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High End Kitchen Cabinets

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High End Kitchen Cabinets

If your cabinets are in good shape, there are ways to freshen them up without dishing out money for a whole new set. You can repaint them and replace the hardware. Or, says designer Lauren Levant Bland of Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath, replace some cabinets with open shelves—a cost-saver that can also make your space look unique. Another option is to replace only the cabinets from the waist up. Base cabinets are more expensive than their elevated cousins because they’re larger—often 24 inches deep instead of 12—and can have features such as drawers and turntables. What’s more, base cabinets are less noticeable, so you can change the look of the kitchen for a fraction of the price.
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

Consider Your Budget There are three cabinet types: stock, semi-custom, and custom. (See a side-by-side comparison below.) Stock cabinets are sometimes sold at home centers pre-assembled, while Ikea and other stores sell versions that require assembly. Stock cabinets are usually limited in colors and styles. Semi-custom cabinets offer more style options and configurations, allowing a more precise fit for your kitchen. Custom cabinets are the most expensive option, but can include many added features you’ve chosen, and of course, your exact specs.
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

Selecting new cabinets can be a big expense when remodeling and may account for as much as 40 percent of your kitchen renovation budget. They set the design style for your kitchen and you’ll have them for years. No pressure, right? With such demands on dollars and design, the current trend is to be more conservative. White cabinets are popular. So are cabinet styles that are less fussy and more streamlined—such as the clean lines and square corners of Shaker cabinetry. Use this buying guide to help you choose, but note that Consumer Reports does not test cabinets at this time.
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

Pedini Italy has been manufacturing modern cabinets & kitchens since the 1950’s and became well-known for utilizing contemporary kitchen cabinets design and technology in its high-quality composition.   Today, being one of the most well known Italian kitchen design brands, Pedini is dedicated to R&D, keeping up with the latest trends, and introducing stylish finishes along with cutting edge design concepts on a regular basis.
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

Trendy u-shaped enclosed kitchen photo in Sydney with glass-front cabinets, green cabinets, white backsplash, multicolored floors and marble backsplash — Houzzglass cabinets like butler pantry — A.J. Schreiber EmbedEmailQuestion
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

This kitchen gets it right. Look at the soft functional tones of this space. The lighting is warm and effective over head, under cabinets and over the ever-popular island area. Mistake 2. Forgetting task lights in the kitchen. There are many better ways to light the counter, and one of them is to use fluorescent (T5), xenon or LED task lights under the upper cabinets.
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High End Kitchen Cabinets

Example of a classic eat-in kitchen design in Minneapolis with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, white cabinets, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets and dark hardwood floors — Houzzlove how the shades on the long windows on the right are barely visible. they hide when not in use. — R Adler EmbedEmailQuestion

