Experts Tell Us the Best Environmentally Friendly Kitchen Cabinets

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Environmentally Friendly Kitchen Cabinets. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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Healthy Cabinet Makers

This product was recommended by Kamila Flieger from Green Snooze

Healthy Cabinet Makers offer handcrafted real solid hardwood kitchen cabinets. They don’t use any veneers, particle board, or other cheap materials in their construction. Instead, they only use 100% American hardwoods which are sustainably harvested from well managed forests. This means that their cabinets are not only built to last, but also have a smaller environmental impact. In addition, all of their finishes are non-toxic and chemical-free. This protects both the woodwork and the owner from exposure to harmful chemicals. With these solid wood kitchen cabinets you can be confident that you’re getting a high-quality product that is also good for the environment.

Natural Bamboo Kitchen Cabinets from Omega Cabinetry

This product was recommended by RickRick Berres from Honey-Doers

The Only Eco-Friendly Cabinets You Need: Hello Alte, These Natural Bamboo Kitchen Cabinets from Omega Cabinetry are great eco-friendly kitchen cabinets. Eco-friendly cabinets are a great investment, and newer models are some of the most stylish cabinets on the market right now. If you want a more modern look to your kitchen, these bamboo cabinets are going to look beautiful, especially in any bright space. When you pair these cabinets with some great tile and granite countertops, you’ll love walking into your kitchen every day.

NEX Bamboo Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Shelf Organizer

This product was recommended by Mimi Paul from Starkflow

These bamboo shelves are very sturdy and are easy to assemble with just a screwdriver. They arrived with all the appropriate hardware. I love that they nest. They fit under my cabinets well. I am happy with my purchase so far. Highly recommended.

MoNiBloom 4 Tier Bamboo Sideboard Cupboard

This product was recommended by Melissa Collins from Perfect Brew

The sideboard cabinet is the perfect addition to your kitchen space. It’s a standing design, which doesn’t take too much space and easily stores your showpiece crockery. The visual door design makes it an aesthetically pleasing design. It’s manufactured from eco-friendly bamboo that reduces our dependence on wood for furniture. The best part of using bamboo is that it’s readily available and doesn’t cost a lot. It’s also super sturdy and highly durable. Additionally, the storage capacity is sufficient to keep your everyday use cutlery on the shelves without overcrowding the cabinet. This multi-purpose sideboard can also be kept anywhere in the house, which makes it a must-have!

Metropolitan Bamboo Cabinet

This product was recommended by Jason Cordes from CocoLoan

Bamboo is a fast renewable material; it is an excellent choice for environmentally friendly cabinets. It is one of the world’s quickest growing plants, reaching maturity in just a few years. Bamboo has a unique, unmistakable grain that provides an aesthetically attractive appearance. We offer both solid cored and veneered bamboo doors in a range of designs and finishes.

Kate and Laurel Mace Rustic Wood Storage Cabinet

This product was recommended by Vicky Cano from Meal Fan

The Kate and Laurel Mace Cabinet is made from eco-friendly, rustic wood that is designed to last. Its solid wood construction is complemented by reliable, heavy-duty hardware. It is 24 inches wide, 20 inches high and 9 inches deep, making it perfect for use in small vanity or tight wall spaces. At $182, this kitchen cabinet is an absolute steal.

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