You will probably end up spending most of your budget on a kitchen cabinet design. This will be the most expensive because of the total volume involved in the cabinetry. You may also spend a lot on replacing kitchen countertops or appliances as well.
Solid hardwood kitchen cabinets are available, but they're going to have a hefty price tag. The first choice amongst cabinet-buyers is usually those built using a combination of solid wood and plywood. In most cases, plywood is both thicker and more durable than particleboard; however, particleboard will have less expansion.
Within the categories of these two material choices are different grades and types. Particleboard that is high-density is usually stronger than plywood, and usually lasts longer. All types of wood for a kitchen cabinet design will expand and contract from changes in the humidity. Particleboard is usually more resistant to the effects, so if you live in a high humidity area, particleboard would be your best option.
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