Kitchen cabinets galore!
Deciding on the type of kitchen cabinet is a conundrum that we all go face but with a little supervision, the decision can be made easy peasy lemon squeezy!
Let’s look into some of them:
Customized kitchen cabinets: This is for those who desire the power of monopoly in decision making, right from the materials, designs and determining the price bracket. A major pro in customized kitchen cabinets is that they are sure to meet all your demands, in terms of aesthetics, functionality, storage space, and so much more. You can choose the material, be it wood or glass, the style and finish, color schemes, and additional accessories. The only downside is that the price is steep. But as the saying goes, “Go big or go home”, right? The cost is exorbitant and rightfully so; the cabinets will be specially tailored to suit your liking, from size, personalized construction or nailing down the right material. The price will proportionately increase with the manual labor involved.
Semi-customized cabinets: As the name implies, this combines the best of both worlds: existing stock and customized cabinets. In most cases, they are pre-manufactured, making it an affordable option. On the bright side, it offers more options for selecting special features like swinging, lifting or sliding door with other personalized fixtures.
Stock cabinets: This is the most uncomplicated and reasonably priced option that works for people across all backgrounds. Since they are economical, it is the go-to option for many. But unlike customized cabinets, there’s little to no wriggle room for change. They come in a range of fixed sizes and designs, leaving no scope for versatility. However, they are most practical. They offer a basic range of necessary accessories. Stock cabinets are usually made up of wood, particleboard or melamine.
Pantry cabinets: This is essentially built for storing pantry items. They are typically long and narrow shelves that start from the ground and extend to the ceiling. Due to the sufficient amount of storage space, they can also be used for storing mops or brooms. The cabinets are about 80-90 inches in height.
Drawer cabinets: This is basically a series of drawers that are used for storing cutlery like spoons, knives, and forks. It can also be used for storing silverware like ladles, tongs, and spatula.
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