3 Budgets, 3 Kitchens
From new cabinets, countertops and flooring to a pretty backsplash, appliances, lighting and other small items, a kitchen remodel can be as small or big as your imagination and budget allow. You can see that in the example above, we moved the kitchen sink, switched up the dishwasher’s location, added in custom cabinetry and storage solutions, added in a high-end cooktop, and designed a whole new kitchen island (to name just a few things we did to redesign this space).
But remember, this is a conservative average estimate and doesn’t take into consideration Boston’s unique housing market and very high-end luxury building projects in the Boston area (like Millennium Tower), which would put the average cost of a Boston home remodeling project at the top of that national range and much higher.
If you carefully plan for your remodel, you reduce the dangers of budget overruns, delays, and every other remodeling beast you might have heard of. By carefully studying your available budget, researching material costs and hiring the right crew to do the job, you guarantee yourself a successful and painless kitchen renovation.
Or you can get really creative with a focal point that is less expensive than mosaic tile but packs a big punch, like stacked stone on the back of your kitchen island, like this one from Bill and Jayne Wolf of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen in Grand Rapids, Mich.
If you want to have your kitchen renovated but aren’t sure if you can afford it, one way to lower costs is to keep the kitchen plumbing elements in the same location. In the meantime, be sure to come visit our showroom and our talented staff can let you touch, feel and help you choose selections for your kitchen remodeling project.