We’ve told you before(and before, and before ) how much we love the price and functionality of Ikea kitchen components. We also hinted at ways you can add some design elements that will really make your kitchen shine. An array of new companies is offering custom cabinet fronts to pair with Ikea’s kitchen systems. With the bones of a kitchen from Ikea (who, by the way, source all hardware, hinges, and drawer slides from reputable company Blum) and customized fronts from one of the below nine companies, the high-low, semi-custom kitchen is more accessible than ever.You’ll easily save 30 to 40 percent on the cost of a typical custom kitchen. Here we break down our list of favorites with some thoughts on each.

LA-based company SemiHandmade designs a range of door fronts in natural wood, painted, and printed finishes that coordinate with Ikea’s cabinet boxes. They even offer some doors that match Ikea prices, but what you’re really going to want to look into are the options that cost a bit more – believe me they are worth it, and they don’t cost much more.

Portland-based Kokeena designs ready-made doors for Ikea’s Sektion and Godmorgon (Ikea’s bathroom systems). Their offering includes The Minimalist (white painted slab doors), The Woodsman (wood-grain panel doors), and The Slabtown (textured laminate doors, shown).

A new entry in the Ikea cabinet-front hack category: London company Plykea Custom Cabinets. Founded by Tim Diacon, a digital product designer, and Adam Vergette, a furniture designer and Vitsoe alum, Plykea offers good-looking premium grade FSC-certified birch ply cabinet fronts that can be faced in either birch, oak, or walnut as well as three choices of cabinet pulls. See more at Plykea in London: Stylish Plywood Cabinet Fronts and Worktops for Ikea Kitchens.

Based in North Dakota, Scherr’s makes its own kitchen cabinets as well as just cabinet and drawer fronts for Ikea’s Akurum and Sektion kitchen lines. In this blue kitchen featured in Before and After: A Buzzfeed Founder’s Renovated Rowhouse, Budget Edition, Scherr’s provided both the larder and the cabinet fronts.

Danish company Reform offers architect-designed cabinet fronts for Ikea kitchens. They offer their own design, Basis, inspired by 1960s architecture, along with designs by firms Bjark Ingels Group, Henning Larsen Architecture, and Norm Architects (shown). Their latest offering is the UP kitchen (pictured), a collaboration between the architects at Lendager Group and Dinesen, The cabinet fronts and countertops, inspired by the classic craftsman kitchen, are made using cuts from solid, reclaimed Douglas fir left over from Dinesen projects.