Kitchen Cabinets in Cedar Park

From in-stock options all the way to custom orders, Cabinet IQ offers the best kitchen cabinets in Cedar Park. We have a wide variety that will suit any style or budget.

Full Custom Kitchen Cabinets

Invest in quality custom craftsmanship made in Cedar Park.

A wide range of options for you to choose from.

Envision your dream kitchen and let our experts in Cedar Park deliver it to you. We offer a wide range of custom cabinetry options that allow endless flexibility in door styles, wood species, paint or stain options.


Semi-Custom Cabinets

 Spend your money on high-quality custom craftsmanship made in Cedar Park.
You can’t go wrong with our wide selection of options!

Semi-custom cabinets offer a perfect balance of cost and quality. These kitchen cabinets are made in various door styles, wood species and paint options with less design flexibility but still provide high end features at an affordable price point.

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Stock Cabinets

Pick out from our wide variety of cabinets available to you within days.

The perfect cost-effective kitchen cabinets with diverse styles and colors. The finish options and doors styles may be limited, but we pride ourselves in affordable price points and fast delivery in Cedar Park.

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Kitchen Cabinets FAQs

  • Cabinet IQ in Cedar Park, TX offers RTA, semi-custom, and custom cabinets to suit your preferences or you budget. 

If you want to fully customize your kitchen to your desired style, then you should opt for our semi-custom or custom cabinets. Although our semi-custom cabinets may have less design flexibility, with out custom cabinets you get to decide on everything from material, door style, and finish. 

Our stock and RTA cabinets, on the other side, as the name suggest are ready to assemble and you cannot customize the size, finish, and door styles according to your preferences. These kitchen cabinets, however, are the most budget-friendly ones we offer.

The return on investment may vary depending on the housing market of the area you live in, and also the overall value of your house and the others in your neighborhood. However, a kitchen remodel increases the value of your kitchen thus increasing the chances you recover up to 77.6% of your investment.

  • Kitchen remodeling projects might be more than just a change of scenery – they’re an opportunity for homeowners to update and improve the overall quality-of life. That’s why our kitchen cabinet designers in Cedar Park take into account what you need as well, so that your new space is functional and beautiful.
    Here are a few of the most popular accessories, and the ones people regret not getting the most often:
  • Pull-out Wastebasket
  • It’s always nice to have a wastebasket cabinet close to your sink. Two baskets fit in perfectly for your trash and recyclables.
  • Spice Racks
  • A slim cabinet that’s big on storage. It’s perfect next to the cooktop to keep frequently used ingredients within reach.
  • Cabinet Lights
  • Brighten and beautify any space with cabinet lighting of various types. 
  • Blind Corner Pull-outs.
  • Invite big bowls and giant items into this creative cabinet. A sleek look so you can stop bending and reaching to get large items out of the back.
  • Roll-out Trays
  • A wide variety of full-extension roll out trays are available for base cabinets Cedar Park homes should include and wall pantries. You’ll never have to dig around the back of your cabinets again.
  • Corner Drawers 
  • Turn disorganized corner cabinets into organized storage
  • Utensil Organizers
  • You can forget about messy utensil drawers by using these specialty drawers with dividers. Perfect for near your cooktop.
  • Flip Out Sink Base Trays
  • Makes use of the wasted storage area under the sink. Great for scrubbers and sponges that you want to keep within reach but out of sight. 
  • Hidden Drawers
  • A clever way to keep your kitchen items out of sight until you’re ready to use them. These are available in most base cabinet widths.
  • Hidden Toe Kick Drawer 
  • Holiday place-mats you only bring out once a year? Cookie sheets? This clever storage solution is ideal for small-space kitchens if it’s flat, it fits.
  • Base Wine Rack Cabinet
  • Beautiful and functional, this cabinet is great for wine bottles or other decorative storage.
  • Dish Organizer
  • Pegged drawer bases are adjustable to keep dishes neatly organized.

The National Kitchen and Bath Association puts a different spin on the cost of a kitchen remodel. The group recommends budgeting 15% to 20% of the value of your home for a kitchen remodel. Here’s how that might look:

For a home valued at $200,000, the budget for a kitchen remodel would be $30,000 to $40,000.

For a home valued at $400,000, the budget for a kitchen remodel would be $60,000 to $80,000. says you should ask these five questions:

  1. How much can I afford to spend?
  2. What do I want in a kitchen?
  3. How do I want to use the kitchen (cooking, entertaining, studying, working and so forth)?
  4. How long can I go without a kitchen during the remodeling project?
  5. Will I be selling the home in the near futuJust as every remodeling project is different, so is the expense of each project.
  6. According to HomeAdvisor, an average kitchen remodel costs $25,093, or $150 per square foot. The website puts the typical price range at $13,095 and $37,115, and says most homeowners spend anywhere from $75 to $250 per square foot.
  7. HomeAdvisor points out that the total cost depends on a variety of factors, such as the size of the kitchen and quality of materials.
  8. A smaller project, costing $10,000 to $15,000, might include painting walls, refacing cabinets, upgrading the sink and installing a tile backsplash, HomeAdvisor says. Meanwhile, a $30,000-plus renovation might feature custom cabinets, hardwood floors, granite countertops and high-end appliances.
  9. Remodeling magazine offers different estimates for the cost of a kitchen remodel. For 2020, its says the typical cost is:
  10. $23,452 for a basic kitchen remodel.
  11. $68,490 for a mid-level kitchen remodel.
  12. $135,547 for a high-end kitchen remodel.
  13. re? 

