Balling On A Budget: Remodeling Your Kitchen Is Cheaper Than You Think

Did you know that about 10% of homeowners remodeled their kitchen in the last year? Everyone wants a beautiful kitchen to entertain guests in, but with an average kitchen remodeling project costing almost $17,000, it can be daunting to think about how long it might take to save up enough money. However, thanks to these budget-saving tips, crafting the kitchen of your dreams can be easier than you think.


Before you head to a kitchen design store or call a renovation expert, make sure you iron out exactly what you want. Having a plan can save you money from consultation fees. It can also prevent additional costs that come with waiting for a material that's on backorder because you can order everything at the start of your project.


The secret to big savings on your cabinet space is to use what you already have. For example, painting your cabinets white can brighten up the space and give your kitchen a modern feel. Installing glass doors into your cabinets is also an inexpensive way to give your kitchen a unique look.


Cutting costs on your kitchen floor is another easy way to save money during your renovation. If you intend on keeping hard wood flooring, considering just having it refinished instead of replaced. If you want to replace your kitchen's floor, cork is a cost-efficient option that is durable, fire-resistant, and more comfortable to walk on than hardwood or vinyl. It also has a significantly smaller impact on the environment.


Quartz, marble, and granite countertops are some of the most popular options you'll find in a kitchen design store for counters. If you want your new kitchen to wear one of these beautiful stone countertops, but don't want to pay the high price attached to them, check out a countertop supply remnant yard. Remnants are pieces of leftover stone from other countertop projects and come at a discounted price.


With the average cost of moving your kitchen plumbing reaching $5,000, working with your existing plumbing layout is an obvious money-saving solution. If you can't restore your current kitchen sink, consider going on a used kitchen supplies site to see if you can trade kitchen equipment and appliances, or buy used at a discounted rate.


Designing and installing your own backsplash can save you money in labor costs and give you more creative freedom over your kitchen's aesthetic. You can also save money on materials by using stone tiles, or by using blank tiles and using stencils to paint a design or pattern.


Kitchen appliances are an efficient way to add depth and continuity in your space, but buying new appliances from a kitchen design store can quickly rack up the price of your renovation project. Instead, consider looking online for used appliances that are still in good condition. Once you find used appliances, you can always buy whatever you may still be missing.

By using these tips, you can create the kitchen of your dreams without breaking the bank. Contact Supreme Stone today to start your kitchen remodeling journey.

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