There may be tons of reasons for you to seek remodeling your kitchen. Perhaps your family has grown and you feel the present space can no longer serve the big crowd in your home. Or maybe you’re just tired of the old, stale look and want to update your space.
But have you stopped to think if this personalization of your space is going to help when you decide to resell your ? Do not assume that every exorbitant change you bring about in your kitchen is going to pay you back. The point is to strike a balance where every update you make actually makes a difference without breaking the bank.
Relax! We don’t expect you to go deep into the details. We are here to make it simple for you. After intense research on the subject, we feel that the following updates are worth considering as they may serve you well, as well as help you get a great return on your investment.
Paint Your Kitchen Walls
The right color in your can do wonders. A simple upgrade like painting the walls sometimes can weave the least expected change into your kitchen. Besides, the right shade and texture can make the rest of the elements stand out. So don’t miss out on this one.
New Kitchen Cabinetry
Change their color or if they are in an irreparable condition, replace them.
Fixtures add greatly to the overall ambiance of your kitchen. Consider replacing them so that they fit well in your design scheme.
Update Your Countertop
The material is stain-resistant, nonporous, durable, and very sleek. It also fits in wonderfully with the needed aesthetic prerequisites and is considered the most lucrative investment today.
Think of mirrored tiles on the walls for a glamorous visual experience or a cool gray marble that extends from the range to the hood that can be paired with polished concrete floors. Besides, they save your kitchen walls from oil stains easing the cleaning work, which is a massive blessing!
The floors in your kitchen probably take the maximum brunt with all that heavy foot traffic, dropped pans and all kinds of spills.
It means that you better invest in flooring that’s durable and ultimately high on ROI. After careful research on different types of that go in a kitchen, it’s vinyl we give full points to. It’s tough and doesn’t stain, scratch or fade. However, we don’t recommend hardwood flooring in the bathroom.
Energy Efficient Appliances
Buying a house doesn’t come cheap and when you present your house to the prospective buyers with the kitchen replete with energy-efficient appliances, they will know that they have hit the jackpot! Besides, the appliances are sure to add considerable value to your that will serve you well at the time of reselling your house.
*This article is posted by and in partnership with GBC Kitchen and Bath, a kitchen and bathroom remodeling store in Alexandria, VA and Rockville, MD.