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Cabinets, Counters and plumbing should be done together.
I also agree with tiling under the appliances, but disagree with Peace Painting about painting last. I would paint before putting in cabinets, appliances, etc., so you don't have to worry about dripping paint on these items (plus it's easier to paint without having to work around cabinets, etc.
We have some examples of our latest kitchen remodel in stages - You might find it helpful: http://bit.ly/nN1o8k
I worked in many homes in the New Orleans area where the cabinets were flooded and damaged, but tile flooring was still in good condition. It took some very creative mosaic work (thankfully we
In many of the kitchen remodels I do the existing flooring stays...so the layout of the cabinets is "set -in stone" matching old tile or weaving in new hardwood is way more trouble. If the original install was done through out the entire floor then your options for moving the range 6" to the left or tweaking the cabinet layout becomes easy.
I can only think of one example where having floor not be under the cabinets is better...in the case of a hardwood kitchen install....(which is not recommended in my book) If the kitchen experiences a leak. (sink, dishwasher ice-maker RO system etc) ..and the hardwood swells and buckles and needs to then be replaced.... not having it under the cabinets does make that repair easier...