“Once your budget has been determined, cut it by at least 25%. Set the extra money aside as a cushion to make unexpected surprises much less stressful,” suggests. recommends setting aside less money (10%) to cover construction overages and other expenses that might pop up.

Regardless of the amount you allocate for surprise costs, says you should price out every component of your kitchen remodel, including materials and labor. Cabinetry and hardware typically represent 29% of the cost of a kitchen remodel.

“Cabinets are the workhorse of the kitchen,” Tennille Wood, CEO and principal designer at Beautiful Habitat in Denver, tells NerdWallet. “The entire floor plan and function of the kitchen is built on them.”

Consumer Reports emphasizes that cabinets play a big part in how your kitchen looks and functions.

“Bottom line: Get the kitchen cabinets right and your chance of loving your new kitchen will go way up,” the magazine says.

How does one decide whether to choose a shaker door style? What does it even mean? Yes, your door style is one of the most important choices you will make, as cabinets are your biggest kitchen renovation expense. There is a way you can take the strain out of this decision-making process and make choices that fit your personal style and fit into your home’s aesthetic. Start with the look you want to achieve. Pictures are helpful, styles, colors, textures. When you have an idea of what you want to achieve, getting there is easier.

Choosing the right wood type.

The door style and finish are important, but everything starts with the wood. The type, color, and grain will affect the look and feel of your room with its unique patterns and characteristics. No two pieces are the same. You can learn more about wood types on our partners’ sites and in the finishes they offer.

Selecting a door style.

Once you choose a wood type, you can choose a door style and finish available in that style, or vice versa. There are three major considerations in choosing a door style, other than the wood type: the frame shape, the panel style, and the overlay type. These things and the combination of them help create a look, whether traditional, modern, transitional, rustic, or others.

The Frame Shape

This is typically either square (straight perimeter) or arched (rounded arch at the top). Either of these styles can have raised (center panel raised) or recessed (center panel flat) styles. Raised panel styles can achieve both a traditional and modern design. Recessed panel square-framed styles are known as “shaker” cabinets. It’s very recognizable and very versatile. It’s a classic look that can achieve a traditional to a modern style and pair with just about any wood, stain or paint color and is very budget-friendly. You can find shaker styles in just about any RTA kitchen cabinet, stock cabinet, or semi-custom brand of cabinets

The Panel Style

From the flat panel to raised panel, beaded to slab, inset (and others), the panel style will help you achieve a specific look. Some are very distinctive, like beaded, mullion, or glass inset styles. Beaded styles provide a very rustic old-world style, while slabs tend to look very minimalist and modern.

The Finish (Color) 

This really comes down to the style you want. The style of the cabinets will also influence the finish you choose and the overall look you achieve. Here is a loose guide:

Modern / Contemporary – White is the most popular for a modern look, followed by shades of gray, blues, and even black. Neutral colors work well with the straight, smooth door-style shapes.

Traditional – Natural wood colors are classic here, and white is also increasingly popular. Raised panel cabinets are usually seen with traditional looks.

Farmhouse – Farmhouse and Country designs are also popular with white, light grays, and cream colors, with traditional raised panel cabinets.

Industrial – Combines metal accents with wood for a more industrial look and feel. Slab styles are typically combined with darker wood tones.

Transitional – Combines some traditional kitchens like crown molding and simple cabinetry styles, such as a shaker style with contemporary elements and finishes for a more relaxed and updated look.

The results of a kitchen remodel can be delightful. But getting to that point can be daunting. You can ease the stress by following these six tips for preparing for a kitchen remodel.


  1. Set a budget


If you’re doing a DIY kitchen remodel, establish a budget before you grab any demolition tools.


Figure out what you want to accomplish with the remodel and how much you can afford to spend. You’ll need to consider the cost of materials and equipment for the project. According to Houzz, the median price tag for a kitchen remodel in the Cedar Park area is $37,000.


  1. Hire a qualified professional


Not going down the DIY road? Then you’ll need to hire a certified kitchen remodeler or designer. This pro can oversee the project from start to finish, including helping set a budget, kitchen design, labor and material selections (including the all-important kitchen cabinets).


More than anything else, a professional can take the headaches out of tackling the project on your own and can deliver a high-quality outcome.


  1. Pick a temporary kitchen


For any kitchen remodel, particularly a major project, it’s wise to carve out a space in your home that can serve as a substitute kitchen. This could be your dining room, family room or basement, for instance. Until the project is completed, your temporary kitchen might be home to your refrigerator, hot plate, microwave and other cooking necessities.


  1. Stock up on disposable kitchen items


When your kitchen is in the midst of being remodeled, it might be tough to wash and dry dishes. Therefore, it’s smart to stockpile disposable plates, cups, utensils and cups so you can avoid the washing-and-drying routine.


  1. Gear up for the chaos


Kitchen remodels tend to be noisy and dusty, and can even be frustrating. That’s why it’s important to be patient during the remodeling process. Just expect this and remember how great your kitchen will look after the project is done!


To maintain your sanity:


  • Head outdoors. Go on walks, ride your bike, play with the dog in the backyard, take your kids to the park — whatever it takes to enjoy a little peace and quiet.
  • Relax. Whatever method works for you, set aside time to take care of yourself mentally.
  • Get away. If you can do so safely, this may be a great time for a break to visit relatives or even take a “staycation.” Some kind of getaway can improve your mood and take your mind off the remodeling project. 

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