First, sit down and crunch some numbers.
If you're planning on spending more, you might be able to redo your entire kitchen. When determining how much to spend, remember that recently remodeled kitchens return between 80 and 105% of their cost when a sell a home.
These are your cabinet options:
Replacing your sink's faucet, bowl or hardware can modernize your kitchen without costing much.
Brushed nickel is the most popular choice for faucets right now, mainly due to its durability. The least expensive faucet finish is chrome, while brass is another long-lasting, economical choice.
If you're replacing your sink's bowl as well, there are three main styles to consider:
The trending countertop choices are granite, quartz, and stone. These materials are beautiful, easy to maintain and can last for years. If you need something more budget-friendly, you can go with ceramic tile. It's durable, comes in almost any imaginable color, and is a fraction of the price of stone.
Another great option is laminate. It's easy to install and is also available in many patterns and colors. Lastly, consider going with solid wood. You can have it sanded and treated to give it an extra long life, and it will give your kitchen a warm finish.
Are you longing for an upgrade and short on savings or cash flow? You can still have your dream kitchen. Contact us today to learn about our Personal Loans, High balance, and low-interest credit cards, and Home Equity Lines of Credit.