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Where to buy maple kitchen cabinets

Maple wood is perfect for making fabulous furniture. This soft wood has an even colour and uniform grain and is perfect for kitchen units, cabinets and worktops. This article takes a look at where to find maple kitchen cabinets at low prices to suit your style and your budget.

UK retailers

Wood Hollow Cabinets (Woodhollowcabinets.com) For beautiful, high quality kitchen cabinets in a range of solid woods including fruit wood, oak and smooth maple, head to Wood Hollow Cabinets. Whether you're looking for a traditional varnished finish, or prefer a colourful stain, you're guaranteed to find something to match your tastes at Wood Hollow Cabinets. Hot picks from Wood Hollow Cabinets include the fabulous maple pecan range which has an attractive, rustic edge making it the perfect choice for any country kitchen. The natural maple two-kitchen unit style is a sleek modern alternative for a more contemporary look.
Argos (Argos.co.uk) For a great range of cheap kitchen cabinets, head to the popular UK-based catalogue shop Argos. Hot picks include the fabulous Athina 500mm base unit in maple priced at around £59.99 and the Athina 500mm wall unit which is a real bargain at approximately £16.99, saving you 50% on the original retail price. Argos is currently offering some excellent deals such as £100 off when you buy the five-piece Athina package with integrated sink and taps. You can buy kitchen cabinets online from Argos.co.uk or pick up in store.

Overseas stockists

The RTA Store (Thertastore.com) If you're based in the US and are looking for ready to assemble kitchen units, head over to The RTA Store's online outlet for some great DIY and RTA kitchen cabinets in a variety of high quality wood finishes, including some exquisite maple units. Among the favourites at The RTA Store are the beautiful 3/4 inch solid maple kitchen units with a cream glaze. This is a quality cabinet with full extension dovetailed drawers and ships quickly with delivery time quoted at between two and seven days, so you can get your dream kitchen fast! A1 Kitchens, Dubline (A1kitchens.ie) Irish Kitchen furniture retailer A1 Kitchens has a fantastic range of wholesale kitchen cabinets in a variety of high quality wood finishes. Highlights of the A1 Kitchens range include the fabulous maple, alder and oak shaker kitchen cabinets for a modern, minimalist look in your kitchen. Log on to the A1 Kitchens' website now to view the whole selection of stylish maple kitchen units.

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