To measure your kitchen, you need a tape measure, graph paper, and straight edge. Remember to measure clockwise and keep a record of the length of each wall. Note down the width and height and find your center.
There’s no fixed standard measurement. Most kitchens have 10×10 in homes under 1500 sq ft. In big homes, size is near 200 sq ft, or 12×15. In huge houses, the kitchen is rarely bigger than 20×20 or 400 sqft.
As per the National Kitchen and Bathroom Association, 70+ Square Feet is considered to be the most common size for an average small kitchen, which you will normally find in smaller homes, apartments, and condos.
You can measure your new kitchen cabinets by figuring the number of the space you’re using. Then you multiply the number of drawers, cabinet depth and width. A wall cabinet is about 12-24 inches deep and comes in various heights.
To measure your bathroom, check the width-length of your shower enclosure or its perimeter. Then measure the width-length of the cabinets. Note down the measurements in your bathroom floor plan and label it for future reference.
The average size of a bathroom would normally be 40 sq ft or 5×8 or, however, the typical size is between 40 sq ft-100 sq ft. For a bigger master bathroom, the size would be 110-200 sq ft or more.
The size of a small bathroom with shower is generally around 15 sq ft for a room with just the sink and a toilet. You will need 30 to 36 sq ft more if you want to add a tub or a shower, to both the combination onto one.
The minimum space or distance required to be kept or built between a shower and toilet is around 15 inches from the centerline of a toilet to the wall, or any bathroom fixture.