The total price will depend on the final product features you select
Wood FinishesWhen a stain-grade wood is selected for cabinets, it can mean wildly different things, depending upon the shop and what your desires are. It’s essential to understand what will be delivered before it’s ordered so that everyone has the same expectations. Consider cherry cabinets, like the ones in this photo. They could be Shaker style, with consistent grain and color on the rails and stiles (the frames of the cabinet faces), and with a center panel that has a grain pattern nearly identical to all of the adjacent panels … Ventana Construction LLC
… or they could be flat doors and drawers with a nearly identical grain pattern from floor to ceiling, repeated every 6 to 12 inches or so (called slip matching), as shown here. They could also be book matched, where the grain pattern is consecutive but flipped two at a time to mirror the grain, like pages in a book. They could also be much less expensive and exponentially less planned out than any of these, with the potential for variations in color and grain.