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Luxury Kitchen Cabinets Don’t Have to be Luxury Priced

Top Luxury Kitchen Cabinet Designs

Wellborn Cabinet offers a wide range of quality kitchen cabinets that will make your kitchen dreams come true. Our vertically integrated manufacturing process ensures that each piece of wood is hand-inspected before it is transformed into a cabinet that will be a part of your luxurious kitchen.  

Creating quality cabinets, made in the USA, Wellborn Cabinet prides itself on each of the thirty quality checkpoints on each cabinet door that leaves our plant here in Ashland, Alabama. Available in hundreds of options from door and drawer styles to all the added organizational accessories, the homeowner’s dream kitchen can be created.

How Much Do High-End Kitchen Cabinets Cost?

Prices vary a great deal depending on several items from a wide range of options that include: door styles, door finishes, materials, and accessories installed. Ultimately, the dealer will price the cost of the product, job, and work through the construction process. In the end, homeowners must decide if they would rather purchase tailored luxury high-end cabinets at a higher cost or opt to go with semi-custom cabinets that are packed with organizational accessories for a smaller difference in cost but equal in quality and value for their home.

What Makes a High-End Kitchen?

Whether your home is new construction, or you are planning a kitchen remodel, Wellborn Cabinet and its dealers can help to build a luxurious kitchen at a non-luxurious price. Some homeowners prefer high-end cabinetry that includes rare wood species with a specific grain; however, luxury can also come in accessories installed inside the cabinets and drawers. These homeowners appreciate functionality over fashion.

Kitchen Accessories

Organization and storage are two main features of Wellborn Cabinet’s accessory lines. Spice racks, pull-out shelves, push to open drawers and doors, as well as soft close technology provide amenities that many homeowners didn’t even realize they needed until they’ve experienced them. For added ease, deep two-tier dividers in drawers and add-ins like the metal slide out for cleaning supplies give these cabinets a luxurious and high-end feel at a much lower cost.

Kitchen Equipment

Commonly, many homeowners want to coordinate the color of their appliances with other items in the kitchen.  These could vary from the hardware on the doors and drawers to the lighting fixtures. Typically, stainless steel is the most prevalent choice in new kitchens. Wellborn Cabinet also provides its customers with the option of a semi-custom hood built to specifications based on the vent system they’ve chosen. A beautiful hood that matches the cabinetry does a world of wonders to polish off your kitchen.

Remodeling Your Kitchen

Outdated kitchens can be a thing of the past with the virtually limitless options offered by Wellborn Cabinet. Changes can range from something as simple as the hardware on the doors and drawers to something a little pricier like updating your appliances.  Both things can make your kitchen feel more luxurious and inviting.

What are Luxury Cabinets Made of?

Higher-end cabinetry is typically made of multiple materials.  Wellborn Cabinet offers Oak, Cherry, Maple, Character Maple, and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF). While all our wood materials are available in a multitude of stains or paint finish options, MDF provides a smoother finish for paints. If you love your kitchen and the design, luxury is at your fingertips.

Wellborn Cabinet’s Construction Process and Workmanship

From start to finish, each detail is inspected and double-checked. Timber is delivered directly to the plant where it is cut down and sanded. The wood then needs to dry in one of our dry kilns. After that, in every step of the process, a Quality Assurance inspector makes sure the doors and cabinets meet our standards. The cabinets are inspected a final time before they are boxed and shipped to our dealers.  As Paul Wellborn, CEO puts it, “It is easier for us to fix a problem here at the plant than for us to have to re-do the shipping process. It puts the contractor and the homeowner at a disadvantage if it doesn’t go out right the first time.”

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