Kitchen Cabinetry: Cabinets are the first feature that guests notice when stepping into your kitchen, so it’s crucial to get this one right. There are a variety of different cabinet types and materials to fit within your remodeling budget. Currently, the cost of most mid-level kitchen cabinets range between $20k to $50k.
Kitchen Flooring: Selecting the right flooring with the right finish is essential to every kitchen remodel. Fortunately, luxurious-looking, durable options are available at a reasonable price. For instance, a common flooring, red oak, can cost around $11 to $17 per square foot to install, depending on board size and finish.
Kitchen Countertops: Countertop pricing is a little difficult to narrow down until you know what material you are looking for. Depending on the level (availability), cost can greatly shift in either direction. Depending on the level countertops, such as manufactured granite, price can range from $60 to $120 per square foot.
Kitchen Tile Backsplash Materials: Most owners opt to pair their custom countertop with a custom tile backsplash. Pricing on this addition can be surprisingly flexible, with the average cost of a tile backsplash ranging from $400 to $750. This is the perfect place to let your creativity shine, as options include ceramic, metal, marble, and much more.
Kitchen Appliances: These items are the core features of the form and functionality of your kitchen. Choosing the right appliances to line your kitchen directly impacts the value added from your remodel. If you are making a large range of updates to your kitchen, your appliances should match your room’s revamped style.
Kitchen Wall Removal: Most planners vastly underestimate the value of an open floor plan in terms of functionality and resale price down the road. While the possibilities are endless, it’s recommended that you consult with a professional to ensure that your new design works with your current utility systems, plumbing, electrical, lines, etc.
Kitchen Utilities: During a kitchen remodel, your design changes should be built around current utilities, such as water, gas, and electrical, or incorporate updating the elements within your plan. This is crucial to ensuring a smooth, successful build that improves upon the design rather than disrupting the kitchen’s functionality.