How Much is a Kitchen?
We repeatedly are told that we have a sensational showroom. However, recently we’ve heard, “oh this place is terrific but we can’t afford you” even before we look at plans or discuss prices. Needless to say, this was the complete opposite intention of our creation. While we are not in the home center price bracket due to the customization and quality of our cabinets, our prices are very competitive.
To give you and example of how our cabinets are priced, please look at the following sample kitchen. This kitchen includes the following:
Raised panel cherry cabinets, Frameless construction, Full overlay doors , Standard stains without glazing, Plywood interiors, Solid maple dovetailed drawers and rollouts, Fully adjustable shelves , Full Extension “Soft close” drawers and doors & Solid wood raised panels on doors and drawers
Corner base carousel, 12 rollout shelves, Vertical tray partitions, Pull-out double trash and recycle bins, Flatware drawer partitions, Cutlery insert, Spice insert, Mullioned Glass doors in wall cabinet, Dishwasher front panel, Tilt-out sink front, pull out towel bar, Crown Moulding & Light rail Pricing for this kitchen in all of our domestic cabinets manufacturers ranges from $23,400.00 – $49,650.00 plus sales tax including delivery. This price range includes our Columbia, Signature, Jay Rambo, Quaker Maid, Christiana, CraftMaid, Bentwood, Woodside and Cottonwood Cabinets The price is for cabinets only, not including countertops, appliances, plumbing fixtures, hardware or installation. All of these materials and services are available through Studio Mehler but not included in this sample pricing.
There are endless variations on this design including layout, cabinet construction, interior options, finishes, mouldings etc. There are nuances with each of the companies that we work that set them apart from their competition. There is no charge to price cabinetry for any project of any size and for any room. Why not set a time to come in for one of our experienced designers to review your project? You might be very pleasantly surprised.