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Understanding the costs involved in a kitchen renovation is paramount to making informed choices. The national average for kitchen remodel expenses varies due to factors like location, size, and customization. At CabinetNow, we offer a comprehensive guide to average kitchen cabinet costs, tailored to our Custom RTA (ready to assemble) Cabinets and Standard Size Fully Finished RTA Cabinets for a 10x10 kitchen. This serves as a reference to help you gauge pricing for your desired kitchen design. Our aim is to provide transparency and options as you plan your project. Feel free to explore various customizations to match your preferences and style. Table of Contents: Custom Kitchen Remodel Cost Budget Friendly Custom Kitchen Unfinished Shaker Wood 10x10 Kitchen Price Thermofoil/Laminate 10x10 Kitchen Price Premium Custom Kitchen Painted Wood 10x10 Kitchen Price Standard Kitchen Remodel Cost Budget Friendly Standar...Learn More
When it comes to home renovation, few projects are as exciting and transformative as a kitchen remodel. Laura, one of our valued customers, embarked on a journey to rejuvenate her 1977 kitchen while preserving its mid-century modern charm. The result? A breathtaking space that seamlessly blends old-world nostalgia with modern functionality.Embracing the Mid-Century Modern Aesthetic The mid-century modern design movement, characterized by clean lines, functional forms, and a touch of nostalgia, has captured the hearts of homeowners and interior enthusiasts alike. Laura's kitchen was no exception. With a vision of preserving the soul of her kitchen while elevating its style, she opted for a mid-century modern makeover.Honoring the Past: Island Bench Cupboards A true testament to Laura's commitment to preserving the essence of her kitchen is her decision to keep the original island bench cabinets. These cupboards, a relic from the past, held sentimental value for Laura and we...Learn More
When embarking on the task of measuring your kitchen for new cabinet doors, you'll need to familiarize yourself with three prevalent cabinet overlay styles: partial overlay, full overlay, and inset.Partial Overlay Cabinet MeasurementPartial overlay cabinets are designed with doors and drawer fronts that partially conceal the cabinet's face frame, leaving a portion of the frame visible. The degree of overlay can vary, though the industry standard typically stands at ½ inch. This style is commonly found in traditional kitchens.Measuring Single Door Partial Overlay CabinetsThe industry standard partial overlay is ½,” meaning ½” of your cabinet doors cover the face frame of the cabinet box. But, partial can vary, just plug any number you want your overlay to be in the formula below. This formula is generally used for cabinets that have an opening that is less than 24". Opening width + overlay for both sides = width of cabinet door Opening height + overlay for both sides = height o...Learn More
Ordering custom cabinets online can be a convenient and cost-effective way to get the perfect cabinets for your home. Once you've made the purchase, there are several steps to follow to ensure a smooth post-purchase process. In this blog, we will explore how ordering face frame and frameless cabinets online works and the steps to take after receiving your shipment.Shipping & DeliveryWhen ordering cabinet boxes online, the size of the pallet your parts will be shipped on depends on the specifics of your order. For example, if you have tall cabinets, pantry, linen, or tall slab end panels, or if you requested toe kick material or tall fillers for Frameless cabinetry, your order will be shipped on either a 46.5" x 98" or 35.5" x 95" pallet. Smaller orders may be shipped on a 31" x 63" pallet.Handling Pallet DeliveryIf you do not have a fork truck with long forks or fork extenders, it is suggested that you consider having the pallet delivered to your local FedEx terminal and picking it...Learn More