4 Renovation Design Ideas to Save Money

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We all look for ways to save money, and the same holds true when it comes to kitchen renovations in Sydney. However, you don’t want to compromise on the quality, functionality and looks. With that in mind, our experts here at The Kitchen Broker have compiled a list of some effective renovation design ideas that can help you make significant savings in your next kitchen renovation project.

  1. Aim for Symmetry: The key to making great savings in any kitchen renovation project lies in the design. If you want to keep your costs down, choose a simple, clean and functional design. Design has a huge impact on the layout, materials and internal functioning of your kitchen. For instance it’s too easy to splurge on drawers that have some unique opening mechanism. However, these can dramatically increase the cost of your drawers by as much as 100%. A good way to save money is to prefer symmetry and functionality over fancy options. For example choosing streamlined, elongated drawers would perform the same function but look more stunning and can be installed without breaking a bank.
  1. Cabinetry: Wall cabinets are a staple in most traditional kitchens in Sydney. But, if you can do without wall cabinetry, it can help you make some significant savings. Not only will this step help you save money, but it will also make your kitchen look more spacious and open. A kitchen without wall cabinets can save you as much as 30 percent in your project. That being said, depending on your storage needs and kitchen area, wall cabinets might be the right option for you. So, get in touch with a kitchen professional who is experienced in kitchen renovations in Sydney to explore these options.
  1. Appliances: The kind of appliances you want in your kitchen can dramatically affect your budget. The key here is to stick to the trusted brands that can provide you good quality appliances at a reasonable price. Don’t go for the cheapest options as they can prove to be more costly in the long run.
  1. Finishing – You might get surprised to know that the type of finish you choose for your kitchen doors can also increase your cost by a fair amount. Depending on your goals, there are some great ways to finish your kitchen doors. Superior and durable materials such as polyurethane can be used to finish any door surface. Another good but cost-effective option is laminate finish. Laminate finishes can be chosen from a variety of choices such as textured, sheen and ultra matte.

 

For more renovation design ideas or to discuss your renovation project, get in touch with the professionals at The Kitchen Broker today!

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