I got a little lucky that I already had some scrap wood (mostly the plywood and Masonite), I just had to buy 2x4s. But it was definitely under $100. And honestly, I think I over built it a bit, I could've gone with a single peice in places I used 2, and could've used 2x2s in some places too, to save money. But still not that expensive. The laminate sheet was the most expensive single thing.
Ya they really were. When I got them they weren't the same finish, so they stood out as being different, but I had already planned on painting them so I wasn't concerned. So keep that in mind if you have to get cabinets from multiple people (which I did) that their current color /finish isn't important, just paint them!
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