It’s just about time for you to take on a Kitchen Renovation, but you want to stick to a strict budget. Maybe it feels like it’s not enough to get the kitchen of your dreams, but let’s face it, it’s not the end of the world if you know where to put your money. For argument’s sake, in this article, we’ll be sticking with where should the first $30,000 of your kitchen renovation budget go, and where is it going to affect you the most.
Not to shatter any dreams here, but most kitchens these days are going to cost us more than $30K for a semi-custom to custom look. You could potentially get away with a cheaper kitchen if you stick to pre-made box cabinets, cheaper appliances, and a cheaper countertop material. But even then, you’re choosing to sacrifice quality for a better price point. If this isn’t your dream home, then maybe this is the route for you; however, if this is your forever home (and let’s face it, many Seattle kitchen remodel projects are for the long-term), I’d highly recommend that you put your design budget toward a quality kitchen that won’t need to be replaced after 5-10 years, one that can stand the test of time and add more value to your home. Let me show you where to put your money!Read More