Whether you’re contemplating purchasing a small vacation home, putting an in-law suite over the garage, or simply adding a wet bar to your family room, RTA (ready-to-assemble) Kitchen Cabinets may be the ideal solution for your kitchen cabinet dilemma. Imagine being able to purchase all the base and wall cabinets needed for a small kitchen for less than $600 or about what the major manufacturers might charge for one or two kitchen cabinets.
RTA Cabinet Kitchen Solutions for Small Spaces or Tight Budgets
What exactly do you need to create a small kitchen or wet bar in a small space? When you really think about it, all you really need is a sink base cabinet with a little bit of storage and counter space and a perhaps a few wall cabinets up above. RTA Cabinets are exactly what’s needed for a small kitchen or wet bar without all the bells and whistles that can drive up the price. Don’t think that you’re sacrificing quality – these easy to assemble instant kitchens meet the same high construction standards as the other cabinets you would find in the big box stores. Most stores are now carrying some form of ready-to-assemble cabinets, and you can also find them all over the internet. It is best to stay away from the brands that have particle board or fiberboard box construction. What you’ll get with your instant kitchen:
• A 60 inch sink base cabinet without any dividers to restrict storage space
• 60 inches of wall cabinets – configuration can vary depending on model chosen, but in most cases they consist of two 30 inch cabinets and two 15 inch cabinets
• A six inch deep single bowl top mount sink
• Cabinets are finished inside and out
All that’s needed is to add your choice of countertop and plumbing fixtures and you’re in business. Most ready-to-assembly cabinets feature all wood construction in wood species such as oak, maple, and cherry and you can choose from several cabinet styles. Pricing ranges from about $300 to just under $600 depending on the wood type and cabinet style selected.
These instant configurations can also be considered starter kitchens as they’re very easy to expand in the future if the need ever arises. If you’re doing a kitchen remodel on a tight budget, these cabinets provide enough to have a usable kitchen until your budget permits moving forward. Whether all you need is a small kitchen or the anchor for a future expansion, ready-to-assemble cabinets may be just what your project needs.