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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Kitchen Renovation

Kitchens are one of the most important rooms within any home. They are a place in which food, family and friends can mingle among one another to create a fun, vibrant environment. As a result, kitchen renovation in Singapore is one of the most popular choices of any homeowner. It is often an investment that can yield significant return when done successfully. However, how do you know if a kitchen remodel will actually make a positive contribution to the value of your home?

In order to maximize the financial return on your kitchen remodels, it is important to focus on the very basics and avoid some trends. Whilst trends are fun, they can often go out of fashion, leaving your kitchen with a poor appeal. Remember, high-cost kitchen remodels do not necessarily translate to high returns. Here are some of the best ways you can ensure you get the very best out of your investment and do not decrease the value of your home.


Upgrade Your Kitchen Cabinets

Outdated kitchen cabinets can significantly decrease the value of your kitchen. As a result, it is important to label your cabinets as a priority for any kitchen remodel. Updating your cabinets does not necessarily mean that you have to tear out and replace your current cabinets. Whilst this may sometimes be an adoption, sometimes updating your cabinets can mean a simple paint to change the color. You can also exercise your creative side with low costing kitchen DIY projects such as handcrafted wood cabinet pulls.

A step up in terms of cost and appeal is known as cabinet refacing. This is the process of replacing cabinets' most visually prominent area, usually the doors and drawer fronts. In this case, a professional will apply wood veneer to the side of the cabinet boxes that can pull a whole renovation together.

Quartz Countertops

Among kitchen countertops, laminate, concrete, stainless steel, solid surface, and a number of others contest over the "best countertop" status. However, one countertop better than any others in the market is a quartz countertop. This is an extremely popular choice when it comes to kitchen design in Singapore. The appearance of quartz is that of a natural stone however the material is much harder. As a result, it will not scratch like other solid surfaces. Whilst quartz is often seen as a more expensive option, it can add significant value to your home when it comes to selling your property and therefore can be seen as a great investment.

Choose An Innovative Paint Colour

Colour is the spice and life of a kitchen. Choosing the right colour will help to create a lively pleasant living space and can work as a fantastic return on your investment. The investment itself is relatively inexpensive, costing you the price of the paint and a few tools. You can keep the room timeless and traditional with an all-white theme. Or alternatively, you can take the opposite approach and go with a black design.

Don’t Underestimate Your Backsplash

A kitchen backsplash is the ideal element to upgrade when it comes to your Initial investment. costs are very low and the visual impact can be significant. Most backsplashes are do it yourself tasks, which makes them very low cost. A shimmering glass or metal tile can work by attracting attention and can be installed with ease.

Choose Lighting Wisely

Kitchen lighting is one of the key investments to any renovation and cannot be undermined. When done correctly, lighting can illuminate key features within your kitchen and at the same time be an object of attention itself. Unlike many other kitchen items, recessed lighting and pendant lighting announces itself front and centre. With the use of kitchen pendants, go big and bold. Make a statement within the room. Make sure that the scale is in proportion to the rest of your kitchen as this will help to avoid overwhelming the space.

With so many choices to make during a renovation, the whole process can appear somewhat overwhelming. By following these tips, you can set yourself up for success and significantly add value to your kitchen.



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