I recommend you scrap the kitchen cabinet idea. Go around to
construction dumpsters and salvage some plywood and framing lumber and
build your own. The best time to collect plywood is when the roofing
is being done.
I salvaged lumber in my spare time, this way, for about 2 weeks this
past summer in a subdivision being built. Results: I double-decked my
overhang to the shop (14' x 30') and made 5 floor/work cabinets and
several wall cabinets. I still have a stack of plywood 8' high and
lots of framing lumber under the overhang. Once a few contractors
learned what I was collecting for, they gave me several full sheets,
to boot. Note: Not all contractors allow you to salvage from the
dumpsters...liability! It's not unusual to find quarter to half rolls
of Tyvek in the dumpsters, also.
When the road in front of my house was being widened, 7-8 yrs ago, I
salvaged 21 full sheets and 32 half sheets of 3/4" CDX.... remnants of
catch basin construction. Also, 250' of 8" "old/used" PVC water
line, with sleeves.
I simply asked if I could salvage.