Ready-to-Assemble Kitchen Cabinets

Browse options and ideas for ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets, an efficient and economical way to remodel your kitchen.
Transitional Kitchen With Classic Wood Cabinets

Transitional Kitchen With Classic Wood Cabinets

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Whether you're installing a brand-new kitchen or looking to update an existing one, ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets can be a great cost- and time-saving option.

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Retro Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen Cabinet Colors and Finishes

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Painted Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Repainting Kitchen Cabinets Blue

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Black Kitchen Cabinets

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Glass Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Kitchen Cabinet Options

Contemporary Kitchen Cabinets

Yellow Kitchen Cabinets

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Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets

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Red Kitchen Cabinets

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Green Kitchen Cabinets

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Orange and Gray Eclectic Kitchen

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John Colaneri

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Country Style Kitchen with Recycled Cabinets

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Kitchen Cabinet Designers

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French Country Cabinets in Kitchen

Dark Wood Kitchen Cabinets With Patterned Backsplash

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Cherry Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen Cabinet Design Ideas

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Painted Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

Kitchen Pantry Ideas

Two Toned Kitchen Cabinets

Custom Kitchen Cabinets

Semi Custom Kitchen Cabinets

Tall Kitchen Cabinets

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John Colaneri

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Contemporary Kitchen With Bamboo Cabinetry

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Craftsman Style Cabinets

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Cottage Style Cabinets

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Midcentury Modern Cabinets

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Kristi Nelson

European Kitchen Cabinets

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Kitchen Cabinet Styles

Kitchen Classic Cabinets

Kitchen With Green Tile Backsplash

Kitchen Wall Cabinets

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Modern Gray Bamboo Kitchen Cabinets

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Modern White Kitchen Cabinets

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Replacement Kitchen Cabinets

Open Kitchen Cabinets

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Outdoor Kitchen Cabinets

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Oak Kitchen Cabinets

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Mission Style Kitchen Cabinets

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Contemporary Kitchen with Stock Cabinets

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New Kitchen Cabinets

Distressed Kitchen Cabinets

Photo By: Gordon Swanson

Contemporary Kitchen Frosted Glass Cabinets

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Pine Kitchen Cabinets

Photo By: Brian Brown

Rustic Kitchen Cabinets

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John Colaneri

Photo By: Chris Amaral

White Shaker Kitchen Cabinets

Brown Kitchen with Unfinished Cabinets

Photo By: Garret Bautista

New Kitchen Cabinet Doors

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Transitional Kitchen With Classic Wood Cabinets

Photo By: Jean-Marc Giboux

Old Kitchen Cabinets

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White Modern Kitchen with Small Cabinets

Photo By: Michael Higginson

White Kitchen Cabinets

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John Colaneri

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Wood Kitchen Cabinets

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Pantry Storage

Corner Kitchen Cabinets

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Kitchen Cabinet Door Handles and Knobs

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Ready-to-assemble, or "RTA," kitchen cabinets may remind you of furniture from a certain ubiquitous, Swedish furniture retailer. They generally come boxed and broken down into their component parts, with a set of instructions, hardware and (sometimes) tools included. They can be ordered fully finished or unfinished. If it's your intention to customize a portion of them in some way, you might be able to order them partially finished. Once they arrive, you, a hired contractor, or a family member you "strongly encourage" to take on the job will be tasked with unboxing, assembling and hanging the cabinets.

The two clear advantages of ready-to-assemble cabinets are convenience and cost. They're shipped to your door, or in some cases you can pick them up from the loading dock at a home improvement or furniture retailer. In general, they're less expensive than custom or semi-custom cabinets. However, your options in terms of style may be limited when it comes to ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets, and if assembling and hanging the cabinets is something you're planning to do on your own, you'll need a modicum of DIY ability to ensure they're safely assembled and installed.

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