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Budget-Friendly Tips for Kitchen Renovations

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Renovating any room in your house can get quite expensive. This can be especially true for your kitchen. Indeed, with elements such as cabinetry and plumbing to consider, your kitchen renovation budget can quickly spin out of control.

Nevertheless, there are a lot of things you can do to save money when remodelling your kitchen. Here are some of the best kitchen renovation design tips to help keep your budget in track:

Keep the Sink Where It Is

The best way to save money on kitchen renovations is to keep the old layout. This way, you don’t have to move the sink and spend money on moving or installing new pipes. This is one of the most expensive, not to mention the most time-consuming parts when renovating your kitchen. It’s also best if you keep the bigger appliances such as the refrigerator and oven where they’re currently placed. If you want to redirect the flow of kitchen traffic, it’s easier to install a bar or a kitchen island than to move a sink.

Focus on the Benchtops and Cabinets

If you really want to make a statement in your kitchen for the least amount of money, you can focus on two things: the countertops and the cabinets. Due to their size, they’re the first things that people see and therefore have the biggest design impact. For countertops, you can invest in natural stone or timber. For cabinets, a good idea is to get a customised flat pack kitchen. This way, you’re sure that everything is made to exact specifications and will fit perfectly. Get in touch with kitchen renovations Perth companies so they can help you build your dream kitchen. You may even end up saving even more money because these companies also offer design advice.

Try Some Simple Cosmetic Changes

Do you want to make your kitchen feel a little airier? Try painting the walls a lighter colour or perhaps updating your window treatments. Maybe you can even add a little potted plant on the kitchen island. When applied strategically, even small cosmetic changes can make a big impact. Another key thing to remember is to minimise clutter. Fridge magnets are cute, but too many of them can make your kitchen look cramped.

Ask Yourself: What Do I Need in the Kitchen?

Appliances are the best things to scale back on when you renovate your kitchen. There’s no reason to buy all the latest, shiniest kitchen appliances—especially if you rarely cook. Evaluate your needs carefully and buy only the appliances that you will actually use. The same goes for other kitchen accessories and furniture. And besides, you only really need a few key items to cook delicious dishes.

Don’t Save and Splurge

When you save on one aspect of kitchen renovations, it’s easy to fall into the temptation of splurging on others. However, this is a good way of blowing through the rest of your budget. Again, as mentioned in the previous point, you really don’t need all the fancy stuff. If you want to splurge on something, figure it out first thing and stick to that decision. Of course, you shouldn’t forget to allocate an emergency budget for unexpected expenses.

Don’t Guess the Numbers

The best budget-friendly tips for kitchen renovations is to set a budget and follow it. Don’t “guesstimate.” Be realistic and account for everything, including the emergency budget we’ve mentioned. This way, you don’t have to stop the renovation even if you encounter problems along the way. Finally, do your research about current prices and labour fees, so you’ll have a clearer picture of how much you actually have to spend.

Hire Experts

Sometimes, the best thing to do to ensure that you don’t go over-budget is to leave things to the experts. Hire reliable kitchen renovation contractors and let them take care of everything from start to finish. Make sure to consider things like experience, field of expertise, and workmanship warranties when choosing a kitchen renovation company. With competent kitchen renovation contractors, you’ll be enjoying your new kitchen in no time. You may even end up saving money!



The key thing to remember is that renovations will cost money. It’s just the way it is. However, through careful planning, some research, and creativity, you don’t have to spend a fortune to renovate your kitchen.

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