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    1 Door 1 Drawer Base Cabinet (SE-B12)

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    $257.12/ Piece

    Size:

    12"W * 24"D * 34-1/2"H

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      Product Model SE-B12
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      These cabinets were custom-made for the kitchen’s 10-foot coffered ceilings, says designer Rob Klein, owner of Conceptual Kitchens & Millwork in Carmel, Indiana. He says good design, not price, is what makes cabinets sing. “I can take inexpensive cabinetry and make it look really expensive — it’s how you use it.”Upgraded Finishes1. Custom cabinetry. Cabinet costs range widely, largely depending on whether they come from a big-box store or are semicustom or custom-made. Stock cabinets typically cost $50 per linear foot, while custom cabinetry can run up to $2,000 per linear foot.The key is to know how much the designs you want might cost before you actually start to renovate. Keep in mind that specialty and custom items usually cost more. For example, it may look beautiful to stretch your upper cabinets to 12 feet to balance out high ceilings. But with this design, “you’ve almost quadrupled the cost because your standard cabinet doesn’t go to 12 feet. Now you’re doing super-custom cabinets,” says Tanner Luster, owner of Luster Custom Homes & Remodeling in Scottsdale, Arizona. Ask your architect, designer or general contractor to advise you on the costs of various options early. If you’re acting as your own general contractor and hiring individual tradespeople directly, you can discuss cost upfront with them before you finalize your plan. Read more about different types of cabinets and their costs The countertop material used in this project by Echelon Custom Homes in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is River White granite. 3. Countertops. The cost for countertops ranges widely. Plastic laminate countertops are relatively affordable at $8 to $20 per square foot. Quartz and granite typically run much higher, anywhere from $50 to $120 per square foot. “If you haven’t purchased a countertop in 20 years and you go from a laminate to a Cambria or a quartz or a granite,” be sure you look into the cost of the various options, advises Judy Kimble, marketing manager at Gerhard’s Kitchen & Bath Store in Madison, Wisconsin.Read more about 15 popular countertop materials

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