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What is a 10' x 10' Kitchen?

 10x10 Sample Kitchen larger

A 10' x 10' kitchen is a kitchen which is 10' long by 10' wide.  There are 11 cabinets included in our 10' x 10' kitchen price.  Basically, a 10' x 10' kitchen is the industry standard as a set way to price a kitchen.  The 10' x 10' price is a good way to estimate what your kitchen cabinet cost may be.

For an exact price, submit your layout for a FREE QUOTE.


If my kitchen is smaller than 10' x 10', then my price should be less, right?

Usually. A 10' x 10' kitchen is based on Base Cabinets, meaning a door and drawer.  A Drawer Base Cabinet costs more because of production cost and they have more hardware involved.  When you replace a Base Cabinets with a Drawer Base Cabinets your price will increase.  Height of the Wall Cabinets is another factor that will increase the price. 42" tall wall cabinets are more expensive than the 30" tall cabinets which is the height used to calculate a 10' x 10' kitchen price.

As with any other product, adding options such as crown molding or light valance will also increase the price.

How you should measure your kitchen for the most accurate estimate:

1. Start with the first wall on the left and work to your right around the room. First, measure the overall length of each wall in your kitchen.

2. Indicate all breaks in walls (windows) by measuring from the corner to the outside edge of the molding.  Also indicate any permanent appliances, doors, and openings.

3. Measure to center line of plumbing, ducting and outlets. Compare measurement “A” against the total for measurements “B”. Finally, measure the height of refrigerator so that we can adjust the height of cabinet above the refrigerator.


Is shipping included in the price?

Freight is not included in any of our products.  For an accurate shipping cost please contact us with your order including ship to address.  Freight is calculated by weight of order and distance from the Distribution Center.  For anything over 75 lbs we use LTL freight.  You can figure shipping will cost approximately 15% of your order's total.


How do I assemble my Kitchen cabinets and Vanity?

There are two main assembly types:

Cam lock or Interlocking Bracket. These types of cabinets are the easiest to assemble. Most of our cabinets come with cam lock or interlocking metal bracket assembly. Only a screwdriver is required. Average time to assemble a double door wall cabinet is 10-15 minutes.

Staples and Wood Glue. Many professionals prefer this method because it creates a more custom look and you have more control over cabinet construction. This method requires an air stapler and wood glue. Average time to assemble a double door wall cabinet with staples is 15-20 minutes.

Video Assembly Aide

Printable General Assembly Sheets


How is VanityKings LLC better than big box home improvement stores?

Unless you special order cabinets (which costs A LOT more and takes A LONG time to receive) expect to find cabinets made of MDF and particle board.  VanityKings LLC's cabinets are made of all wood and NO MDF or PARTICLE BOARD.  Your new vanity and/or kitchen cabinets are delivered in far less time (7-10 business days vs. 3-6 weeks).


How should I measure my bathroom?

Measure the width of the available space and indicate sizes that against wall. Take into account the space necessary for cabinet doors and drawers to open. Consider door clearance and toilet location when designing your bath and make sure that a 21” deep bathroom vanity will work in your available space.


What are your cabinets made from?

The cabinets VanityKings LLC sells are made with solid wood doors with plywood constructed boxes.  No MDF or particle boards!  A majority of VanityKings LLC cabinets are made from Maple, but there are some made from Birch or Alder. 


How should I clean my Kitchen Cabinets and Vanity?

As with all wood products, avoid excessive moisture. Our cabinetry is designed for use inside the home or other buildings and is not intended for outdoor applications. Once your cabinets have been installed, wipe down all exteriors with a damp cloth to remove dust. Complete a small area at a time and wipe dry.

Never use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads or powdered cleansers. Do not allow oven cleaner to touch any part of the cabinet.

NOTE: Do not use a dish cloth to wipe your cabinet exterior, since it may contain remnants of grease or detergents.