High End Kitchen Cabinets

Bob Kay’s firm, Kitchen & Bath Factory, specializes in small spaces in Montgomery County, Virginia, and DC. He says he can do a full remodel—new cabinets, countertops, floors, lighting, appliances, and labor—for as little as $25,000. But he cautions, “You’re not getting the Mercedes at that price.” One of the easiest ways to save money is to choose stock cabinetry. “The construction doesn’t drive the price as much as the look of the door does,” Kay says. To keep costs down, he tells clients to opt for plain doors in inexpensive materials such as oak and then accessorize. “Think of the cabinets as a black dress and the tile and countertops as the kick-ass things people notice.”
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For large volume multi-unit orders, Pedini offers the same high-end kitchen product quality and up-scale kitchen design that is part of their standard collection but with the ability for one to fully customize the design, at a very competitive price. See examples of such projects here >>.
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The kitchen used to end where the first group of cabinets ends, and the breakfast room had a big wall unit blocking the windows. A pop of green is provided by the Panton chairs and plays off the vibrant foliage seen in the backyard. “We designed the house to bring in as much of the outdoors as possible, from enlarging windows and bringing in plants,” explains Donadel.
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At this price, your options for cabinets begin to open up as well. Rather than off-the-rack, homeowners in this budget can afford semicustom cabinetry, which allows them to choose from a variety of materials, finishes, shapes, and sizes. Designers say semicustom factories can often accomplish about 80 percent of what customers want at prices significantly less than fully custom cabinets.
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Pedini prides itself on its highly-tailored design, excellent manufacturing process, top-notch customer-service and client aftercare. These services remove the stress from  buying a high end kitchens and ensure that every kitchen is designed and built to meet the specific needs of the most demanding customers.
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It may be surprising to see a formerly industrial material in a high-end kitchen, but concrete is covering counters in some of the most costly kitchens around. The material’s adaptability is a big part of its popularity. “Cast concrete is a truly handmade product that can be customized in a variety of ways and represents a design collaboration between the builder and the client,” says designer Jayme Guokas. Here, rich surface variation and an integrated drainboard create the custom look.
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In the course of adding a two-story addition to a landmarked Brooklyn townhouse, architect Ben Herzog, working in conjunction with interior designer Elizabeth Cooke-King, added a large, light-filled kitchen to the home. As a fitting focal point for this dramatic space, the design team chose beautiful Azul Macauba, a blue stone from Brazil, to top the Shaker-style white cabinets.
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In this large kitchen, the equally large “aircraft carrier of an island” (as the builder describes it) features double sinks and polished Breccia Paradiso marble with a mitered 4″ thickness. The bold marble stands out in part thanks to the simplicity of the rest of the materials in the space: cabinets with a dark, mocha stain, a painted glass backsplash and limestone flooring. Design by Tongue & Groove Custom Builder.
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A little research beforehand can save you time and money. Research manufacturer and retail websites, then take a good look at store displays; you’ll be able to tell the quality cabinets from the polished pretenders once you know where to look. Trust your taste. The kitchen should complement the rest of your home, so choose what you love.
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Installing new kitchen cabinets can be tricky. If you’re not sure you can handle the job on your own, you can find a qualified pro to help at Porch.com. What’s Porch? The site connects you with local contractors to help with maintenance or remodeling projects, making home improvement that much easier.

3 Need a General Contractor? Installing new kitchen cabinets can be tricky. If you’re not sure you can handle the job on your own, you can find a qualified pro to help at Porch.com. What’s Porch? The site connects you with local contractors to help with maintenance or remodeling projects, making home improvement that much easier. Enter your ZIP code below and Porch will find up to four contractors for your project, or choose your own pro.
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Need a General Contractor? Installing new kitchen cabinets can be tricky. If you’re not sure you can handle the job on your own, you can find a qualified pro to help at Porch.com. What’s Porch? The site connects you with local contractors to help with maintenance or remodeling projects, making home improvement that much easier. Enter your ZIP code below and Porch will find up to four contractors for your project, or choose your own pro.
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Installing new kitchen cabinets can be tricky. If you’re not sure you can handle the job on your own, you can find a qualified pro to help at Porch.com. What’s Porch? The site connects you with local contractors to help with maintenance or remodeling projects, making home improvement that much easier. Enter your ZIP code below and Porch will find up to four contractors for your project, or choose your own pro.
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Given how much wood is required to fill a kitchen, even “off the rack” cabinets made of the most affordable materials add up. Then there’s the labor that goes into building, finishing, and installing each cabinet.
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Many homeowners think this budget will buy them the kitchen of their dreams—an approach that designers say can get dangerous quickly. Remember that refrigerators hidden behind cabinet doors, commercial-style ranges, fully custom cabinets, and very thick stone countertops are popular and expensive choices that aren’t likely to be affordable in this range.
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Beyond these basics, experts say that in this price category, it’s all a matter of taste. Some homeowners want to incorporate one-of-a-kind antiques into their kitchens; others will splurge on furniture-grade cabinets, gasp-worthy stone countertops, or handmade marble mosaics. Those who love to cook might opt for professional ranges and other pricey appliances. The most important thing is to be realistic about how you use your space. If you don’t cook much and your kitchen is more a gathering place, there’s no need to spend on the nicest cooktop and range on the market—perhaps use that money for top-of-the-line counters instead.

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