Helpful Information

Because every kitchen is unique, an accurate estimate can only be obtained by meeting with one of our designers who will create a plan and price for your space. However, the guidelines below will give you an idea of some typical budget ranges.




(Price per Lin. Ft.)

*Calculate by measuring the total length of wall space in your kitchen that will have cabinetry/appliances on it, then multiply that number by the price per ft. For islands, calculate the square footage of the island (length x width) and multiply by (0.35). Then multiply by the price per ft. (Includes cabinetry, countertops, appliances, plumbing fixtures, tile backsplash, hardware, and labor – plumbing, electrical & installation.)

Which is the Right Wood for Your Kitchen?

Oak Oak

Heavy, hard and strong wood. Ranges in color from whitish to reddish brown. Coarse texture and an open grain which varies from vertical to a sweeping arch pattern.

Design Tips

Takes light to dark stains well and is ideal for a traditional style kitchen. Can be quarter-sawn for a cleaner, vertical grain.

Maple Maple

Closed grain wood with a smooth texture. Ranges in color from creamy white to reddish brown. Hard, tough and exceptionally resistant to shock.

Design Tips

Does not take darker stains well. Ideal for light to medium tone stains and painted finishes for a clean uncluttered look.

Cherry Cherry

Closed, richly grained wood with smooth texture and reddish tone. Reddish color darkens with age and exposure to natural light producing a deep, rich finish.

Design Tips

Versatile finish palette. Lighter stains perfect for a craftsman-style look and darker stains can create a rich, elegant setting.

Alder Alder

Smooth texture and a subdued, pleasing grain. Very similar grain and color to Cherry wood. Contains characteristic small knots and pin holes.

Design Tips

Takes all stains very well. Knotty variety can create a rustic look. Clear variety offers a less expensive alternative to Cherry.

Lyptus Lyptus

This wood is an eco-friendly alternative because it is a renewable and sustainable resource. It has a closed grain, slightly coarse texture with a pale pink to tan color.

Design Tips

Takes all stains well. It resembles Mahogany wood. Ideal for a warm kitchen, home office, media center, or built-in furniture piece.

TrueLeaf Kitchens Proudly Serves the Following Communities:

Basking Ridge • Bedminster • Berkeley Heights • Bernards Township • Bernardsville • Bridgewater • Chatham • Chester • Far Hills
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Somerset County • Morris County • Monmouth County

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