There are 4 types of cabinet classifications for you to consider before deciding on the perfect one for your kitchen. They are stock cabinets, custom units, semi-custom units and frame or frameless units. However, keep in mind that the final cost will depend on the manufacturer or brand, the size or layout, interior accessories and the type of wood and finish that you prefer.
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.
Construction. Low quality cabinets are often put together with glue or with nails or staples. This is not a good idea (if you have the choice) because under the heavy use of kitchen cabinets and drawers, they will not last. High quality cabinets will be joined with dove tail construction. This is one of the most important aspect of kitchen cabinet design.
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