Ready-Made Kitchen Cabinets

Brush up on your options for ready-made kitchen cabinets.
Contemporary Kitchen Frosted Glass Cabinets

Contemporary Kitchen Frosted Glass Cabinets

This kitchen features ready-made cabinets with frosted glass and contrasting bamboo lower cabinets. A gray tile backsplash adds depth and ties the cabinet colors with the smooth white countertops.

From: Meg's Great Rooms

Photo by: Jean-Marc Giboux/Getty Images

Jean-Marc Giboux/Getty Images

By: Sean McEvoy

If you're in the market for new kitchen cabinets but don't want to worry about the hassle and expense of having them custom made, ready-made kitchen cabinets may be a simple and affordable solution.

Sleek and Simple in the Kitchen

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Sleek Sophistication

White, sleek and beautifully simple are all words to describe this contemporary kitchen. Photo courtesty of Mark Lohman Photography

Photo By: Mark Lohman

Texture Combinations

A neutral backdrop is punctuated through the implied texture of a riff cut Walnut counter with a strong grain that continues along the top and down the sides. Photo courtesty of Mark Lohman Photography

Photo By: Mark Lohman

Adding Interest with Lighting

Colorful pendant lighting adds a visual punch of interest in the corner of this kitchen. Photo courtesty of Mark Lohman Photography

Photo By: Mark Lohman

Entertaining with Ease

The stainless steel cooktop is in the perfect location for mingling with guests while cooking. The design lends itself to easy entertaining. Photo courtesty of Mark Lohman Photography

Photo By: Mark Lohman

Green with Envy

Color pops are introduced through the sleek, vibrant stools. Photo courtesty of Mark Lohman Photography

Photo By: Mark Lohman

Available in a wide range of materials, colors and styles, ready-made kitchen cabinets offer convenience and style and are often budget priced. In many cases, they can be ordered online or through your local home improvement, furniture or design store.

There are a few things to keep in mind when considering ready-made kitchen cabinets, and the first is size. Before you begin exploring styles, measure your kitchen thoroughly to get the correct dimensions for your cabinets, then develop a kitchen diagram that reflects those measurements.

Next up, visit cabinet showrooms and browse styles, colors and materials. You can compare prices in showrooms, and you can talk to salespeople about the differences between materials and finishes. You can also explore pricing tiers online from a variety of different home improvement, furniture and design stores.

Equipped with all of your research, you should be ready to make an informed decision on your new ready-made cabinets.

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