Home & Garden Space of the Week: These Stylish, Quick-Ship Cabinets Give IKEA Kitchens Some Serious Competition
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IKEA cabinets have long been the go-to choice for those looking to design a stylish, custom-looking kitchen-but without the sky-high expense of made-to-measure cabinets. They're so popular, in fact, that some companies, like, even specialize in creating beautiful fronts that fit standard IKEA cabinets. Taking their cabinet game one step further, , its own line of direct-to-consumer, quick-ship cabinets that gives IKEA a run for its money. So when interior designer was designing a kitchen remodel on a strict schedule (we're talking less than two months), she turned to the new cabinet brand to give the kitchen a semi-custom look, fast.
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In order to complete the kitchen remodel in record time, Sage jumped on a last-minute opening in her contractor's schedule. They met at the house for the first time on Wednesday, and by Friday, the demo was underway. To make the deadline, they only chose items that were immediately available, especially as right now, due to COVID-related disruptions in the supply chain, many products are backordered. In addition to BOXI cabinets, which arrive four to six weeks after ordering, Sage relied on vintage items that could be bought same-day. And when they were scrambling to finish up the remodel just days before the family moved in, Sage called in the home pros atto save the day. The end result is a stunning, thoughtfully-designed kitchen that looks anything but rushed.
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Pro Tips for Sticking to a Schedule
"Wait to break ground until all your materials have arrived, and be sure to open all packaging and review all install specs as they arrive so that you know you have exactly the right pieces on hand," Sage recommends. "I know it's tempting to start right away, but patience is the key to ensuring you won't be held up by shipping and manufacturing delays-or worse, by unfortunate surprises like discovering you received the wrong piece, have to wait four weeks for the correct one, and can't move forward with anything else until then!"
How to Blend Different Decor Styles
Sage designed this kitchen for a husband and wife with two distinct home decor styles. She gravitates toward boho style, while he prefers a more modern aesthetic. They found common ground when they both decided they wanted black cabinets. From there, Sage balanced earthy, artistic choices, like the tile backsplash and wood details, with modern elements, like clean lines and a minimalist range hood.
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The Dark Side
Despite differences in style, Sage's clients could both agree on stylish black cabinets for the space. The clean lines and unfussy design of the Edge Cabinets in the color Peppercorn are balanced by the wood table and hand-crafted tiles.boxibysemihandmade.com
A Faucet that Flows
In a champagne bronze finish, this sleek faucet fits seamlessly in the space, coordinating with the brass cabinet hardware. It comes in five different finishes so you can select the one that match your own kitchen design plan.$387, amazon.com
The Midas Touch
Even if you're not planning a full kitchen remodel anytime soon, switching out your cabinet hardware is one of the easiest ways to give the room a modern update.$10, cb2.com
Brick by Brick
The glaze on this tile is brushed on by hand, giving each piece natural variation and a sheen that catches the light.
People are turning a $200 Ikea cabinet into DIY greenhouses for indoor plants, and a man with 40 plants showed us his genius hack
Grow lights, a temperature gauge, and a few other handy upgrades make this Milsbo Ikea cabinet the perfect little greenhouse for indoor plants.So he created an indoor greenhouse to give his tropical plants a little help.
Rise and Shine
When your kitchen remodel looks this good, you want the elevated accessories to match. This copper drip kettle looks great left out on the stovetop, plus it's designed for precise pouring to improve your morning brew.$125, williams-sonoma.com
Should You Buy Stock Cabinets or Custom Cabinets for Your Kitchen Renovation? .
Use these expert tips to help make the right purchase for your home. With stock cabinetry, speed of installation and cost are on your side, while custom cabinets allow you to add special features and detailed craftsmanship. "There are two major factors in distinguishing stock versus custom cabinets: product selection and pricing," says Eugene Makanev, president of RTA Cabinet Supply LLC, a supplier of ready-to-assemble and pre-assembled cabinetry. Although custom cabinets can be significantly more expensive, they're not always of higher quality.