SketchList3D is an end-to-end custom kitchen design solution. Report creation in SketchList3D is directly linked to design. Any change in the design is automatically applied to shop drawings, cut lists, and material layout diagrams.
The All-in-One Kitchen Design Tool
Mouse clicks add joinery and contours
Unlimited species, colors, and grains
Parts and cut lists
Floor plans and elevations
Shop drawings created the way you need them
3D Kitchen Design Made Easy
Craft Detailed Models
Designing with SketchList3D is like building with your hands. Assemble recognizable 3D objects, and set joinery, contours, holes, angles, and board shapes just where you want them.
Create designs quickly and insert them into photos and photorealistic backgrounds of your clients’ homes to bring their dream kitchen to life before their eyes.
Modify Designs Effortlessly
Engage clients in the design process by responding to feedback and kitchen cabinet design ideas with live 3D visuals and estimate updates.
Make Accurate Bids
SketchList3D's purchase list reports calculate material costs, making it easy to define estimates and bid with confidence.
SketchList3D is the premier kitchen cabinet design tool for woodworkers. Over thousands of interior designers, general contractors, homebuilders, corporate users, and woodworking business owners use SketchList3D in their daily work.
Made by professional woodworkers, for professional woodworkers
SketchList3D was selected as the #3 furniture design software program by a leading reviewer. It was developed by a shop owner to provide a design tool that copies the way woodworkers think and do things in the shop. It provides the reports and images required to sell and deliver jobs. Time after time users tell us sales increase and expenses decrease with SketchList3D.
Learn Why Professionals Love SketchList3D Kitchen Cabinet Design Software
“I craft custom sized display cases and display case stands, tables, and display cabinets. When I receive a request for quote for an item, I also generate a model rendering of the item using SketchList, and send this picture to the prospective customer along with the quote. I have received several positive comments back from customers who liked being able to get an idea of what the item would look like. I also use the parts list report as a reference when I start cutting the pieces that make up the item.”