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.
Some cabinet doors are made of solid wood, which is generally more expensive. Although solid wood and plywood kitchen cabinet doors are regarded a stronger and thicker, particleboard is considered less likely to expand.
If your space is quite limited, you must think about every design possible that could use it in a smart manner. You don't want to slam and cram in a huge cabinet in your kitchen, blocking everything in the way. That would be inconvenient for you. Try a rotating cabinet, the ones that uses less space. It gives you more storage capacity and allows you to reach for stuff much easily. You could simply spin it until you see the object that you are suppose to get. Like a knife or a spoon, perhaps. These are the suitable types of design for kitchen cabinets for small areas.
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