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I often wonder how many hours kitchen planners, designers, and contractors spend every year drawing and detailing kitchen plans that their clients don’t like or can’t afford. You’ve drawn the walls and doors in precise location, each cabinet is detailed — it’s your finest drawing to date — but when you sit back and study your final work, you discover that it really would have worked better had the refrigerator been on the right end, not the left. You also see that you’ve drawn a kitchen that will be much more expensive than your customer will even consider. You’ve committed a great deal of time and expertise in vain. Had you been using the “quick sketch” method,