Inexpensive kitchen cabinets that still fulfill your vision for design and style can be achieved with a few basic considerations.
Inexpensive Kitchen Cabinets: Type of Wood
Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is an alternative to 100 percent wood. While MDF is less durable than the real thing, you could consider combining it with pure wood to reduce your costs. For example, a real wood frame with MDF doors covered in a wood grain, Formica, or a surface of your choice.
Inexpensive Kitchen Cabinets: Brands and Extras
Beware of assuming that you have to pay brand name prices for the quality of kitchen cabinetry that you want. You can also keep your costs down by not straying from the basic elements. "Extras" like glass doors, carved wood, interior lighting and extravagant hardware are not necessary for your cabinets to serve their functional purpose. This does not mean sacrificing aesthetics, as the craftsmanship and design of the cabinets' primary elements can still bring your intended style to life.
Inexpensive Kitchen Cabinets: Installation
Instead of paying the middleman fees charged by a full service cabinet company, consider buying the cabinets directly from a manufacturer or retailer―even selecting your cabinets in the store and buying them at a discount online―and then hiring a handyman to install them.
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