Draw a square or rectangular shape for the countertop.
Draw some rectangles for cabinets, a dishwasher, etc. I made a refrigerator and a cabinet, but you can make whatever you want.
Add details to the shapes.
Draw a rectangle for the sink. Add some tabs to the sides to attach it to the counter.
Do the same for the under-counter areas (in my case, the refrigerator and cabinet).
Color it all in, cut it out, and tape or glue the pieces together. It can get a little mind-numbing, so make sure to have plenty of time and patience when you assemble the kitchen.
Here is how the refrigerator looks like when fully assembled. I can't wait to stock it with food!
Making the cabinet, fridge, and sink three-dimensional is tricky, but it adds a lot of realism to your kitchen.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Any ideas for future ones, besides the great ideas you suggested last week?