In order to choose the perfect cabinet, you first must understand that cabinets are sold in three types. The first being stock. These cabinets are mass produced in a factory, and will not vary in size. These tend to be the cheapest option and require you to fit your kitchen around the cabinets. The second type of cabinet is the semi-custom cabinet. This type is similar to stock, in the sense that the design and workmanship are again mass produced, however, you can order them to be a certain size. The last and most expensive option for the type of cabinet is the fully custom cabinet. This type includes your design input, your workmanship input, as well as other related specification details provided by you.

One of the biggest issues our clients run into is choosing between cabinets and drawers. In our experience, drawers tend to allow for more storage space, however, they’re more expensive. Regardless of whether or not you go with drawers, we at Classic Kitchen Designs highly recommend that you choose a soft closing door for all cabinets and drawers.

It’s always important to keep in mind the importance of hardware. Regardless of what type of kitchen cabinet you pick, the hardware will always finish off the kitchen. We recommend choosing hardware that is both simple, and exquisite. You want it to be very transitional, as it’s certainly meant to accomplish a task rather than exist as mere cosmetics.

Looking for a cabinet manufacturer? The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturer Association has some of the best cabinet makers out there. Each and every cabinet made under their name will have their seal of approval. Worried about warranties? Not to worry. Here at Classic Kitchen Design, all purchases have the blue and white KCMA certification seal.

How Much Do Cabinets Cost?

The cost of your cabinets will vary depending on the options that you choose. For more information on pricing, please see us or call in for a free consultation.

What Service Providers Do You Have on Staff?

Here at Classic Kitchen Designs, you’ll have access to top of the line electricians, architects, designers, and even labor force themselves. All our cards are on the table. Your priorities are ours.

More Information

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