A well-designed kitchen not only saves time and effort while cooking, but also offers a social hub for the family and friends, and adds to a property’s resale value. According to HomeAdvisor, an average kitchen remodel will set you back around $22,120, with smaller projects coming in at around $12,600, and more lavish revamps costing around $33,400. If you want to revive your kitchen, but keep costs low, here are six helpful tips.
1. Avoid Changing the Layout
If your kitchen layout is already serving you well, focus on upgrading appliances, cabinetry, and finishings rather than rearranging everything. Moving appliances around means you’ll need to hire electricians and plumbers for rewiring and plumbing jobs, which will increase costs.