The total price will depend on the final product features you select
Open on top. Want open shelving without having to reveal all of your stuff? Consider cabinets with one open shelf at the top — it will be just enough to display favorite items while still allowing most of your stuff to reside behind closed doors. Take a cue from the kitchen shown here and line the open shelf with pretty wood and cabinet lights. Slifer Designs
8. Chalkboard doors. Chalkboard insets made from real slate and framed in reclaimed wood are a refined take on a rustic look that is also quite practical. You can write your grocery lists and favorite recipes right on the cupboards! For a budget-friendly cabinet update, paint your existing cabinet doors with several coats of chalkboard paint and get writing. Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9. Reclaimed wood. Standard plasticky cabinets getting you down? Try old reclaimed wood instead — rich in character, reclaimed wood adds charm and patina. The custom cabinets shown here were made from reclaimed oak, then finished with a whitewash and a clear protective finish.