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Model #SWxFSB36-NI

Ready to Assemble 36 in. x 34.5 in. x 24 in. Shaker Farm Sink Base Cabinet with 2-Door in White

Product Overview

Plywell Ltd. keeps pursuing the better quality of cabinetry in the market. Our all-plywood cabinets ensure the solidness, strength, and durability in the industry. We provide cabinets which feature deeper drawers, thicker doors and side panels, and easier assembly. All cabinets have soft close doors and drawers, and the door hinges are 6-way adjustable. The shelves are also plywood-made and adjustable to maximize storage. Take your time to do some research of our ready-and-easy-to-assemble cabinets, and find the ones that suit your kitchen or bathroom the most.
  • Cabinets come unassembled, it means ready to assemble (RTA)
  • Cabinet doors, drawer fronts and face frames are constructed using hardwood, raised panel doors feature solid center panels except for painted product which as a solid MDF panel, recessed panel doors feature hand selected veneer to eliminate zebra stripe with solid MDF panel
  • Our cabinets are made from solid hardwoods and furniture grade plywood, there is absolutely no particleboard contained in our cabinetry
  • Our cabinetry features 4-sided drawer boxes constructed from 5/8 in. thick solid hardwood featuring dovetail joints and fully captured 3/8 in. thick plywood floor, drawers slide smoothly on an under mount full extension soft close drawer glide
  • Soft-close door feature is standard for our cabinets
  • All cabinets feature a sanitary, wipe-clean, UV coated finished interior
  • Elegant cabinetry with great value
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Fully integrated panel joinery for strength
  • Cabinet boxes: side panels: 1/2 in. plywood, top and bottom: 1/2 in. plywood, back panel: 1/2 in. plywood, frame: 3/4 in. solid wood
  • White color on front and 2 sides
  • Nature wood color interior with transparent paint
  • Dovetail the bottom panel and back panel making assembly a breeze

Info & Guides

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Assembled Depth (in.)
24 in
Assembled Height (in.)
34.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
36 in
Interior Cabinet Depth (in.)
23 in
Shelf Thickness (in.)
0.75 in


Box Material
CA (CARB) Compliant
CARB Compliant
Cabinet Collection
Cabinet Construction
Cabinet Door Height (in.)
Cabinet Door Width (in.)
Cabinet Finish
Cabinet Material
Cabinet Product Type
Cabinet Shade
Color Family
Door Handing
Door Material
Finished End
Right and Left
HUD Approved
Kitchen Cabinet Features
Finished Interior,Soft Close Doors,Structural Toe Kicks Included
Number of Drawers
No Drawers
Number of Shelves
No Shelves
Overlay Type

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

Questions & Answers


Will this cabinet hold a 36" farm sink?

Asked by Judith March 21, 2020

No, this cabinet cannot accommodate a 36" sized farm sink.

Are these cabinets made of real plywood or particle board?

Asked by KoiFish March 17, 2020

These cabinets are made of real plywood.

Does this accommodate a 36 in sink with a 10 in apron?

Asked by Jamie September 17, 2019

Does this cabinet match all of the Home Depot ready to purchases collection?

Asked by Kathryn August 1, 2019

Hey there, Not sure if your question is "Does this match all of the Home Depot Ready to Assemble Collection" or "Does this match all of the Home Depot Pre-Assembled/Stocking Collection" Quick info: This cabinet is listed as ''Plywell RTA" RTA is ''ready to assemble'' for which they have more than one source. That said, this one was our best choice and the most bang for the buck in my opinion. It will match any of the other Plywell cabinets It will NOT match exactly their stocking cabinets as it has a different door profile and the color will be slightly different in white shading It closely resembles some of the higher end pre-assembled cabinets you can order, but again the colors will not be an exact match. The door profile on the shaker style will be ever so slightly different brand to brand. Conclusion: If you're redoing your kitchen, great choice if you have the minimal tools and patience to assemble Be sure to let the glue dry before installing the cabinet(s), overnight is great. There are no step by step instructions to speak of, but it's a fairly simple process if you're even minimally mechanically inclined. Dry fit pieces first if you're unsure before applying glue. Enjoy!!

Can I make the cut out height deeper? I have a 30W x 10” H farm sink.

Asked by Chelsea April 28, 2019

You can, but it will require very patient work by hand or a solid table saw setup prior to installing the front plate. Remember, you'll add 1.5 - 2 inches for the top [unless you're looking for an undercount that's 10" deep

what size sink does the cutout accommodate?

Asked by Coolbeanz December 28, 2018

This is cut to accommodate a 30" sink, but I'm going to widen the opening a bit to handle a 33" wide unit [Max additional cut out possible]

Are these cabinets made in China or the wood from China? If not, where are they made?

Asked by Jude December 27, 2018

It appears they were made in china, but the wood is good quality. Out of 16 units, I found a couple panels that showed a few voids at the top of the plywood, but easy to fill with glue The drawer pieces are well made, solid wood, soft wood but sturdy when assembled - especially if you glue them and add a few 23 gauge pin nails in strategic points. All sides are painted so it has a great finished look and is quite sturdy once everything is dry if you took the time to make sure it was square and even when gluing up [there's a little room for movement to allow you to get everything lined up properly but the tolerances are good enough in my opinion for the money] No complaints. Great slides and door closure's - both are soft close. Time will tell how they hold up but initially very good.

do you sell the farm sick in stainless steal that fits this cabinet

Asked by Patty August 16, 2018

We don't sell sinks. You may find from The Home Depot.

