Cabinets are an essential part of kitchen spaces because they keep everything organized. And to suit various needs, preferences and stylistic taste, different types of kitchen cabinets are offered on the market. Generally, you can choose from custom, semi-custom and stock cabinets.
The Kitchen Store, a trusted provider of kitchen remodeling services, discusses how these cabinets differ from each other. We also share a few tips to help you select the best option for your kitchen.
Custom cabinets come in a wide array of colors, sizes and shapes. They are designed to meet your exact specifications, so custom kitchen cabinets usually take more time to build. They also tend to cost more, and their design, quality and delivery time significantly vary. It might also be worth noting that most custom cabinets are built in a local workshop. However, there are a few brands that have their cabinets built in factories.
Semi-custom cabinets can afford you the best of both custom and stock cabinets. These cabinets are typically available in a wide range of popular styles and colors while allowing for more adjustment options and custom modifications, ensuring a tailored fit. Most semi-custom cabinets are usually made with high-quality standards, so you’re not compromising on anything. A kitchen remodeling expert may recommend these cabinets if you have developed a preference for a particular design of a stock cabinet that normally wouldn’t fit your space.
Stock, or ready-to-assemble (RTA), cabinets can be bought off-the-shelf. They come pre-built and in standard sizes, and they usually have limited design choices. These cabinets are also typically made using economical materials so that they can be offered at affordable prices.
The Kitchen Store has been in business since 1965. We offer a range of kitchen cabinet designs with excellent quality and pricing. We can also provide kitchen cabinet refacing services as well as countertops in various materials.
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