An additional point of consideration is that many kitchen are tall enough to allow for upper and lower cabinets. You should go for these, even though they might seem more costly at first, simply because in the long run, when you've accumulated enough things in your room and you start to feel the need for more space, you will be happy to have additional space in your upper cabinets for things you don't need every day.
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.
Decide which walls you want to install your cabinets and measure doors and windows for exact height and width. You will need to check the space the cabinet door will need when it opens so as not to interfere with existing doors and windows. It is best to install the wall cabinets before installing base cabinets.
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