Do not make the mistake of thinking that budgeting is just for people on a "tight budget." Yes, if you have a tight income you should benefit from a budget and steer away from debt. Budgeting; however, is not just valuable for individuals with a shortage of resources; it's also of value to anyone that wants to use their money wisely; that's rich, or poor (believe me, even Donald Trump budgets).
Here are a few useful tips to help you buy any kitchen furniture at a lower price:
The prices of furniture that were displayed in a show room for viewing are substantially cut down compared to the same furniture that is in stock.
Used furniture costs less than brand new furniture. Most of them are actually still "new" and used only briefly. If you know a place that sells good, used furniture, then go for it.
Garage sales usually have great unique furniture to sell, and at a much cheaper price. Not only are the prices normally lower, but you also have a chance to bargain with the owners to sell you something for less.
Flea markets are usually in North America opened for individuals that want to make money from selling their items, or make a business from selling different products at a lower price. It's like a garage sale, only it's in a larger area where you go and see hundreds of garage sales in one place. As with garage sales, remember to use your bargaining skills to get the most for your money.