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What is Basic Kitchen Pricing?

Basic kitchen pricing is based on a total of 20 feet of wall space. This type of pricing is a common method used by kitchen cabinet retailers to help customers gauge which cabinets cost less and which cost more. Below there are 11 cabinets and 3 accessories which we have used in the sample kitchen seen in the image below. These cabinets are the least expensive options for each finish as this is to be used as a starting point for you to gauge which finishes are less expensive and which are a bit more. We have priced out all of our finishes and listed the basic kitchen price below them, so you are able to easily figure out which finish is more or less expensive then the other finishes. Shipping costs are not included in the basic kitchen pricing.

Our Basic pricing includes the following standard features:

  • Soft closing drawers & doors
  • Dovetail joints on drawers
  • Six-way adjustable sealed hinges
  • Solid plywood construction
  • Solid wood door frame
Basic Kitchen Pricing
Product Code Description Illustration Product Description
 
BBC42 42" Blind Base Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing One door blind base corner cabinet.
 
SB36 36" Sink Base Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing Two door sink base cabinet that comes with two false drawer front and no shelves or center stile. This cabinet does have a full 1/2" back.
 
B09 09" Base Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing One door base cabinet with one drawer and one shelf.
 
B30 30" Base Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing Two door base cabinet with two drawer and one shelf. There is no center stile on this cabinet.
 
W0930 09"W x 30"H Wall Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing One door wall cabinet that comes with two shelves.
 
W1530 15"W x 30"H Wall Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing One door wall cabinet that comes with two shelves.
 
W3030 (x2) 30"W x 30"H Wall Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing 2 door wall cabinet that comes with 2 shelves. This cabinet does not have a center stile.
 
W3012 30"W x 12"H Wall Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing 2 door wall cabinet. This cabinet does not have a center stile.
 
W3612 36"W x 12"H Wall Cabinet Basic Kitchen Pricing 2 door wall cabinet. This cabinet does not have a center stile.
 
BF3 3" Base Filler Basic Kitchen Pricing Base filler. Commonly used to fill gaps between cabinets and gaps between cabinets and appliances.
 
WF3 (x2) 3"W x 30"H Wall Filler Basic Kitchen Pricing Wall filler. Commonly used to fill gaps between cabinets and gaps between cabinets and appliances.
 
DWP Dishwasher Panel With 3" Return Basic Kitchen Pricing Dishwasher panel with 3" filler attached to front (can be trimmed up to 1-1/2" if necessary). Panel is 1/2" plywood.

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