A huge chunk of a kitchen remodel budget goes to cabinetry. However, all kitchen cabinets are not equal. (Duh.) Right off the top, here are five factors you should consider when choosing new cabinets.
1. Wood: The first and maybe the most obvious is the wood species you choose. Oak cabinets undoubtedly cost less than teak or maple.
2. Layout: A U shaped kitchen costs more than an L shaped kitchen with an island. A cabinet with one shelf obviously is going to be less expensive than a Lazy Susan in a corner cabinet.
Door style, finish and construction of the cabinets will all affect the cost of your new kitchen.
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