The price tag for making over a kitchen can vary greatly, but here’s a basic breakdown of remodeling expenses, plus some ideas on where to save and when to splurge. A dedicated kitchen cabinetmaker can help you get exactly what you want in terms of storage for your kitchen including a dedicated pantry, deep drawers and all the latest hardware like soft close drawers. Good quality lighting in the kitchen has specific functions which matches the role of the kitchen to be a multi-functional area.
Cost per Square Foot: $2.50-$5, depending on the thickness and quality of the finish. At Litchfield Builders we help homeowners with their kitchen remodels, from planning to construction. When setting your priorities, think about how important the little goodies like crown molding and a super-luxe faucet are to the overall look and function of the kitchen.
To help you work out how much you should expect to pay, the table below reveals the cost for a new standard kitchen and bespoke kitchen, as calculated by RICS. This idea will likely cost $3,000 or more but, if it’s in the budget, the addition will be well worth it.
A designer can help guide you in choosing everything from appliances and kitchen cabinets to kitchen tile and flooring. Thus, these renovations are full-on, professional-level kitchen remodels, yet built with mid-range quality materials. Paint wall and ceilings: Go to a home improvement store, buy a few gallons of paint and cover any fingerprints or pawprints with a new coat of paint in the kitchen.
We started by demolishing our kitchen on our own, risking electrocution and back injuries, to save $1,000. Countertops can cost anywhere from $4,000 up, depending on the material you choose and how much countertop footage you need. Then, add those three labor estimates together to get the total labor cost for installing countertops, backsplash and flooring.