In some cases, stock kitchen cabinets may not be a good choice. There are some occasions where they may not be suitable replacements for custom built cabinetry, such as you may find in an historical home. Fortunately, you can usually get cabinets that fit in these setups, though it may require a bit of fairly detailed measuring figuring out what will work.
Another option for remodeling your kitchen is installing unfinished kitchen cabinets. You can save money by buying unfinished kitchen cabinets and applying the paint or stain yourself. This allows you to match a space or color inside your home for a truly unique look. Unfinished cabinets are usually the most cost-effective, so you have flexibility to experiment with colors, stains, veneers and laminates until you find the look that you enjoy the most.
The inside of your kitchen cabinet boxes are as important as the outside. Check each cabinet box thoroughly. You will want to do this carefully because poorly made cabinets will have sharp edges, and you could end up getting hurt. The inside of the cabinet has to feel as smooth as the front. It shouldn't be rough or raw looking. While you're looking inside the cabinets, check the shelves. You want three-quarter-inch plywood shelves; lesser-quality five-eighths or half-inch particle board shelves may sag under the weight of heavy dishes and cans. Always ask your kitchen cabinet manufacture if they use quality domestic plywood, normally this is industry standard.
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