Kitchen cabinets for your style
and your budget
Stockbox Kitchens spends ample time and resources researching and analyzing current market trends and homeowner behaviours. Our 4 product lines have been created as a direct response to market movements and consumer preferences. With a wide variety of looks to choose from and different prices to match different budgets, Stockbox Kitchens is for anyone and everyone who wants a quality, lasting, environmentally-friendly kitchen.
The Classic Series features a textured wood-grain appearance in three different color options. All core boxes are CARB II certified, 18 mm thick particleboard with a smooth melamine laminate on the surface and matching color edge bands.
certified, 18 mm thick particleboard with a smooth melamine laminate on the surface and matching color edge bands.
The Luxury Series oozes a refined style and trendy elegance. All core boxes are CARB II certified with a glossy lacquer on the surfaces and edges, and melamine laminate on the backsides.
Increase your kitchen storage. If your countertops are currently cluttered, installing new cabinets can be an excellent way to increase your kitchen storage, so that there’s a place for everything.
Match your interior design. Cabinets take up a lot of surface area, which can impact the interior design of your kitchen. When you design your home, it’s important to make sure that your cabinets match the rest of the look of your kitchen and home.
Make a great first impression. The kitchen is probably the most used room in your home, and old battered cabinets can leave a poor first impression.
Improve your property value. Updating your kitchen cabinets can increase the property value of your home by a lot.
Increase your kitchen’s functionality. If it’s currently difficult to cook in your kitchen, we can help you design a kitchen that you will actually love and use.
Which style should you choose?
Determine if you prefer something classic and textured, rustic-inspired deluxe series, or a feel of luxury. Your design helps inspire your cabinet doors. For instance, will you go with raised arch cabinets, wood shaker doors, or recessed square cabinet?
The amount of storage you need and how to maximize your current space to fit as many cabinets as possible.
How do you want your kitchen organized? If you have appliances you use a lot, where would you prefer them to be, and how much cabinet space will they need?