If you are on a tight budget, it is advisable that you reface your existing cabinets. Point to be noted here is that refacing is more economical as compared to remodeling. In addition, refacing also take less time in comparison to remodeling. Deciding on kitchen cabinet design for your kitchen is not easy, as you have to choose from four different kinds of design patterns, namely, stock cabinets, frameless cabinets, custom cabinets and semi-custom cabinets.
Stock cabinets are the lowest in price because of the limited choices, colors and styles. Stock cabinets come in 3 grades. The standard grade is made up of particleboard sides and a 4-sided drawer box that is stapled and glued. The midrange cabinets have better drawer boxes, and usually have thicker shelves in the wall cabinets. The higher-grade cabinet has the features of the previous grades in addition to plywood sides, concealed hinges and a better quality finish. They all come with standard accessories.
Which you get is also dependent on how much room your home has available. It's important to know how much space you have available. If you buy cabinets that are too big, while you can sometimes take them back and get a refund, it still is a pain to go through all that hassle.
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