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Should You Opt for a High-End Kitchen Renovation?

Posted on October 26, 2011 by jlamberski

A Bulthaup kitchen that won the Grand Award from Remodeling Magazine for Kitchen Remodeling over $100,000 

So you’ve decided it’s time to update your kitchen, but how high-end should you go? You don’t want to go through an entire kitchen renovation and realize later that you have some regrets, such as not wishing you had upgraded to better products. From Remodeling Magazine, here is what is generally included in a major upscale remodel for a 200 square-foot kitchen.

  • Custom high-end cabinetry with built-in accessories
  • Stone countertops
  • An imported ceramic or glass tile backsplash
  • Built-in refrigerator
  • Built-in cooktop
  • 36-inch commercial grade range and vent hood
  • Built-in warming drawer
  • Built-in combination microwave and convection oven
  • Top-of-the-line undermount sink
  • Designer faucets with filtration
  • New task and general lighting and low-voltage undercabinet lighting
  • Updated kitchen flooring and trim
Readers who are considering this type of renovation should tune in for our next post where we’ll go over what the total cost is of one of these high-end kitchen renovations based on the Denver market as well as the average return on investment.

Source: “Remodeling Cost Value Report 2010-11” from Remodeling Magazine

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