Here you go: a proper 70s aspirational kitchen. You probably never actually saw one of these in your own youth because you had a 60s kitchen that decayed gracefully through the 70s since no-one had any money to upgrade it. Then the 80s came along and your parents got something in stained pine or – worse – beige. This is the sort of kitchen you saw in the Readers’ Digest ads: modern, angular, coloured according to citrus fruits.
This product consists of three units: a central unit with overhead cupboards (3 LI), and a left and right corner unit (each 1 LI). You get all three of these individually plus all three combinations: sink unit + left corner unit, sink unit + right corner unit and a combined all-in-one. Hopefully that will give you enough flexibility to fit the kitchen to your own 70s requirements.