A mid-range kitchen remodeling project can cost you between $45,000 to $90,000. The larger and the more complex the scope of work is, the higher the cost, which means the cost could exceed $150,000. Keep in mind that there are several factors at play, such as the materials and brand of appliances you want to use for your kitchen upgrade.
Before establishing how much you will spend on the project, our experts suggest writing a wishlist first. Note everything you want your kitchen to have, and in case something confuses you, such as brands or types, you have to make a plan A and B. This will help you create your top 3 plans for your kitchen remodeling project.
If you plan to reuse your kitchen cabinets, you might want to prepare at least $100 per drawer face and $175 per cabinet door. In total, it can cost you from $3,000 to $10,000 to have your cabinetries painted by professionals. This will save you about ⅓ of the price of new cabinets.
Our experts always recommend our clients to spend about 5% to 15% of their home’s total value to renovate their kitchen. If your home is worth $600,000, spending $30,000 to $90,000 will be just fine, enough to receive a great ROI (return on investment).
The average ROI for a kitchen remodel is around 54%. You can get a return of $68,000 if you spend $126,000. And the best thing about it is that you do not need a full-scale kitchen renovation to get an excellent return. In fact, a minor kitchen remodel that costs $21,000 can get a $17,000 recoup on average.