Customer Reviews

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PREFACE TO THE REVIEW DETAILS: FOR THOSE LOOKING AT THESE AND WONDERING ABOUT THE NEGATIVE REVIE... Preface to the review details: For those looking at these and wondering about the negative reviews - Unless you receive a damaged unit or parts missing cabinet, disregard anything referencing assembly or quality - this is meant in no way to be an affront to anyone doing this for the first time. That said - If you need step by step, overly detailed, real time instructions to assemble a cabinet with as few parts as these, then you should quite probably not be assembling a cabinet(s) for your kitchen as your first pass. After an exhausting search over 6 months for all wood cabinets with as many features as possible, For The Money, these quite possibly are the best value cabinets on the market if you posess the patience, skill set, and minimal tools necessary to put them together in the best way possible. Going thru Home Depot provides you a delivery point, return point if damaged, or you're not happy with the purchase, along with help in loading to your vehicle/trailer [if you do like we did and purchase 15 cabinets] Could the tolerances be a little tighter? Yes, Are there slight gaps in some of the assembly points? Yes. BUT for the most part they are in places you'll never see anyway AND can be easily overcome with light woodworking skills, proper glue up, clamps, 23 gauge pin nails or 18 gauge brad nails. Assembly time will vary based on how thorough you want to be. 1 - 2.5 hrs per cabinet should be planned AFTER you're setup to assemble... if it takes you more than 2.5 hrs you're overthinking everything. Minimal tools: Non-marring hammer, phillips screwdriver, wood glue, 3/8" artist type brush. Recommended tools: The above [including the screwdriver] along with a small drill [12V is fine], #2 phillips magnetic bit, air compressor, blow gun attachment, 23 gauge pin nailer [Porter Cable has the most efficient for the money], 1" headless pin nails, 48" clamps [Irwin or Dewalt quick clamps are great] Tight Bond II glue [viscosity and application tip are quite useful along with drying time, working effectiveness], wire nippers [if you overshoot a pin], small upholstery hammer, painters tape, cardboard box opened/flattened for assembly point [to catch glue drips, protect your working surface] Begin by opening the package and removing the parts one piece at a time Separate packing from the wood pieces and get the packaging out of your work space Open your parts box or boxes and separate the screws/hinges, etc. into a paper plate [or magnetic tool tray] this will help along the way as they will slide all round on your table or disappear as luck will have it. Find the bottom/back piece to start with and one side Brush off any dust or splinter wood chips [this will get in the way of a good glue up] - the blowgun attachment with the air compressor is perfect to get the joints debris free. Apply a bead of glue to joints/edges to be glued BUT DO NOT carry the bead to the end. You'll use the brush to spread the glue to the end and minimize overrun on the edges Tight Bond II has a very workable viscosity, but the tip of the container is the bonus as it allows you to run a very consistent bead and adjust flow with a slight squeeze of the hand. A little practice and you're off gluing like a pro Spread the glue to every part that will be in contact in the joint(s) Put the first piece together and support it via the clamp Solid squeeze but don't over do it - the wood can be splintered at this point if you apply too much pressure You should see a slight over run of glue from the joints of about a 1/16th of an inch or so insuring you have enough to soak into all the contact points. NOTE: When applying glue, fill any plywood voids with glue prior to putting the pieces together Keep clamp pressure on for a few minutes while you install a few 23 gauge pins Use an "X" pattern when installing the pins but be careful to not overshoot the angle or the pin will pop thru. Practice with your gun prior to on a scrap piece to get comfortable with this process if it's your first time. The "X" will provide a slightly more secure holding option for the pins DO NOT move the cabinet across the floor and/or flip it over quickly during the initial assembly. It's still fragile and will fall apart Install the hinges in the corners/sides. One hinge should be on the bottom, front face attached When using the screw gun, DO NOT get in a hurry. You can easily strip out the screws in the wood. The screw needs to set tightly, but do not over turn. PRACTICE first if you're minimally experienced. [If you strip a hole, move over or use a small wood dowel with wood glue, whittled to size then hammered in to fill the hole. After the glue sets overnight it will be good as new.] Use the screwdriver to apply the final pressure/turn I would never install newly assembled RTA cabinets until they've had 24 hrs to cure. If you've been diligent and exercised attention to detail, your cabinets will feel quite sturdy and ready to install/add a top. HOWEVER, no individual cabinet is built to have lateral forces applied. This type of furniture will support vertical weight after proper assembly, installation, and with the addition of a countertop when utilized in a level situation.
by Vision1
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Quality of cabinet was fine, Shipping time leaves alot to...
Quality of cabinet was fine, Shipping time leaves alot to be desired.
I like the cabinets, not bad quality for price. The...
I like the cabinets, not bad quality for price. The only thing is that the assembly instructions need to be more detailed, made it take longer than it should have.
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