Usually in 3-5 days after shipped you can receive your cabinets, if any damaged we will replacement to you and free shipping.
Are you one of those intrepid homeowners who have Basic Kitchen Cabinets taken on a kitchen remodel themselves (or mostly themselves) and achieved stunning results? We want see your project and hear how you did it. We will be selecting a few kitchens to feature and will interview the homeowners about tips, tricks, materials, costs and those lesson-teaching mistakes made along the way. Show us: Post photos and a few lines about your project in the Comments section below. Be sure to include a bit about what you did with your own hands and what you outsourced. Here are a few examples. "Ilya and Arina Gurfinkel took on the remodel of their 1975 Dallas home, including the kitchen. The project had a steep learning curve and Basic Kitchen Cabinets had them learning how to do everything from demolition to laying tile — all performed outside of their regular corporate jobs. Their best teachers: online video tutorials and hands-on experience. Camille Dickson is a teacher, designer, blogger and do-it-yourself remodeler. She and her husband, Kyle, redid almost every inch of their ranch house. This kitchen was renovated for less than $20,000 by Denise Sabia. Her nephew built the undercounter cabinets, and she painted them. She also reimagined an old red wagon as a kitchen shelf (beside the white upper cabinets). Gemma Bonham-Carter, the blogger behind The Sweetest Digs, staged a cosmetic redo of her kitchen by repainting the cabinets, replacing the hardware and installing simple vinyl tile Basic Kitchen Cabinets in a bold graphic stripe pattern." When planning a lighting scheme for a client’s kitchen, I like to think about cake. Let me explain. On my birthday, a red velvet cake always comes my way, and it includes four layers with a cherry and icing on top. Just like that cake, a well-lit kitchen should also have four layers for different lighting needs. I call these light layers: “doing,” “knowing,” “feeling” and “changing.” "“Doing” lights help you perform manual tasks like prepping and cooking in the kitchen. “Knowing” lights help you navigate your Basic Kitchen Cabinets way around a kitchen. “Feeling” lights make a kitchen feel inviting and comfortable. “Changing” lights help you adjust to the time of day and set a desired mood. And finally, the cherry and icing on top are all about adding decorative fixtures that let your personal style shine.Hammer ArchitectsLayer 1: Lights for Doing Layer 2: Lights for Knowing Layer 3: Lights for Feeling Layer 4: Lights for Changing Cherry on Top: Decorative Light Fixtures Not keen on decorative fixtures? Choosing to minimize visible fixtures is Basic Kitchen Cabinets also a valid style choice ideal for streamlined modern designs. You may want to highlight something else, like the backsplash in this kitchen lit by concealed LED strips."