall edge feature to automatically create waterfall countertops in Home Designer Architectural and Home Designer Pro. Additionally, all products can utilize the partition tool to create waterfall counters.
Changing the direction that a cabinet door opens is easy to accomplish using the Cabinet Specification dialog.
Check the Show Closed Doors/Drawers in Plan Views setting located in the General Cabinet Defaults dialog or enable the Show Open settings with a Percent Open/Swing Angle value of 0 to display closed cabinet doors and drawers in a floor plan view.
Cabinet doors and drawers can be set to display open in both floor plan and 3D camera views. Additionally, the amount that the door/drawer is open can also be controlled.