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IKEA’s cabinets are made out of MDF (MDF stands for Medium Density Fiberboard) wrapped in a very durable melamine finish… And no, MDF is not the same thing as particle board…
It’s MUCH stronger and can be used for the same building applications as plywood
IKEA cabinetry for the fictional 10 x 10-foot kitchen is generally projected to cost from about $899 to perhaps $2,999, depending on style of cabinets chosen.
Once again, these costs are for only the cabinets, doors and hardware, unassembled and unmounted. There is so much more to a kitchen than cabinets
Yes, you could go all the way to custom-made, solid wood cabinet boxes and doors. However, for most people (including us) this just wasn’t a feasible option.
Yes, you can save some money on custom cabinets by using local builders or smaller companies, but it is still far more expensive than IKEA kitchen cabinets.
Make sure the contractor you hire — whether Ikea’s or your own — will install cabinets he didn’t assemble; some won’t.
On average, it should take two adults around eight hours to put together 10 cabinets, according to experienced and inexperienced DIYers.