Custom Kitchen Remodel Pricing

The cost of your kitchen remodel is influenced by the extent of changes you desire. Projects involving significant alterations to the kitchen space often incur higher expenses. Kitchen remodels typically fall into one of three project types. Explore their descriptions to determine which aligns best with your expectations for the remodel.

Aesthetic Update Kitchen Remodel Pricing

SMALL KITCHEN

— 50 - 150 SQ. FT. —
$10,000 - $30,000

MEDIUM KITCHEN

— 150 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$20,000 - $40,000

LARGE KITCHEN

— 300 - 400+ SQ. FT. —
$30,000 - $60,000

An aesthetic-only kitchen upgrade involves making visual improvements to the kitchen without altering its fundamental structure or functionality. This type of upgrade typically focuses on enhancing the overall appearance of the space through cosmetic changes. Elements such as repainting or refinishing cabinets, updating hardware, installing new countertops, and upgrading light fixtures are common components of this aesthetic-focused approach. By concentrating on these surface-level enhancements, homeowners can achieve a refreshed and modernized look without the complexities and expenses associated with more extensive renovations.

This type of kitchen upgrade is advantageous for those seeking a quick and budget-friendly transformation. It allows homeowners to adapt their kitchen to current design trends or personal preferences without the need for major construction or disruptions. While the changes are primarily cosmetic, the impact on the overall ambiance and visual appeal of the kitchen can be substantial, providing a cost-effective solution for individuals looking to update their living space without undergoing a full-scale renovation.

Common features of an aesthetic update include:

  • Re-painted or re-stained cabinetry
  • Updated countertops
  • New flooring
  • Backsplash
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Cabinet handles

Remove & Replace Kitchen Remodel Pricing

SMALL KITCHEN

— 50 - 150 SQ. FT. —
$30,000 - $50,000

MEDIUM KITCHEN

— 150 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$40,000 - $70,000

LARGE KITCHEN

— 300 - 400+ SQ. FT. —
$60,000 - $90,000

A remove-and-replace kitchen remodel involves the complete removal of all existing elements, ranging from cabinets and appliances to flooring and fixtures, followed by replacement with brand-new components. This approach is advantageous for homeowners seeking a significant aesthetic upgrade without delving into extensive structural modifications. By maintaining the original kitchen's layout and infrastructure, the process is generally more time-efficient and cost-effective compared to full-scale renovations. Additionally, it allows for a fresh, modern look without the complexity and expense associated with altering plumbing, electrical systems, or the overall kitchen layout.

A remove-and-replace remodel typically includes:

  • New cabinetry and hardware
  • Updated appliances
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Updated backsplash
  • Lighting fixtures
  • New flooring

Full Custom Kitchen Remodel Pricing

SMALL KITCHEN

— 50 - 150 SQ. FT. —
$40,000 - $80,000

MEDIUM KITCHEN

— 150 - 300 SQ. FT. —
$60,000 - $90,000

LARGE KITCHEN

— 300 - 400+ SQ. FT. —
$100,000 - $150,000

A full custom kitchen remodel is a comprehensive renovation that provides homeowners with the design flexibility to address specific needs and preferences. In this remodeling approach, every aspect of the kitchen, from the layout and cabinetry to appliances and fixtures, is tailored to the homeowner's specifications. Whether the goal is to maximize storage, enhance workflow efficiency, or achieve a distinct aesthetic, a full custom remodel offers the opportunity to transform the kitchen into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

While the advantages of a full custom kitchen remodel are apparent in the personalized design and functionality, it's essential to consider potential drawbacks. One significant disadvantage is the associated cost, as the level of customization and specialized labor involved can result in a higher price tag compared to more standardized remodeling options. Additionally, the timeline for a full custom remodel may be longer to ensure the precise execution of the homeowner's vision. Balancing the desired level of customization with budgetary constraints and patience in the timeline becomes crucial in navigating the decision to pursue a full custom kitchen remodel.

A full custom kitchen remodel may include:

  • Full redesign of kitchen layout
  • Major structural changes
  • Custom cabinetry
  • New appliances
  • New flooring
  • Updated backsplash
  • New lighting fixtures
  • Custom features