Morgan Hill, CA

Q: How much do custom cherry cabinets cost?


I want to put custom cherry cabinets in my kitchen. Approximately how much would this cost me? My kitchen is about 10ft by 10ft.

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North Oaks, MA

A: Cherry cabinets cost this much.



Cherry being a premium wood can cost 15% to 25% more than Maple lets say, or Oak. But only 10% more than hickory or 6% more than Alder. Cherry can cost less than Rustic Alder or Rustic Hickory.

But the question is also what do you want in your kitchen. Shaker doors cost less than raised panel. Raised panel with applied moldings add cost, a hand rubbed glaze can add 30% to a cabinets cost, a distressed door can add another 30%.
A 10' x 10' Cherry kitchen can cost between $6,000 to $60,000 depending on many things.

Get your cabinets picked out with all the bells and whistles and a good supplier will be able to give you a price all things being equal.

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A: Custom Cherry Kitchen cabinets



In my area (Long Island New York ) Cherry cabinets -- off the shelf would probably be about 12,000 - 14,000 dollars for that kitchen
The problem is -- you used the word "CUSTOM" That can mean so many things so the cost would increase accordingly. I recently wrote an article on my site -- www.LongIslandKitchenAndBath.com look under kitchen tips

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Carmichael, CA

A: Cherry is a more expensive wood, but this DEPENDS ON THE CABINET LINE



Yes, Cherry is more than Maple, Oak or Hickory. When you say "Custom Cabinets" are you referring to a local shop? You can get quality "Stock" or "Semi-Custom" cabinets in Cherry that may be less than your particular local shop. Stock cabinetry is less because it has limited sizing, accessories and doorstyle and color options. If you can find a "stock" cabinet that has a doorstyle, finish and warranty you like, price it out. Many times these are made with $100,000 machines that can create a nicer cabinet than a local custom shop (usually) for less money. Make sure the cabinet has a nice finish. When you run your fingers over the finish, can you feel dust? Stay away from those dusty finishes.
You might also save cost using a Maple wood with a darker "cherry-like" finish. I did this for a client and she saved almost $2,000. Only you (and a select few) will know it is Maple and not Cherry.

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New York City, NY

A: Cabinets



Custom costs double. By custom I mean custom sized, hand made. The non custom, made by machine or made in china, always come in 3 inch increments and cost about half.

Not that non-custom sellers wont bend and give you a cabinet or two in a custum width, but in general lines it's all 3 inch increments.

Another way you know they are not custom is they will have fillers on the ends or in between cabinets like trim moldings on the faces.

Ultimately the choice of custom over mass produced , with the available quality lines in mass produced, is really a personal preference. If you mind fillers or even the less conspicuous trim fillers pay double for hand made to fit your kitchen exactly if your budget can afford it. Otherwise just buy the made in china ones and be happy that you got them for so cheap.

Of coarse you could always just shrink your kitchen to fit non custom kitchen exactly with no fillers and you could create the impression that it is a custom kitchen to the less discerning eye.

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portland, OR

A: Custom Cabinets



Its hard to state for sure. Its best if you speak with several regional custom cabinet makers. Materials, dimension, level of customization will effect costs.

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